Working with our partners, Pacific Mountain WDC has won and overseen millions of dollars in grants for workforce-related development. Please select from the menu on the right for just a few of the ways we have impacted our 5 County region.
Career Connected Learning Grant Opportunity Materials
The Career Connected Learning Grant from Career Connect Washington is an exciting opportunity for the entire PacMtn region. As Co-leads, ESD 113 and PacMtn WDC have made the following timeline and resources available for organizations interested in partnering on a project proposal:
FAQs can be found here- UPDATED 10/3/17. Please send any other questions to email@example.com
Follow Our Partners On Facebook
Camo2Commerce Facebook page: Assisting transitioning service members find a successful civilian career.
Payne & Associates Facebook page: Educational Service and Disability Services.
Tenino Area Chamber of Commerce: Tenino businesses are working together to increase the sense of community and promote business in and around the City of Tenino.
Centralia-Chehalis Chamber of Commerce: We support local business, economic development, and tourism in our area.
Thurston County Chamber: Our mission is to build community prosperity through a unified voice to support free enterprise.
Thurston Economic Development Council: Building our community through economic development.
South Puget Sound Community College: South Puget Sound Community College * The skills you need for the life you want.
Shelton-Mason County Chamber of Commerce: Our Mission is to encourage and maintain a vibrant business community,promote tourism and facilitate economic development.
Olympic College: Olympic College is a public two-year community college, with many 4 year degree options, that educates more than 13,000 students a year.
Grays Harbor College: Your Community. Your College. Your Future.
Ocean Shores Razor Clam Festival: Annual Ocean Shores Razor Clam Festival & Seafood Extravaganza!
Willapa Harbor Chamber of Commerce: Willapa Harbor Chamber of Commerce serves businesses, organizations, and individuals in the cities of South Bend and Raymond and surrounding communities.
Washington State Labor Council: Widely considered to be the “voice of labor” in our state.