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Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Business-Education Partnership Roundtable

Ensuring a highly-skilled workforce takes commitment from many players—leaders in the public and private sectors, the education community, and the workforce development system, as well as workplace learning professionals. ~ American Society for Training & Development.

Help Cowlitz/Wakhkiakum Counties prepare to fill this workforce gap by attending the:

Second Biennial Business-Education Partnership Roundtable
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
7:30 - 10 am
Cowlitz PUD Auditorium

Space is limited! Reserve your seat online
or call 360.442.2610.


Alla Saverchenko loves her ceramics classes!

"Trudy Woods is the best! It's so easy to learn from her, and she makes it fun!" ~ Alla Saverchenko. 

Alla also enjoys cake decorating--fancy cupcakes are a specialty, and would love to have a "fairy tale bakery" someday. Alla has several businesses in mind, but wants to prepare herself well first.

The full-time Running Start student finished her high school dual credit work last year, and is working on her Business transfer degree. The youngest of nine children in a Russian immigrant family (and the only one born here), Alla relishes the flexibility, independence and personal responsibility of college.

Note: Trudy Woods teaches ceramics classes at Lower Columbia College.