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President Obama, Mayor McGinn Urge Private Sector to Employ Youth This Summer

The Mayor has joined with the Seattle-King County Workforce Development Council (WDC) to increase the percentage of private sector involvement in hiring youth interns over the summer through the Youth @ Work campaign. Both the City and the WDC have agreed to help employers facilitate the process of increasing the number of these opportunities. WDC’s […]

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Northeastern University-Seattle and City University (CityU) Open their Doors this Month

Adding to the educational and cultural landscape of Seattle, two universities will be opening their doors this month and will be hosting opening events to introduce themselves. Both Northeastern University’s Seattle Campus and City University of Seattle (CityU) open soon. It is an exciting time for Seattle in terms of growth, and the addition of […]

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Fred Hutchinson Gears Up For Inaugural Bike Ride For Cancer Research

Obliteride is a new, community-wide experience which will accelerate the lifesaving research at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. As a local non-profit, Fred Hutchinson depends on philanthropic support from the community more than ever, due to cuts in Federal funding for cancer research in recent years and the growing incidence of cancer. Obliteride is an […]

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‘Only In Seattle’ Event Today in Pioneer Square for First Thursday

Today, a total of 19 businesses in Pioneer Square will be offering unique deals to customers as part of an initiative to support local neighborhoods and their small businesses. The event is occurring in conjunction with First Thursday and offers unique deals for participants, which can be redeemed by printing and presenting your Only in Seattle coupon! You can also […]

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First ever Seattle Center Mobile Feast at Fisher Pavilion, October 29

Seattle Center hosts its first ever Mobile Feast: Urban Hops & Harvest on Saturday, October 29. No cover charge, just bring cash and an appetite!

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36 hours in Seattle

36 hours in Seattle; Seattle ranks seventh on world’s ‘overall’ cities list; How to get the best crowd at your event.

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Get the unique gift of art this Christmas for under $100 in South Park

Take a stroll down to the South Park Neighborhood Center this Saturday, December 4, for the sixth annual Art Under $100 event!

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TechNW brings best and brightest tech minds to Seattle – Sept. 27th

The Northwest is a powerhouse of technological innovation – Washington State is at the epicenter producing global tech giants in software, web services, gaming, mobile communications and cutting edge devices. On September 27th, the Washington Technology Industry Association is hosting the 2010 TechNW Conference – a meeting of the brightest minds and most innovative technology companies in the Northwest.

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Don’t forget to come to City Business Casual – tomorrow!

Talk with Councilmember Tom Rasmussen and Seattle City Light Superintendent Jorge Carrasco – and other business-focused city officials – tomorrow, August 26th at City Business Casual!

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Seattle Franchise Opportunities Seminar teaches how to be in business for yourself, not by yourself

On Saturday, August 21st, the Seattle Franchise Opportunities seminar will offer veterans, minorities, and women a chance to learn about franchising opportunities, financing, and other fundamentals of franchising.

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