The Small Business Stabilization Fund is accepting new applications. The deadline for applications is November 14 at 11:59 p.m.
If you need assistance to complete the online application, language access services, accommodations or accessibility information, please contact the Seattle Office of Economic Development at (206) 684-8090 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, please see link below.
Represent your community, learn about the utility, and impact SPU’s water and waste work
CRP members work with SPU leadership to provide advice and recommendations to the Mayor and City Council on the utility’s strategic plan and rates. CRP members bring expertise in community, with different professional and life experiences, to ensure SPU fosters healthy people, environment, and economy. SPU actively partners with community to equitably manage water and waste resources for today and for future generations.
Starting in 2021, CRP members will be appointed in one of two cohorts. We actively seek a diverse candidate pool to help inform SPU on its work and vision to become a community-centered utility. Consider joining the Customer Review Panel. Learn more about the CRP’s work and how to get involved here. Apply by April 5. Questions can be sent to Kate Morrison (Catherine.email@example.com).
There are several hundred remaining COVID-19 vaccination appointments from March 9 – March 13 at the Community Testing & Vaccination Hub in Rainier Beach. The Rainier Beach hub is run by the Seattle Fire Department, and medics/firefighters will be administering the vaccine. The Moderna and Pfizer vaccines will be provided at these hubs. Both are two-dose vaccines, and you will schedule your second dose during the process of scheduling your first dose. This week, ONLY members of the public who are 65 and older and live in Seattle are able to register for an appointment through this form. If you are NOT 65 or older, but are currently eligible under Washington State Department of Health (DOH) phases, we ask that you do not fill out this form, and visit www.seattle.gov/vaccine for future vaccination opportunities.
There are several hundred remaining COVID-19 vaccination appointments from March 9 – March 13 at the Community Testing & Vaccination Hub in West Seattle. The West Seattle hub is run by the Seattle Fire Department, and medics/firefighters will be administering the vaccine. The Moderna and Pfizer vaccines will be provided at these hubs. Both are two-dose vaccines, and you will schedule your second dose during the process of scheduling your first dose.
Drainage & Wastewater is excited to announce that the Drainage and Wastewater Collection Worker Apprenticeship hiring process has begun. This is an opportunity to “earn while you learn.”
This recruitment is opened until filled. However, first consideration will be given to candidates who apply by March 31, 2021.
Applications may be submitted online at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/ or Drainage and Wastewater Collection Worker Apprenticeship.
For information regarding the hiring process, types of work you can expect, and working conditions please visit our website.
Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle is partnering with the City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods to create a pilot PACE program focusing on educating YOU on City of Seattle government. From learning about city budgets, to meeting with your councilmember, PACE will provide a unique experience to understand how local city politics affect our daily lives now and historically. The best part about it is we will be providing stipends for participation! Space is limited. Please fill out the application to be considered. We will be selecting candidates on March 12, 2021, and starting the program on March 18, 2021, after 5pm. The program will last until April 15th, every Thursday after 5pm.
If you have any questions about the program please reach out to Maya Manus, Advocacy Organizer, firstname.lastname@example.org.