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Are you looking to enhance your business and make a positive impact, in the community? South Central Workforce is here to help support your business through its Community Reinvestment Funds (CRF) Program.

What’s in it for your business?

  • Recruitment Assistance: Find the right talent for your team.
  • Training Opportunities: Enhance skills and productivity.
  • Wage Support: Assist with compensation for employees.
  • Grants up to $10,000: Invest in new equipment purchases to boost efficiency and growth.

Your feedback matters.  Complete a brief survey to let us know your business needs.  Together, work towards driving economic development and prosperity in South Central Washington.

Survey Deadline: Friday, May 31, 2024

Click Here for the Survey

For more information contact: Haley

About South Central Workforce:  South Central Workforce plays a pivotal role in the economic vitality of Kittitas, Klickitat, Skamania, and Yakima counties.  In partnership with business leaders as well as state and local partners such as the Yakima County Development Association (YCDA), the South Central Workforce (SCW) leads, directs, and oversees the public WorkSource system as part of the American One-Stop Job Center Network. 

 

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