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Career fair in Snoqualmie

Paul Rasmussen of Snoqualmie gets information at Hopelink Education Coordinator Kathy Nolan’s table, during a visit to the Education and Career Fair, jointly put on by the Snoqualmie Tribe and Bellevue Technical College, Tuesday, May 20 in downtown Snoqualmie. Rasmussen was there to explore potential new careers, while Nolan was sharing information about Hopelink’s efforts to help Valley residents become more self-sufficient. Future Snoqualmie career fairs are being discussed. - Seth Truscott / Snoqualmie Valley Record
Paul Rasmussen of Snoqualmie gets information at Hopelink Education Coordinator Kathy Nolan’s table, during a visit to the Education and Career Fair, jointly put on by the Snoqualmie Tribe and Bellevue Technical College, Tuesday, May 20 in downtown Snoqualmie. Rasmussen was there to explore potential new careers, while Nolan was sharing information about Hopelink’s efforts to help Valley residents become more self-sufficient. Future Snoqualmie career fairs are being discussed.
— image credit: Seth Truscott / Snoqualmie Valley Record

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