On Monday, March 27,  the Workforce Board put together a showcase of Career and Technical Education (CTE) talent in a one-day competition event where high school and college students across Washington came together to display their skills.  The competition consisted of teams building portable, energy efficient, homeless shelters, which once completed would be used for temporary homeless housing in the Seattle community.

MacDonald-Miller was proud to support the event as we believe in building up the next generation of technical experts and we are passionate about energy efficiency.  

Here is the  Op-Ed piece from The Olympian, written by Workforce Board Excecutive Director, Eleni Papadakis, and our own VP of Building Performance, Perry England.


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