Kitsap Fast Ferries: Frequently Asked Questions Webinars

Join Kitsap County for a webinar beginning on May 24, 2017 at 12:00 PM PDT. Register now! Click HERE. ​Kitsap Fast Ferries Bremerton-Seattle service launches on July 10! Attend Kitsap Transit’s first-ever webinar series on May 24 and 25 to learn more about the service and ask questions. The May 24 webinar will cover schedule and fares, while the May 25 webinar will cover reservations. Both […] Read more »

WSDOT, Kitsap Transit seek input on local traffic congestion and service

    Kitsap County residents are asked to provide input on local state highway congestion and existing and future bus service. Both WSDOT and Kitsap Transit are conducting surveys and the public is encouraged to participate. Kitsap Transit will hold workshops later this month throughout the county to gather input and get help in creating a vision for local transportation in years to come. Washington State Department […] Read more »

KEDA celebrates Economic Development Week!

For Immediate Release:  INSPIRED ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT THAT WORKS FOR KITSAP Celebrating Economic Development Week with focus on Campaign for Kitsap This is Economic Development Week, a national celebration of organizations like the Kitsap Economic Development Alliance (KEDA) that are dedicated to creating jobs, advancing career development opportunities, and increasing quality of life. This week (May 8-13) Economic Development Organizations, or EDOs, around the country will […] Read more »

Olympic College – Presidential Search Community Forums

Olympic College (OC) is conducting a nationwide search to identify its next president and they want to hear from you. During the month of May, OC is holding Presidential Search Forums at their campuses and in the community. The forums are your chance to contribute to the process by providing input on the qualities and skills you would like to see in the President. The OC Board of […] Read more »

FSPCA (Food Safety Preventive Controls Alliance) – Preventive Controls for Human Food Training

This training is heavily subsidized by the WSDA’s support through the Specialty Crop Block Grant Program, FDA Cooperative Agreement, and WSU Extension.  The market value of these trainings typically run from $600 to $1200 per person. This training is directed towards small and medium sized Specialty Crop growers and processors in the State of Washington. The comprehensive list of the specialty crops can be found […] Read more »

OC and PSNS & IMF win national award for apprenticeship partnership

News Release – For Immediate Release NEW ORLEANS – Olympic College and Puget Sound Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility (PSNS & IMF) won the American Association of Community College’s Outstanding Outstanding College/Corporate Partnership Award, announced yesterday, April 24. Partnerships between community colleges and industry are vital to preparing a skilled workforce. Olympic College and PSNS & IMF collaborated on training programs that have raised the skill […] Read more »

Join the discussion May 3 on reshaping Central Kitsap’s future

​(Silverdale, WA) – Join the Central Kitsap Community Council and Kitsap County Commissioner Ed Wolfe for another interactive community conversation from 5 to 6:30 p.m. May 3  at the Best Western Silverdale Beach Hotel. The Council will lead a discussion on using infrastructure investments to re-shape Central Kitsap’s future. Presentations include: The Road More Often Traveled – If you think Silverdale traffic is getting worse by […] Read more »

Employer Survey requests feedback on OC graduate readiness

Olympic College (OC) is conducting an “Employer Survey” during April, May and June.  The objective is to collect information regarding employer opinions and satisfaction with their employees who received their education at OC.  The College is particularly interested in your views regarding the OC graduate and certificate completers’ experience and training. This input is critical to ensuring our programs are relevant and meet your standards. […] Read more »

Governor’s Summit on Career Connected Learning to Include Bremerton Meeting

Bremerton is one of 27 regions to discuss strategies to help Washington youth gain needed work skills, prepare for high-demand jobs. Local representatives from business and industry, educators, and community leaders are invited to discuss next steps to help young people gain work readiness skills needed to fill high-demand jobs. The local event will run from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Wednesday, May 31 at […] Read more »