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In February representatives from Chinook’s production team attended the region’s first virtual aerospace conference hosted by Pacific Northwest Aerospace Alliance (PNAA). Also in attendance were hundreds of companies from all over the world including some of the world’s largest airline manufacturers and suppliers.  “We jumped at this opportunity,” explained Nikki Wegner, CEO, “PNAA’s virtual platform...
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Sara is a hard worker with a great memory and enjoys staying active and learning new tasks. Sara is looking to work approximately 9-15 hours a week in the Sedro Woolley, Burlington or Mount Vernon area. She is looking for entry-level work earning minimum wage or more. Sara has experience working in childcare at the...
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Zack is a busy millennial. His talents are as vast as his interests. Pre-pandemic, Zack had two paying jobs and two volunteer positions, which kept his mother Linda, who jokingly refers to herself as Zack’s ‘M-Uber’ (that’s Mom + Uber), busy meeting Zack’s transportation needs. Although he could not work after March of 2020, Zack...
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Kathy Thomson
Kathy Thomson started her career at Chinook Enterprises in 2001 under the leadership of its founder Rob Martin. Over the years, Kathy became a pivotal part of the inner workings of every department within Chinook. So much so, that she was often referred to as the organization’s ‘backbone.’ At her virtual retirement gathering, staff and...
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As 2020 draws to a close, Chinook Enterprises opens the door to a new CEO, welcoming  Nicolette (Nikki) Wegner to lead the company. Nikki brings a wealth of experience to the position, having served most recently as Associate Director at Trillium Employment Services based in Tacoma and Board Chair of Community Employment Alliance (CEA), a...
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Expanding Capacity, Capability, and Mission As Chinook Enterprises begins its 40th year in operation, it’s clear to see how a strong vision cleared a path for mission expansion. This ‘mission expansion mindset’ began when founder, Rob Martin, pounded the pavement (literally) to find lawn maintenance jobs for a small crew of six people with disabilities....
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When it comes to creative marketing tactics, Chinook Enterprises may have taken the cake, or in this case, chocolate. Earlier this month, Chinook unveiled its partnership with Forte Chocolates/.   From the stage of the Lincoln Theatre, Chinook’s president Steve Reed explained, “We couldn’t think of a better place to share this news than at...
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Chinook is setting the stage to celebrate inclusion via National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM). To show appreciation to its extended Community, Chinook is hosting a short program and sponsoring the movie ‘Far from the Tree’ on Thursday, October 10th at 6:45 pm at the Lincoln Theatre in Mount Vernon, WA.  Admission is free. One...
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Thanks to NDEAM, October is filled with reminders regarding the importance of employment opportunities for people with barriers. National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) got its start back in 1945 when Congress declared the first week of October “National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week.” While the words have changed, the movement to help people with...
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Chinook’s Production Team received Boeing’s 2018 Quality Award. Two thousand eighteen (2018) marked the 8th consecutive year that Chinook’s Production Team earned the coveted Boeing Performance Excellence Award (BPEA). “The commitment to quality and precision among the team is remarkable,” said CEO Steve Reed. “Each team member is personally committed to providing the highest level...
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