August 6 5:30 – 6:30 Valley Teen Center @ TwispWorks If you have ever been interested in teen center involvement in one capacity or another then this is your chance to find out more! Come hear about volunteer opportunities and learn first hand from current volunteers and board members. Refreshments will be provided. For more information, please contact Teen Center VISTA volunteer Jill Beckerman at firstname.lastname@example.org Current volunteer opportunities: Wednesday Activity Night Chaperones Wednesday Activity Night Facilitators Friday Teen Night Chaperones Friday Teen Night Meal Read the Rest…
Twispworks offers multiple options for people interested in getting more involved:
-Take A Tour: TwispWorks offers tours of the campus each Tuesday at 11am or by appointment.
- Volunteer: TwispWorks always needs volunteers around campus. Whether your skills are in graphic design, painting or ping pong there is a place for you. Email email@example.com to find out how you can be a part of the action.
- Employment Opportunities
- Become a tenant: Looking to rent a space or hold an event on the TwispWorks campus? We have a wide variety of spaces available for rent short-term, seasonably and year round. Check out the current spaces that are available and then email Tori Karpenko at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- Join the Board: Members of the TwispWorks Board of Directors of the Twisp Public Development Authority (PDA) assume a critical role in advancing the PDA’s mission: to increase economic vitality in the Methow Valley through programs in education, agriculture, technology, arts and culture. Interested in joining? See who is on the current board and download the job description and application here.
- Donate: The newly formed TwispWorks Foundation is accepting donations! – See below for updated information on available opportunities.
The TwispWorks Foundation is seeking a Development and Outreach Coordinator, an AmeriCorps VISTA postition. Rolling interviews; hiring deadline May 29; start date approximately July 15, 2013 ***please disregard hire date in the attached document, position still available**** Overview of the Position The TwispWorks Foundation seeks an enthusiastic individual to fill the one-year, full-time position of “Development and Outreach Coordinator” on the TwispWorks campus in Twisp, WA. The TwispWorks Foundation is a support organization raising funds and awareness to help transform Read the Rest…
The Valley Teen Center needs adult volunteer chaperones! The number of kids attending the teen center is growing every week and the small (but enthusiastic) crew of regular volunteers needs your help. Activities include movie night, ping-pong, and other games and events such as SuperHero Rollerskate Night. Valley Teen Center Orientation Tuesday, November 10 6 PM Valley Teen Center at TwispWorks Call Elan at 997-3300 with questions, or email email@example.com.
Interested in agriculture in the Methow? On Tuesday, November 13 from 5:00-7:00 p.m., please join us at TwispWorks for a potluck dinner and discussion of upcoming collaborative agriculture opportunities, including participation in the development of a “Made in the Methow” logo and advertising campaign. (See recent post Farmer’s Market Promotion Program grant). Discussion topics at the forum include: -Participation details for the Made in the Methow campaign -Agricultural space available at TwispWorks -An overview of collaborative agriculture strategies from other Read the Rest…
Campus tours are offered by appointment. Call (509) 997-3300 or email us for more information.
If you are interested in talking about a potential use of one of our buildings or another part of the campus, or have an idea to share, please download the TwispWorks Partnership Interest Form, or contact Partnership Director Tori Karpenko at 509-997-3300 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In accordance with RCW 39.04.155, the Twisp PDA maintains an active “small works roster” for professional services, construction and other services. The purpose of the roster is to solicit bids for future public works projects not to exceed $200,000. Bids for such projects are accepted from qualified licensed and bonded contractors who have submitted a completed application. Twisp PDA Small Public Works includes but is not limited to: construction, building, demolition, electrical, renovation and remodeling, alteration, repair, snow removal, sewer and Read the Rest…
Volunteers help with many aspects of TwispWorks. For information on volunteer opportunities, please subscribe to our monthly email newsletter or call (509) 997-3300.
The Twisp PDA Board of Directors includes seven members of the community. There are no current Board openings. If you would like to be considered for a future Board opening, please download the Twisp PDA Board of Directors Job Description & Application and email it to email@example.com.