Workforce System Recovery | July Issue

On June 14, the WorkSource Spokane Campus welcomed back its entire staff to provide in-person services to walk-in customers and appointment-based activities.

The Next Generation Zone and the Spokane Resource Center can assist all walk-in customers seeking employment, training, education, and social services. WorkSource Spokane offers scheduled in-person appointments and limited-capacity workshops, and walk-in use of their Technology Hub & Resource Room. Talent Solutions by WorkSource Spokane will continue to let businesses select their preference of on-site or virtual meetings, but may also host appointments at their business one-stop center.

Visit each one-stop center’s websites to learn more about their hours of operation and the services, resources, and support they provide to the community:


New Titles, New Faces

Kevin Williams, WorkSource Spokane’s former One-Stop Operator, has transitioned into his new role as Director of WorkSource Systems Advancement and Development. He will oversee the integrated operation of the four one-stop centers that make up the WorkSource Spokane Campus.

Lori Veitenheimer is WorkSource Spokane’s new One-Stop Operator and will continue to advance its award-winning and nationally recognized integrated service delivery model to achieve new levels of customer service.

Jessica Clayton, the SWC’s Program and Development Director, will lead the Next Generation Zone as its Interim Director and continue innovating ways to connect young adults 16-24 years old to develop career pathways through education and training.

Devina Cunningham begins her position as Manager of Talent Solutions by WorkSource Spokane. In addition to the many employer-focused events already established, she will lead her team to develop stronger relationships with the business community to ensure all vacant positions are filled with local talent.

Article Source: Spokane Workforce Council