As such, the Chamber works with area industries and local schools to build strong partnerships and prepare our future workforce throughout their academic experience.
We also recognize the value of continuing education and professional development. As such, we offer regular workshops/training events and encourage our members to utilize additional resources available to them.
Are you looking for further education? Or, perhaps you want to further develop your staff or employees to increse their skillset. Regardless of why you're intersted, we've found some links below to help you with how to get you started. Most are free or come with a minimal cost.
Discover Business -- online guide to MBA and Graduate programs
Microsoft IT Academy -- free technology courses
Learn4Life offered through Timberland Regional Library
Olympic College with campuses in Shelton and Bremerton
Washington State 4-year Institutions, Public and Private
Maqtoob-The Best websites to Learn Something New
These resources are provided as informational tools, the Chamber does not endorse or recommend any particular program, school, and/or site.
This is compiled by the Chamber using data collected by various government agencies. These reports provide a snapshot view of our local business economies in comparison to last year's numbers.
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