It’s the perfect time to assess your business’ cyber security. A lot has changed since Cyber Security Awareness Month was launched by the US government in 2004. In 2004 cybercriminals caused a reported 68.1 million dollars of damage. Last year alone reported damages exceeded 4.2 billion dollars. Cyber crime is so prevalent now that it is imperative all businesses of all sizes take security seriously. There are many entry points to any network to be taken advantage of. One of the most common entry
When the other founders of Village Theatre and I took our first steps toward the creation and establishment of this organization, we had dreams of what it could be and what our hard work would bring to the stage and our community. As Executive Producer, I have had the privilege to lead this incredible theatre into the future and I wanted to take this opportunity to share with all of you that, after 43 years, I will be retiring this season. The innumerable patrons who have entered our doors, the
The popular “Farm Fresh Market" and activities underscore importance of community ISSAQUAH, Wash., Oct. 8, 2021 – The Downtown Issaquah Association (DIA) continues to help small businesses thrive driving fall revenue. The creative approach involves collaboration with local restaurants, retailers, service providers, community organizations, and the city. "A trip to the pumpkin patch, the beauty of the foliage, and cool autumn mornings bring out cozy sweaters more reasons to spend a day in historic
Since 1987, our community has empowered the Issaquah Schools Foundation to fund programs and resources for students and teachers across our district including every school, every child. Your support is needed now more than ever to help our students and maintain these vital programs and resources: • Academic Support: After school homework help and labs, curriculum training & materials, online resources, library and audio books, student & teacher grants • Basic Student Needs: Tools4School
If you own or are employed by a regional business, please consider hosting a teen “intern” at your workplace for a few hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Gibson Ek High School is looking for mentors. Many students want a chance to see and – when possible – assist with hands-on work in culinary, animal care, auto repair, construction, visual arts, metalworking and electrical. Please help introduce these careers to our students!Learn more at bit.ly/GEmentor, or email Learning Through Internship Coordinator
Everyone For Veterans has been selected as a finalist for this year's BBB Torch Awards for Ethics! A Torch Award is the most prestigious honor BBB can present to exceptional organizations for their dedication to integrity and ethical business practices. Tune in at 2 pm MDT on Thursday, October 28 on BBB’s YouTube channel to see if E4V is selected as Charity of the Year!
Please consider “sharing your work” with a teen this fall as a mentor for Gibson Ek High School. GEHS invites professionals of all stripes, near or far, to take 5 minutes to watch this mentoring video. You can choose to mentor remotely or host at your workplace. All are welcome, but Gibson Ek has a strong need for local businesses that can offer in-person, hands-on experiences. Questions? Please contact Casey Henry, Learning through Internship Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more