October 2012 Posts

KAI recognized as Bicycle Friendly Business

October 30, 2012

This month, the League of American Bicyclists recognized two offices of Kittelson and Associates, Inc. (KAI) with Silver (Boise) and Bronze (Portland) Bicycle Friendly Business (BFB) awards for their role in pedaling America toward greater prosperity. KAI’s Oakland, Reston, and Anchorage offices earned honorable mentions as BFBs.

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KAI's Sacramento Office Welcomes New Staff

October 24, 2012

The year may be winding down, but Kittelson & Associates, Inc.’s (KAI’s) Sacramento, California office is growing faster than ever. Since late August, four new faces have taken up residence at 428 J Street. “The addition of new staff is essential to facilitate and foster future growth here in the KAI Sacramento office,” says office manager Jim Damkowitch. “We look forward to bringing an expanded range of services to our clients throughout California.”

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Youth Transportation Academy Engages Idaho Students in Community Improvements

October 15, 2012

Since receiving its charter in 2007, the Treasure Valley Chapter of the Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS) has been working to not only expand career development opportunities for existing transportation professionals, but to make the field more accessible to the community at large. The Youth Transportation Academy (YTA) is an example of this outreach. YTA’s mission is to “involve local students in all aspects of planning and implementing solutions to regional transportation problems.”

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Rwandan university students aim to leverage education to better their homeland

October 08, 2012

Ephrem Rukundo and Ivan Mutabazi share a common goal: they both want to further their education. In their native Rwanda, where many youngsters must work to help support their families, that is often an unattainable dream. Both have navigated their educational journeys with assistance from the Kittelson Charitable Foundation (KCF). Established in 2007, KCF contributes money, computer equipment, and school supplies to underprivileged youth in Rwanda.

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