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This is Lynette’s second time working at Pioneer Industries and she is excelling in her position. She has been in various roles in the aerospace metal/vinyl division, cargo liners division and now she is working in the QA department. Lynette also was accepted into the AJAC Apprenticeship two-year sheet metal fabrication program...

Pioneer is very proud of Shawna Smith, buyer at Pioneer Industries, who was elected to the Board of Directors for the Association of Women in the Metal Industries (AWMI) Seattle Chapter. She is the first woman from Pioneer to be elected to the board.

AWMI is a national...

So many people have limited cooking skills so James Noriega, housing case manager at Pioneer Pathway House in Spokane, created a cooking program and partnered with Mosaic Fellowship, a local church.  Mosaic and James came up with eight different crock-pot recipes that had six ingredients or less. Mosaic...

Today is International Women's Day and Pioneer is celebrating our women in manufacturing who work in every area of our three plants. Someone asked, “Do you really have women working in production?” The answer is, “YES WE DO!”

Back in 1985 a new team was showing up to work on Pioneer’s airplane cargo liner orders...

“When I finally accepted and understood that alcohol was at the root of my problems, I started making some steps in the right direction. Pioneer’s staff guided me to the services I needed on a few occasions when I started slipping – they really cared enough to make sure my personal needs were being addressed to get me on the right track again.”

Tim ran pretty wild in his primary years...

Pioneer’s Tacoma Residential Reentry Center was recently featured in the Seattle Times! Read full story below:

By Jennifer Sullivan
Seattle Times staff reporter

TACOMA — Seattle architect Eric Cobb knelt on the pavement, dangerously close to the rumbling tractor-...

Learn about how Pioneer’s youth services, Selma Carson Home worked with a teenage boy on his studies while he was waiting for his immigration hearing.

Rubin is a 16 year old Mexican boy whose father disappeared after he was born leaving his mother to raise the family. When Rubin was seven years old his mother died and he moved in with his grandmother in a...

Julia is a residential treatment manager at Pioneer Center North (PCN) in Sedro Woolley, WA. Julia has been working at PCN for 21 years and realizes the importance of giving back and community engagement for the residents. Read her story below about a juvenile outreach program she started that not only helped the PCN residents, but aided the youth in their recovery journey.

PCN provides semi-secure, long-term...

We met Anthony when he was released from prison and sent to Pioneer’s Lincoln Park Work Release in Tacoma.  Case managers at Lincoln Park recommended he attend Pioneer’s Roadmap to Success training program. At the Roadmap graduation, Anthony gave a very powerful speech about his life and will to succeed that you can read...

Pioneer celebrated the opening of Spruce Street Inn’s new outdoor recreational space. The outdoor space will provide youth who are residing at the center with a healthy outlet to play games, get exercise and fresh air, and another option to work out their anger and anxiety.

Spruce Street Inn fills an important need for vulnerable youth in our...

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