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Contact: Mary Emery, Director, Community
Development/Grants and Contracts – 208/792-2460
Education and Training
Information Session happens at Craigmont
The Community Response Team (CRT) will hold an Education and
Training Information Night at the Craigmont City Hall on May 29 from 5 p.m.
to 6:30 p.m. People interested in attending may visit with representatives
of various agencies and Lewis-Clark State College in an informal setting.
Snacks will be served.
The Community Response Team is an informal group of agencies and providers
who meet to share information about current regional issues and concerns
related to economic development and job retention.
The Information Night will focus on opportunities for individuals interested
in educational and training opportunities. The team will also provide
information for people interested in self employment, starting a business,
business counseling, e-commerce opportunities, business loans, and help with
recruiting and retaining workers.
Participants in the Craigmont Information Night include: Idaho Job Service,
Clearwater Economic Development Association, Idaho Small Business
Development Center, and the Idaho Virtual Incubator. In addition,
Lewis-Clark State College’s Admissions Office, Adult Basic Education/GED
Program, Center for New Direction Program, Learning Services, and Workforce
Training will provide information on informal and formal educational
programs at LCSC and training opportunities for employees and others. In
addition the Craigmont Family Education Program, which currently offers
G.E.D., computer training, parenting, and academic skills upgrade classes in
Craigmont will have information on their programs.
Anyone with a question about upgrading their skills, finding a new career,
finding resources for training, employment opportunities, or educational
programs is welcome to come. The CRT also invites business owners who may
have questions about training and employment resources. Small manufacturers
can attend to learn more about he North Idaho Manufacturers’ Association.
The team welcomes anyone interested in starting a small business,
self-employment or e-commerce to drop in to learn more about resources in