On June 27 and 28, Together, Seattle Works, will bring together civic leaders who are working to support the greater Seattle “family-wage” job base. Thanks to past collaborations, more than 100,000 good industrial jobs still exist within the Seattle City Limits, generating career opportunities and prosperity for a very wide cross-section of the community.

RSVP and register below. No charge to participate. Complete schedule here.

June 27 activities are based at the Georgetown Campus of South Seattle College. That day’s schedule includes:

  • Industry tours to the Nucor Steel, Vigor Shipyard and the “Industry Space” incubator facility that supports 10 new manufacturing firms.
  • A lunch program highlighting “Georgetown Crossroads,” a state-of-the art warehouse and maker space, celebrated by the Wall Street Journal.
  • Learn why Crossroads developer, Prologis, is investing in the Seattle industrial base.
  • Workshops:
    • Transportation – Trucks, Goods & People Matter
    • Education – Core Plus, Seattle Promise, Apprenticeships

June 28 events are based at Fishermen’s Terminal on the Lake Washington Ship Canal. Activities include:

  • Discussion from 10-11:30 AM regarding action items.
  • A tour of Fishermen’s Terminal starting at 11:30.
  • A leadership lunch starting at 12:15, with guest speaker Chris Reykdal, the Superintendent of Public Education for the State of Washington.

Participants will be asked to reconvene in June 2019 to measure progress on action items and chart the continuing course ahead to support the family-wage job base.

RSVPs for tours MUST be processed through Becklynn Martin at becklynn@seattleindustry.org.

Otherwise, register below.

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