Because of this collaboration between the NPUC and local conferences, each Northwest church will be able to receive a one-year license from the Voice of Prophecy to the following resources for little to no cost:
Committed Seventh-day Adventist members and organizations, many of them connected with ASI (Adventist Laymen's Services and Industries) Northwest, are meeting needs around the world. These pages illustrate just a few examples. There are many more.
The Northwest chapter for Adventist Laymen’s Services and Industries (ASI NW) is finalizing plans for its annual convention, which highlights efforts to share the Adventist message and mission across our region and around the world.
With a changing career landscape and increasingly specific demands from employers, the WWU student development center (SDC) is helping students navigate the road ahead.
Young people are confronted with some of life’s biggest and toughest questions: What should I do with my life? How do I want to live? How can I make a difference? Where will I find stability? What is my calling?
Free Peer Tutoring
The SDC provides free tutoring by more than 40 peer tutors in eight major subject areas. The most popular subjects for tutoring are mathematics, languages and writing. The SDC provides more than 1,500 tutoring appointments per quarter.
Living and Learning Support
1. Help define goals.
Switch the focus from choosing the perfect major to defining personal and career goals.