Boys & Girls Club is Seeking Club Advisory Board Members
Free Advanced Manufacturing Job Training in Seattle & Kent - Orientation next week!
Support the Boys & Girls Club mission of enabling all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.
Economic Development Now! Learning Circle
A free 10-week Advanced Manufacturing Academy pre-apprenticeship job training program starting this month @ 2 different King County locations: South Seattle College (SSC) Georgetown Campus AND the Advanced Manufacturing Training Center in Kent.
Get the SCOOP Read the latest news about COO in the August, 2019 SCOOP
We will work together to deepen our knowledge of economic development, home ownership, and financial literacy in King County’s Black communities and put ideas and strategies into practice.
Evaluation points to early successes among partners to advance equity
The August 2019 SCOOP newsletter is now available. Read about the work of our partners, how community-driven approaches are taking hold, and new funding opportunities.
Read the latest SCOOP here.
You can sign up for future SCOOP newsletters here.
COO featured in Best Starts for Kids 2018 Annual Report
In 2018, COO launched a participatory evaluation to assess existing conditions and early partner efforts toward creating racial, economic and health equity. Over 46 partners shared their perspectives through surveys, focus groups, interviews and a community workshop. Read the findings here.
Healthy Places Leadership Development
We are proud to share COO 2018 Accomplishments as part of the Best Starts for Kids Annual Report. Thanks to the SUNN partnership for sharing their story. Read the COO sections of the report here.
Housing Development Consortium of Seattle-King County
Healthy choices and environments should be available to everyone, regardless of where they live. The Healthy King County Coalition is committed to ensuring equitable access to healthy options for all King County residents. One of the ways we do this is through training community leaders.
Applications due for the Community Real Estate Stewardship Learning Circle
HDC is the nonprofit membership association dedicated to fulfilling our vision that all people live with dignity in safe, healthy, and affordable homes within communities of opportunity.
Youth Build Seattle! Cohort Dates: July 15-December 18, 2019
Through facilitating CREST, we hope to deepen the capacity of community partners to become developers and community asset owners ready to promote a community stewardship frame including models of collective ownership and permanent affordability. Learn more about the program.
YouthBuild is an evidence-based, pre-apprenticeship program certified by the state and run out of South Seattle College’s Georgetown Campus. Of the 260 nationally-affiliated YouthBuild programs across the country, YouthCare’s YouthBuild is one of the only programs to specifically recruit homeless and court-involved youth.