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How Boeing is helping military veterans translate skills to civilian jobs

A partnership with Goodwill Veteran Services, and a $95,000 grant, ensures networking and hiring events at Joint Base Lewis-McChord near Tacoma, Wash., will continue in… Continue reading

Overcome your deepwater fears with confidence

It might be a surprising fact that two-thirds of U.S. adults are afraid of swimming in deep water like lakes and oceans, and almost half… Continue reading

How to Grow a Lot of Food With a Little Space

The experts from the Northwest Flower & Garden Show teach us how to grow an edible garden in the city.

Technology—lowering costs and increasing access to legal care

For many ordinary people, the perception has long been that using a lawyer is expensive. Often, there is also the mystique about exactly how much… Continue reading

All are welcome to come and dance

Many people dream of quitting their day jobs to pursue their passion projects. In 2007, Natasha Maltseva, owner of LaVida Dance Studio in Bellevue, did… Continue reading

8 essential steps to take after a vehicle accident

Fear, worry, anxiety, anger, sadness, gratitude and frustration are just some of the heightened emotions you could feel in the immediate aftermath of a vehicle… Continue reading

4 classes for the over 21 crowd

American novelist Raymond Chandler once said, “There is no bad whiskey. There are only some whiskeys that aren’t as good as others.” That may be… Continue reading

Build your photography skills with hands-on learning

Master photographer Bruce Hudson starts off each of his classes by asking students why they want to learn photography in-person, rather than through tutorials on… Continue reading

Uncork your wine knowledge and see where it will take you

When Richard Kinssies, founder of the Seattle Wine School, was offered his first job in the wine industry, he had a confession to make. “I… Continue reading

5 things you should never do if stopped by the police

When you are driving, you never want to see the flashing lights of a police car in your rearview mirror; however, it is something almost… Continue reading

Experiences are Christmas gifts to remember

As Christmas draws nearer, gift giving is on the minds of the approximately 90 per cent of Americans who celebrate the holiday and who will… Continue reading

3 professional skills that will make you stand out

By: Flint Stephens Skill development and enrichment is essential to career growth and longevity. Upgrading, learning new skills and honing existing ones can lead to… Continue reading

Six degrees of trouble: a tool to measure life problems

Problems can vary from small to large in life. Problems can be good when they help influence us to grow, but that isn’t always the… Continue reading

The UW botanical gardens are a bountiful, large-scale show-and-tell

Fifteen years ago, the University of Washington’s Center for Urban Horticulture burned to the ground. A self-proclaimed eco-terrorist group took responsibility, claiming the site was… Continue reading

  • May 6, 2016
  • By Connect2Classes.com

SCORE Seattle helps entrepreneurs of all stripes succeed

Some things in the business world never change—the need for experience and advice, for instance. This is why, for the past 60 years, SCORE Seattle… Continue reading

  • May 13, 2016
  • By Connect2Classes.com