Seattle Housing Authority’s JobLink connects tenants to employment, education and resources.
Refugee Job Placement: World Relief
Hires and helps refugees find work in the United States.
Alliance of People with disAbilities
Provides employment and independent living services for people with disAbilities.
City of Seattle Career Center
The City of Seattle offers an amazing array of career opportunities, with more than 1,100 job titles from 26 operating departments.
King County Career Resources
Documents, useful links and online tools to help you develop a career in public service.
AmeriCorps is a voluntary civil society program supported by the U.S. federal government, foundations, corporations, and other donors engaging adults in public service work with a goal of “helping others and meeting critical needs in the community.”
Jobs skills and worker training (Apprenticeship, Contractor Training, Find Workplace Safety and Health Training, Job Training Programs and Training Assistance for Business).
Washington State Career Bridge
Provides careers and eligible training providers.
YMCA Young Adult Services
Provides employment and life skills.
Offers career development centers and employment training programs, placement and other support services to women and families.
Seattle Jobs Initiative (SJI)
Works to eliminate barriers by aligning support services, including housing, childcare, transportation, and counseling with job skills training and job placement assistance.
Refugee Resettlement Office
Assist with resumes, on line job search, job applications and preparation for interviews.
Live-in program that provides at-risk youth (16-24 years) access to education and job experience.
Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR)
Statewide employment resources for people with disabilities and businesses who are hiring people with disabilities.
A multi-agency consortium that assists low-income job seekers in accessing training, employment, and support services.
CARES of Washington
A non-profit agency providing employment, career advancement, and financial asset development services to low-income families and individuals with disabilities.
Apprenticeship and Non Traditional Employment for Women (ANEW)
Provides a job skills course for low income women interested in non-traditional trades, the program now accepts low income men.
Works to increase access to living wage jobs in Seattle and King County by providing a wide array of services to job-seekers and employers, particularly at SeaTac airport, the Port of Seattle, and in the building and construction trades.
Offers both one-on-one assistance with career development and a weekly workshop series for job readiness skills.
Courage 360 WA
Provides job readiness and computer training for qualifying low income adults.