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Finding independence through employment Getting a job brings new-found independence for many people.  Earning one’s own money, making progress toward new goals, making new friends, having co-workers depend on you…it’s all very exciting. When Jasmine got a job at Skagit’s Best Salsa last year, she could not imagine a better job or employer. It was like...
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Mount Vernon, WA. February 17, 2017 — Rob Martin, CEO of Chinook Enterprises, receives the prestigious Rotary Foundation Distinguished Service Award. Rob Martin’s first experience with Rotarians was in 1969 as a 15-year-old Scout Leader with the Boy Scouts. Rob recalls asking a local Seattle Rotary club for money to buy Christmas presents for a...
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Our first holiday video Our very first holiday video, produced in 2014, was an all-time favorite with staff and supporters of Chinook Enterprises. So we opted to re-share it in lieu of producing a new one. It brings back some great memories for us as much has changed since then. We no longer have our...
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Finding and retaining good employees is an ongoing challenge for most businesses. The process of interviewing, testing and training can be tedious and time-consuming. For many smaller companies, the time involved in the hiring process can be extremely costly. This is why many companies appreciate the services offered by our Community Employment Services Division. In...
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An excerpt from our 2015 Annual Report Please enjoy Rob Martin’s opening letter from our 2015 annual report: 2015 was a milestone year for Chinook Enterprises. We celebrated 35 years of service to our community with an evening gala at the Swinomish Lodge. The Skagit Valley Herald featured Chinook in a piece they did to mark the occasion.  We...
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Opening Doors to Business Opportunities Steven Brown has an affinity for people, working, and candy. Meeting people comes easy to Steven. He’s a social guy with a lot of energy, a passion for business, and he’d rather be out and about more than anything else. Like most active people, Steven works at keeping himself occupied,...
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