- Jefferson County for its Mystery Bay Management and South Port Townsend Management Bay plans, which engaged a diverse group of stakeholders to develop plans to protect commercial shellfish resources while also providing for recreation and other commercial uses
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Local Mentors for Young Professionals!
The Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals Network is offering a free mentorship program aimed at helping local young professionals get a leg up in their career or chosen profession.
We have local mentors with years of excellent professional experience ready to dive in. If you are looking to advance in your current profession or start a new career, you could benefit from your own personal mentor!
How it works:
We will match you with a mentor based on the information you provide (see below). You and your mentor will work together toward your goals over a period of 90 days. We’ll keep in touch with your progress along the way and meet with you at the end of 90 days to evaluate success.
Here are some results participants experienced:
- Found the “right” mentor through the process
- Gained confidence and real experience
- Made valuable connections through networking
- Gained “The feeling that I am not alone”
- Learned how to set realistic goals
- Gained a clear understanding of where to start
- Developed leadership skills
- Received support and encouragement
- Gained an appreciation for candid feedback
For more information call or email the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce Today!
360.385.7869 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce offers this program at no charge to the participants. This mentoring program is for informational purposes only. The Chamber does not make or imply any claims regarding program success. Further, the Chamber does not guarantee or imply any individual results.
Action Alert on SB 5871
WRA needs members to contact their legislators TODAY to save the critical sales tax exemption for out-of-state residents. It generates millions of dollars of retail sales in our state every year.
Tell your legislators to oppose Senate bill 5871, which would change the non-resident sales tax exemption so that out-of-state consumers, primarily from Oregon, would be forced to apply for a rebate of sales taxes instead of getting the sales tax exemption at the time of purchase. This procedural change would discourage enough shoppers to effectively act as a repeal. Read Full Post
|$3000 Grant Opportunity|
Jefferson County Community Foundation invites organizations to propose programs and/or projects that provide or increase access to training, career development, continuing education, parenting skills and/or childcare for women and girls in Jefferson County.
July 19, 2013
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Hear from a Hanford expert who is uniquely positioned to constructively comment on our nuclear energy future at this month’s Jefferson County Energy Lunch Program, held at the Port Townsend Community Center on Tuesday, June 18, from 12:30-1:30 p.m.
June 13 - Quilcene Hatchery Tour, Water Quality, and Oyster Bar, Taylor Shellfish
Please join Taylor Shellfish for the Seattle Science Signature Program tour of our Quilcene Hatchery on Thursday, June 13th from 12:30-2:30. This event features a tour of our shellfish hatchery, a chance to chat with hatchery experts about cultivating shellfish and water quality issues including ocean acidification. Participants will enjoy a oyster raw bar following the tour. Please note that registration is required and space is limited. Event location is at 701 Broadspit Rd, Quilcene, WA 98376. For more information and to RSVP please contact Jennifer Hopper at JenniferH@taylorshellfish.com or 360-426-6178. We look forward to seeing you! Read Full Post