WORKSOURCE EMPLOYMENT WORKSHOP SERIES
WHEN: Thursday, July 28, and Tuesdays, August 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 1-3pm
WHERE: Seattle Public Library – Ballard, 5614 22nd Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107
WHAT: These WorkSource workshops are intended to help anyone aiming to become reemployed. They will be held at the Ballard Library starting Thursday, July 28, and over the following five Tuesdays. All workshops are free of charge. You may attend as many sessions as you would like; attending all six workshops is not required. Following each workshop, service providers will be on hand to help with a variety of resources in employment/training, food, transportation and mental health.
WORKSOURCE JOB HUNTER’S BOOTCAMP
WHEN: Tuesday August 2 & Thursdays August 4 & 11, 1-4pm & Tuesday August 16, 10am-1pm
WHERE: WorkSource Rainier, 2531 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144
WHAT: This series is an intensive, all-encompassing “how-to” for job seekers. The Bootcamp covers everything from effective job searching strategies to interviewing techniques. Participants must commit to attending all five sessions, have basic computer skills, and be conducting an active job search.
SAFE & HEALTHY COMMUNITIES PUBLIC FORUM
WHEN: Wednesday, July 27, 6-8pm
WHERE: St. Luke’s Church, 5710 22nd Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107
WHAT: Please join Councilmember Mike O’Brien, District 6, community leaders, and neighbors for a Safe and Healthy Communities Public Forum St. Luke’s Church in Ballard.
This event will include speakers Alison Eisinger of the Seattle King County Coalition on Homelessness, Lisa Daugaard from the Public Defender Association, and a representative from the Seattle Police Department. Speakers will be providing brief remarks on the issues of public health and public safety. Following their remarks, the audience will break out into small groups facilitated by community experts to foster solutions-based conversations on increasing the safety and health of our communities that’s not at the expense of others. In addition to the speakers and breakout sessions, organizations that do work in these issue areas will be tabling and available to answer questions.
Communities that are both safe and healthy are a priority for Councilmember O’Brien, and your input and experience is part of the solution. Questions? Please contact Councilmember Mike O’Brien’s Office at 206.684.8800.