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Tag Archives: STEM Education

Host a Business Workshop for Teaching the Teachers

GSI is now seeking member businesses to host Teaching the Teachers (T3) workshops for the 2016-2017 school year. These workshops connect teachers with businesses throughout the Spokane region, where educators gain valuable information about the skills their students need to … Read more

Greater Spokane Incorporated Heads to Washington D.C.

It’s that time of year again – the time when GSI leads a large delegation of business, community and education leaders to Washington D.C. to advocate on behalf of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho. This year, we’ll bring 46 folks … Read more

Businesses to (Literally) Open Doors for Area Students

Schools host open house events to introduce students and parents to the school. It’s a good way for parents to see where they’re sending their kids and for students to see where they’ll spend most of their days. So what … Read more

STEM, Cyber Security, and Why We Support Education

Tweet Why do we support public education? Because when a community supports its schools, the community thrives. Our community is strong right now because of things happening in our area schools. Here are a couple cool things happening right now.

Happy New Year! Looking Ahead to 2012

Tweet With 2011 in the rearview mirror, it’s time to focus on 2012. What lies ahead for Spokane? What will happen, what might happen, and how will it affect the business community? Let’s look into the crystal ball, shall we?

How Fortunate We Are

Tweet Our President and CEO, Rich Hadley, was quoted in the paper regarding Tuesday’s late breaking news that Providence Health & Services will bring 250 billing jobs to Spokane – from clerks to executives, as the story says. Saying it … Read more

STEM Education: How We’re Advancing The Initiative

Tweet Here’s a stat that needs consideration: Nearly 30 percent of the fastest-growing occupations in the next decade will require at least some background in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)*. With a large amount of our STEM workforce nearing … Read more