WorkSource Affiliate Downtown Seattle

Location

2024 Third Ave.
Seattle, WA 98121
United States

Hours

No Hours Available.

Contact

Front Desk
WorkSource Affiliate Downtown Seattle is an American Job Center operated by the YWCA Seattle | King | Snohomish at YWCA Opportunity Place in Downtown Seattle.

At this WorkSource site, we offer a variety of employment, educational and economic empowerment services including:

  • A job bank with computers, phones, and fax as well as updated job listings
  • Career development assistance including resume, cover letter and interview assistance
  • Technology workshops and “open lab” for application assistance
  • Career counseling, job clubs, resume clinics, mock interviews, and applications help
  • Job fairs, hiring events, employer panels, and industry forums
  • Basic education, ESL, and GED classes as well as the High School 21+ program
  • Individualized and intensive employment services based on program eligibility

Program Partners include:

  • BankWork$
  • CareerWork$ Medical
  • DSHS (Basic Food Employment & Training, Resources to Initiate Successful Employment, and Title V programs)
  • Employment Security Department
  • Express Credit Union
  • King County Homeless Employment Program
  • King County Veterans Program
  • Neighborhood House
  • Renton Technical College
  • TRAC Associates
  • Washington State Department of Commerce (Workfirst Employment programs)
  • Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act
  • YWCA Health Access programs

Services Offered

Career Centers
Job Training

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