Saint Martin’s College of Education and Counseling Psychology Awarded State Grant to Address Diversity, Equity and Access Within Education Programs

Saint Martin’s College of Education and Counseling Psychology (CECP) has been awarded a two-year grant, totaling $20,000, from the State of Washington Professional Educators Standards Board’s (PESB) Pilot to Policy Grant: Advancing Systemic Equity program. The grant is intended to be used by educator preparation programs to increase equity and recruit and retain diverse students,…

Christmas Forest Raises $672,000 to Help Further the Providence Mission

Providence St. Peter Foundation is pleased to announce that the 30th annual Christmas Forest raised $672,000 to benefit the Providence Mission of providing compassionate and excellent health care to all, with a special concern for the poor and vulnerable. This annual six-day event, sponsored by Titus-Will, is the foundation’s largest fundraiser and community event which…

SCJ Alliance Earns Honorable Mention at the Washington Secretary of State’s Corporations for Communities Awards

Thousands in corporate giving, firm-wide volunteering activities, a week’s vacation and $2,500 toward a trip for the employee who gives back the most each year – and that still that wasn’t enough to be in the top tier of corporate givers across the state! Lacey-based firm SCJ Alliance earned honorable mention at the Washington Secretary…

The Thurston Economic Development Council Center for Business & Innovation (CB&I) is launching ScaleUp 2018

Thurston Economic Development Council Center for Business & Innovation (CB&I) is launching ScaleUp 2018.  ScaleUp is transformative training series for business owners to gain greater success and profitability. The ScaleUp Training Series consists of three, 4-session courses: Business TuneUp, Build Your Market and Financial Mastery. The 2018 series kicks off January 18 with TuneUp, which…