Work Readiness Program

Work Readiness is a no-cost program for youth ages 16-24 whose goal is to obtain their GED and become employed. A Washington State Certificated teacher leads students through a variety of life skill lessons and activities in the on-site Learning Center. Employment specialists assist students with career exploration and building employment skills.
The Work Readiness Program provides:
  • on-site case management
  • work readiness instruction
  • academic instruction
  • paid work experience
  • on-the job training
  • job placement assistance
  • follow-up services
Assistance is given to access other support services such as:
  • housing
  • domestic issues
  • transportation
  • legal issues
  • physical/mental health
  • substance abuse