Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program
Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program provides low-income seniors with $40 in voucher checks that can used to purchase fresh produce at approved farmers market locations. Must live in King County, be age 60 years or older (Native American 55+), and low income.
King County accepts applications and distributes vouchers by mail only. Due to the program popularity, Aging and Disability Services (ADS) typically does not have enough vouchers to provide one for each applicant and utilizes a random selection process. (Seniors residing outside of King County may contact the Area Agency on Aging in their region to apply.)
Enroll now – May 12, 2017 (participants notified by July 1, 2017). Application available online; must be printed out and mailed.
Job Search Boot Camp
Kick start their job search with a FREE 6-session workshop series! This event fills very fast and there are only 18 slots available.
Participants agree to attend all 6 sessions and as a prerequisite have attended a WorkSource LinkedIn Workshop or have an active LinkedIn profile. This is an intensive Boot Camp formulated to revitalize and achieve greater results in your client’s job search. Historically, job seekers have been successful returning to work in a short amount of time after taking this series.
- Program Orientation / Intro Session: Thursday, April 27, 2017
Time: 1-3 pm
- Seminars: May 9, 11, 16, 18 & 25
Time: 1-4 pm
Location: WorkSource Redmond, 7735 178th Pl NE, Redmond, WA 98052
- Presenting your value and master resumes
- Targeted resumes, key words, working with recruiters
- Leveraging LinkedIn, social media, networking
- Job-winning interview preparation and techniques followed by a practice interview with an employer
YWCA’s Money Mechanics
Are you frustrated by your financial situation or stressed out by your debt? Have you tried to set a budget but then your spending patterns don’t change?
The YWCA workshops are for anyone who feels like their finances could use a “tune-up,” especially anyone who is low-income, unemployed, currently or recently homeless, or tired of getting paid and just days later wondering, “just where did that money go?” These FREE classes are open to anyone.
Dates: Tuesday, May 9th through May 30th (4 sessions)
Time: 11 am to 2 pm
Food and child care provided free on site! Transportation assistance is available.
Participants may be eligible to receive up to $50 for completing the class!
Participants will get support while learning more about:
- Unmasking the mysteries of credit
- Debt management
- Making your dollar stretch each month (budgeting!)
- How to make banking work for you
- Goal setting and your personal values
- Saving and investing
- And much more!