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At Bank of America, we live our purpose to make financial lives better by fulfilling our environmental, social and governance (ESG) responsibilities. As part of this work, we develop strong partnerships with nonprofit organizations serving community needs, bringing our collective networks and expertise to help communities grow and thrive. We partner with them financially, giving them more than $500,000 annually, and our local employees donate more than 2500 volunteer hours each year. Through our philanthropic efforts and the power of our employee volunteers, we're working to create thriving economies and a better future for the Inland Empire.

Bank of America is pleased to sponsor KREM 2's "Get Ahead" campaign. We know that removing barriers and providing resources to those seeking jobs is the key to financial independence!

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Elson S. Floyd College of MedicineThe Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine is Washington’s community-based medical school.
Named after Washington State University’s late president, Dr. Elson S. Floyd, the college was created to expand medical education and health care access in communities across the state.
We attract talented students from or with significant ties to Washington – both rural and urban – to train within their communities, increasing the likelihood they will remain there to practice medicine.
Accredited in October 2016, the college welcomed its inaugural class in August 2017.
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 Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort Hotel The Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort Hotel (“CCRH”) is a wholly-owned enterprise of the Coeur d’Alene Tribe, a federally-recognized sovereign Indian tribe.
In accordance with the Tribe’s law and policy and federal law, the CCRH exists “as a means of promoting tribal economic development, self-sufficiency, and [a] strong tribal government.” The CCRH provides revenue for tribal education, elder care, cultural awareness, health, welfare, tribal government programs and agencies, economic development and tribal self-sufficiency and general tribal sovereignty initiatives. The Coeur d’Alene Tribe operates the CCRH under a Class III Gaming Compact with the state of Idaho and the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act of 1988 (“IGRA”).

Our Mission

As the premier destination resort, our commitment is to provide a unique, exciting experience rooted in Traditional Tribal Hospitality. You are part of our family; Welcome home!

Our Vision

As a legendary international destination, we provide endless opportunities and create memories that last a lifetime. We honor our past and protect our future, to ensure economic and social growth by building upon our cultural roots and natural beauty.

Our Guiding Principles
  • Communicate at all levels to foster teamwork and accountability.
  • Empower employees for advancement opportunities through education, training and mentoring.
  • Utilize an employee recognition system to recognize and reward excellence.
  • Encourage innovation throughout the organization.
  • Foster community involvement/investment.
  • Lead by example, demonstrating courtesy, respect and integrity.
  • Provide superior customer service; following the golden rule.
  • Maintain a safe and ethical working environment.

Community Colleges of Spokane Community Colleges of Spokane is a dynamic, 12,300-square-mile state community college district that includes Spokane Community College, Spokane Falls Community College and six rural education sites, serving residents in Pend Oreille, Stevens, Whitman, Ferry and parts of Lincoln counties. CCS offers high-quality academic transfer, career-technical and eLearning degrees and certificate programs; business and community training; and adult literacy programs throughout northeastern Washington.

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Spokane Area Workforce Development Council

The Spokane Area Workforce Development Council is a business-led board that works to identify and fill gaps in our local workforce. We bring together businesses, government, labor, education, economic development, and community-based organizations to create a vibrant economy by preparing a skilled workforce to meet regional business needs. We have a budget of approximately $6 million per year, and we actively seek out additional grant funding for our region. We operate a service delivery system that consists of two career centers and 17 affiliated sites located across Spokane County.

Our American Job Center, WorkSource Spokane, provides job seekers with an array of career services that connect skill development and job placement to fuel business growth.We provide funding and oversight for the only youth career and employment center in the Spokane Area, the Next Generation Zone, which serves approximately 3,500 visitors each year. We offer exceptional services to area Businesses, including recruiting assistance, job postings, WorkKeys testing, employee training assistance, labor market information and more.We have a unique partnership with the Community Colleges of Spokane, allowing us to inform worker training programs to help ensure students are on track to graduate with the credentials needed for in-demand careers.

North Idaho Community College

At NIC, there is a difference in the way we learn, lead, educate, and play. With small class sizes, strong student assistance, and a campus that provides endless recreation activities, we believe different is good.

North Idaho College offers over 80 programs in the fields of Social Sciences & Human Services, STEM, Health Sciences/Health Professions, Business Administration, Manufacturing & Trades, and Arts, Communication & Humanities. Our programs are designed to provide you the skills to work in all industries, from engineering, aerospace and healthcare, to computers, business and welding.

Come see the difference at North Idaho College. Start here… Go anywhere!”

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