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Thank you for a great Business AfterSchool program year!

We just completed a great year of Business After School programming that connected 6 – 12 grade students with future career opportunities. Host businesses welcomed students, parents, and educators at their place of business to showcase their industry and share more information about potential career paths for students.

Host businesses this year included The Inlander, Wagstaff, Krem 2, CHAS Health, Caterpillar Distribution, Providence Health & Services, Coffman Engineers, Stantec Consulting, Fairchild Air Force Base Communications, WSU Health Sciences Spokane / EWU Spokane, DCI Engineers, GeoEngineers, ALSC Architects, and St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Institute.

Thank you to our Education and Workforce Program Sponsor: STCU

And thanks to our Business AfterSchool Sponsors: CHAS Health, Eastern Washington University, GeoEngineers, Providence Health Care, Wagstaff, Washington STate Opportunity Scholarship, and Washington State University Health Sciences Spokane.

What’s Next?

Check back in late September for our Fall line-up of Business AfterSchool events. If you are a business that wants to learn more about hosting or sponsoring this program, contact Cassidy Baumgartner, Career Connected Learning Program Manager at 509.321.3621 and visit our stories page and our Video that highlights business leaders. students, mentors and educators that have been impacted by the program.

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