Workforce Southwest Washington seeks bids for development of social media plan

logo-headerWorkforce Southwest Washington (WSW) is seeking quotes from qualified organizations to develop a social media plan for the WorkSource centers in Vancouver and Kelso, Washington. Companies with experience successfully planning, designing, constructing and implementing social media sites, plans and strategies should submit a bid by Monday, Feb. 20. WSW (formerly known as the Southwest Washington Workforce Development Council), a nonprofit organization founded in 2002, contributes to regional economic growth by providing investments and resources to improve the skills and education of the workforce in Clark, Cowlitz and Wahkiakum counties. For more information and to download the Request for Quotes (RFQ), visit, and scroll down to the “RFP” button in the bottom right corner of the home page.