IAWP News Briefs

Clarion VolumeLXIV No. 1-2018

Welcome to the May 2018 edition of the Clarion, IAWP Washington's eNewsletter. This edition includes news about: 

  • The 75th Annual Educational Conference, May 17-18 in Shelton
  • Scholarships
  • The International Conference in Cincinnati, June 17-20
  • The Winter Institute and Crab Feed
  • Mutual Aid
  • Becoming a certified workforce professional
  • Leadership opportunities
  • Hall of Fame nominations
  • IAWP Night at the Rainiers, July 20

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Clarion I-2017: Crabfeed registration + more

Please enjoy the first Clarion of the year and don't forget to register for the Winter Institute and Crabfeed at Westport. Watch Inside ESD for new travel/professional development guidance to help you attend. 

  • Heritage Month Celebrations
  • Legislative Updates:
    • 4 More States #RaiseTheWage
    • Just Don’t Do It
    • Meet New ESD Legislative Liaison
  • Scammer Alerts!
  • Benefits of Applying for Scholarships
  • Opportunities to Serve
  • Volunteer Improve Your Skills—Volunteer
  • Refer to Apprenticeships
  • News from Japan
  • Thinking about School?
  • If Times Be Lean in ‘17: Budgeting for the New Year
  • Unsung Hero
  • Monster Innovation Award

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WorkSourceWA.com Intro Video

Employment Security recently launched a new job match website and IAWP members, Jan Oswold and Bill Tarrow, played major roles!

Upcoming Events

2018 ESD-CFD Multiple Agency Co-Ed Softball Tournament

When: Sat, August 11, 2018 - 9:00 AM

Where: Brannan Park 1019 28th St NE Auburn Wa. 98002

What: The IAWP will be participating with the Combined Fund Drive and multiple agency in a softball tournament in Auburn.

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Our Mission

The Washington State Chapter of the International Association of Workforce Professionals (IAWP) was chartered in 1943 and enjoys a rich tradition and history of contributions to workforce excellence in our State. We are a professional association of members who work in public and private workforce development programs.

IAWP members form an integral part of the success of the workforce development system. We are a non-profit educational association dedicated to workforce professionals with a tradition and history of contributions to workforce excellence. Several of our members have received IAWP awards and have been elected to the International Hall of Fame.

Professional growth and development is a priority. We are dedicated to providing members with quality educational content to enhance competence and proficiency and increase knowledge. Members receive the tools and resources needed to effectively contribute to their work through local, state, regional, and international educational conferences, workshops, and institutes. Visit our Education and Training page.

The Washington Chapter extends a welcome to you and encourages you to contact us regarding membership in the IAWP. We welcome, as a member, any person who is interested in the field of Workforce Development. Visit our About Us page.

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