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Please join us for an exciting virtual tour of the beautiful new YWCA Home at Last affordable housing facility on Tuesday, April 27, 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. Register at the link below.CREW Seattle South Sound is hosting a virtual tour and conversation highlighting YWCA Pierce County's new “Home at Last” affordable housing campus. This campus will provide shelter and resources for domestic violence survivors and their families. Staff and families will enjoy 54 apartments, ranging in size from studios to three-bedroom units, counseling rooms, offices, and conference rooms. The speaker panel includes:

- Miriam Barnett, CO at YWCA Pierce County
- John S. Korsmo Jr., Owner at Korsmo Construction, Inc.
- Rachael Pease, Diversity Program Manager at Korsmo Construction, Inc.

Tuesday April 27th, Noon - 1:00 PM
Register for this event to learn more about unique project and its impact on the community - crewseattle.org/events/networking/2021-04-27-south-sound

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Please join us for an exciting virtual tour of the beautiful new YWCA Home at Last affordable housing facility on Tuesday, April 27, 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. Register at the link below.

2 weeks ago

Korsmo Construction

Another exciting project is underway for Tacoma Public Schools! We’re so excited to start building Downing Elementary School for Tacoma students! ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

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In honor of Women's History Month, please join us for a special virtual event on Wednesday, March 31, 10:00-11:30 a.m.

***How to support women of color in the workplace***

Register here: support-women-of-color-workplace.eventbrite.com

This intimate conversation will be facilitated by Shellie Willis of WorkForce Central and Rachael Pease of Korsmo Construction. Our women of color panel will share their experiences and perspectives on challenges faced professionally in the workplace, and how those situations could have gone differently.

We encourage you to register and come share your knowledge and experiences. This virtual event will not be streamed or recorded to ensure the best possible collaborative space.
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In honor of Womens History Month, please join us for a special virtual event on Wednesday, March 31, 10:00-11:30 a.m.

***How to support women of color in the workplace***

Register here: support-women-of-color-workplace.eventbrite.com

This intimate conversation will be facilitated by Shellie Willis of WorkForce Central and Rachael Pease of Korsmo Construction. Our women of color panel will share their experiences and perspectives on challenges faced professionally in the workplace, and how those situations could have gone differently. 

We encourage you to register and come share your knowledge and experiences. This virtual event will not be streamed or recorded to ensure the best possible collaborative space.

1 month ago

Korsmo Construction

Korsmo Construction is proud to partner with and support Tacoma Community House in their important work towards a better future for our diverse community.TCH is excited to host our upcoming 2nd Annual Virtual Fundraiser: Be A Champion of Social Justice. Of course, this would not be possible without the help of our sponsors.

Today's Spotlight: Korsmo Construction
Learn More: korsmo.com
Facebook Event: bit.ly/389dYth

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Korsmo Construction is proud to partner with and support Tacoma Community House in their important work towards a better future for our diverse community.

2 months ago

Korsmo Construction

In honor of Black History Month, Korsmo continues to recognize some of Tacoma’s leaders who have made history in our community. This week, we celebrate former Tacoma mayor and current Congresswoman Marilyn Strickland for years of public service. She attended Tacoma Public Schools and the University of Washington, then earned her MBA from Clark Atlanta University, a Historically Black College and University. Having served as Tacoma’s mayor from 2010 to 2018, Strickland recently became the first African American member of the United States Congress elected from the state of Washington. As a freshman member of the 117th United States Congress, Strickland is also the first member who is of both Korean and African American heritage, and one of the first three Korean American Congresswomen who all began their terms on the same day. ... See MoreSee Less

In honor of Black History Month, Korsmo continues to recognize some of Tacoma’s leaders who have made history in our community. This week, we celebrate former Tacoma mayor and current Congresswoman Marilyn Strickland for years of public service. She attended Tacoma Public Schools and the University of Washington, then earned her MBA from Clark Atlanta University, a Historically Black College and University. Having served as Tacoma’s mayor from 2010 to 2018, Strickland recently became the first African American member of the United States Congress elected from the state of Washington. As a freshman member of the 117th United States Congress, Strickland is also the first member who is of both Korean and African American heritage, and one of the first three Korean American Congresswomen who all began their terms on the same day.

2 months ago

Korsmo Construction

Thank you to everyone who participated in the YWCA Pierce County Home at Last Adopt-a-Home supplies drive! Today, Korsmo staff delivered a load of new home essentials to fully outfit one apartment in the new affordable housing facility in Tacoma. Items included bedding, rugs, towels, dishes, cooking utensils, and cleaning supplies (and a few Korsmo front loader toys and travel mugs). The unit is now move-in ready! We are excited for all YWCA Home at Last residents to move into their beautiful new apartments in March. ... See MoreSee Less

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