Seattle Colleges—Seattle Central, North Seattle, South Seattle, and Seattle Vocational Institute—offers technical training for students who juggle work, school, family, and other obligations.
Our personal navigator can help you:
Seattle’s Office of Economic Development, SkillUp Washington, Urban Research Park, Seattle Jobs Initiative, and the Seattle King County Workforce Development Council have played a central role in supporting working adults. These partners help with seed money, planning, program development, program staffing, business expertise, and connecting students with employers.
The Seattle Colleges have partners who can provide resources to students. Organizations such as the Seattle Jobs Initiative Career Pathways program, Neighborhood House, TRAC & Associates, YWCA, SEIU 1199NW Multi-Employer Training and Education Fund, and others provide tuition assistance support for program-related requirements.
We understand the demands of working and going to school and we’ve made our programs more accessible to you. We offer programs in these high demand sectors:
Seattle is a global hub for the technology economy. IT jobs are exploding at companies such as Google, Facebook, Amazon, Boeing, and hundreds of small to mid-sized employers are hiring all the time. We can prepare you for:
Right now in Seattle there are four jobs available for every one healthcare worker. That means healthcare professionals have choices. The healthcare industry needs people across all areas of patient care as well as office and administrative roles. Programs in healthcare include:
Business and Accounting programs prepare you for entry-level bookkeeping careers and general office employment. Courses help you develop core skills, including communication, organization, technology, financial and marketing analysis, hiring, and ways to nurture innovation and maintain ethical business practices.
The manufacturing process requires many different roles, skills, and expertise. Whether you are building circuits, operating machines, fabricating composites, or driving long haul trailers, your skills will be in high demand.
ECE certification leads to opportunities to teach and guide children in settings such as day care facilities, preschool programs, licensed in-home day care programs and others. More and more programs require preschool teachers to have a bachelor’s degree. We have pathways so you can get there.
Complete the following steps by clicking the “Enroll Now” link below. If you need assistance, your personal navigator will guide you.
We’re making education more accessible for your workers to further their education and advance their careers. Classes and programs are available at night, on weekends, and online. We support your commitment to the development of your workforce and can provide tools and resources to your employees such as:
We’re here for you. We can meet you on campus, in the evenings, or on site at your workplace to assist you.
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