Quick Start Shoreline - Tuesday September 30

Sunday, September 28, 2014

Join the business community for a two part Quick-Start series on Tuesday, September 30 and Tuesday October 2, 2014 from 12:00 to 1:30pm at Shoreline City Hall, 17500 Midvale Ave N for the first of a special two part series on helping your business become more visible.

Quick-Start Shoreline is presented by Shoreline Community College Small Business Accelerator and the City of Shoreline. These workshops are designed to be helpful for start-up, existing or potential business owners. Sessions are free and open to the public. Feel free to bring a brown bag lunch. 


Hiring Interns
“A two part series designed to help the business owner find and hire interns the RIGHT way.”

  • Sept 30 How Learning Center North prepares students to help YOUR company
  • Oct 7     How we can take the work and risk out of hiring an Intern
In this workshop series you will learn how LCN can provide your business with interns:

Who are paid by us
Trained by us
Managed by us
Insured by us
and Educated by us!

Don’t miss learning about this valuable opportunity!

Caitlin Cordell
Learning Center North
Caitlin Cordell has been working in Shoreline supporting youth development for the past 6 years. She has been the Employment Specialist at LCN for the past three years. In that time she has supervised over 70 students in Work Experiences around the greater Shoreline and Seattle area and has taught over 100 students in job search skills and career development. LCN has partnered with 27 different private, public, and non-profit organizations that provide critical training in work skills. She has primarily worked in the non-profit world, but is very excited to partner with more small businesses. 

Guru Dorje
Learning Center North
Guru Dorje is the Director at Learning Center North (LCN). He has dedicated 14 years to this program and has seen it grow from a small GED program to a nationally renowned Drop-Out re-engagement program that transitions youth to and through a college education. The most recent full year data collected has shown 80% retention rate of our higher barrier students (as compared to the overall retention rate of the college which is around 41%). All of this has been done with implementing a relational, value based programming that Guru has been critical in supporting, implementing, and now spreading to other programs serving high barrier students.


Corrected for date 09-29-2014 3:50pm

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