By Jenn Fang Northwest Asian Weekly By his own admission, Adam Thomas Crapser has had a difficult journey; but through it all, he has worked hard to create what he calls a “a semblance of a ‘normal’ life”. In 1979, Adam arrived in the United States with his older sister as a transnational and transracial […]
On March 31, an agency that provided education, employment, training, and career development services had to close its doors after 30 years
It’s with sadness that we report that the Center for Career Alternatives (CCA) has closed its doors. The CCA provided education, employment,
The Seattle City Council presented a proclamation recognizing the lifetime work of Alan ‘Al’ Sugiyama, who cofounded the Asian Family Affair newspaper in 1972
Alan “Al” Sugiyama has had the same job for 30 years. As executive director of the Center for Career Alternatives (CCA)
Lately, I’ve met many inspiring women. You’d be surprised, ordinary people can accomplish extraordinary things.
The Center for Career Alternatives (CCA) honored five local companies with their 30th Anniversary Outstanding Community Service Awards.
The Center for Career Alternatives (CCA) Executive Director Alan Sugiyama was presented with an award by Goodwill President and CEO Ken Colling at its appreciation breakfast at Benaroya Hall. CCA was honored as Goodwill’s Outstanding Nonprofit Community Partner for its commitment to changing the lives of disadvantaged youth. ♦