“We’re working to change our culture so we can continue to be competitive globally and upgrade the skills of our entire work force. Had we not had JSP and CTP programs, the new plant expansion may have been launched in another state.”

Grays Harbor College partner:
Rick Hole, Plant Manager
Ocean Spray Cranberries

AWB Institute
Association of Washington Business
Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges
Clark College
Location: 1933 Fort Vancouver Way
Vancouver WA 98663 
Website: http://www.clark.edu
Region: Southwest & Peninsula
Contact to Discuss Training:
Contact: Francois Wevers
Department:  Director of Economic Development & Partnerships
Email: fwevers@clark.edu
Phone: (360) 992-2466
Fax: (360) 992-2883 
Dept. Website:   http://ecd.clark.edu/customize...

Additional Contacts:
Contact: Kelli Gizzi
Department:  Professional Development/Continuing Education
Email: kgizzi@clark.edu
Phone: (360) 992-2521
Dept. Website:   http://ecd.clark.edu

Additional Contacts:
Contact: Pamela McDonald
Department:  Corporate Learning Center Facility Rentals
Email: pmcdonald@clark.edu
Phone: (360) 992-2723
Dept. Website:   http://ecd.clark.edu/facility-...

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College Description
Clark College is the second largest single-campus provider of credit classes in Washington's community and technical college system. Clark welcomes more than 11,000 students of all ages and backgrounds pursuing their educational or career paths each quarter. Additionally, Clark has collaborated on partnerships with many regional colleges, universities, and technical institutions, allowing students to apply credits earned at Clark toward their bachelor's degrees.

Clark College Economic & Community Development is Southwest Washington's leader in continuing education, workforce training, and non-credit learning. These elements are part of Clark's vision to maintain and continually develop its status as the region's premier provider of classes, seminars, certificate programs, and training opportunities that serve the residents and businesses of the Southwest Washington region.

Clark College Economic & Community Development is dedicated to providing qualified instructors, relevant class offerings, and state-of-the-art learning centers to deliver a variety of professional learning and personal enrichment for all individuals and organizations. This includes:

Customized Learning-Programs that provide local businesses non-profits, healthcare, and government organizations with the training, leadership development, and technical and business analysis tools they seek to meet business objectives.

Professional Development-Technology and workplace training that allow individuals and small businesses an opportunity to enhance skills and productivity.

Community Education-Classes in areas of personal enrichment, recreation, and wellness for individuals seeking to explore new interest areas or learn a new skill.

Mature Learning-Classes designed especially for lifelong learners.
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