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Pierce County
Financial, Employment, and Education Assistance





Federal Way: 33930 Weyerhaeuser Way S, Suite 101, Federal Way

Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

Dupont: Career Support and Advice:

1520 Wilmington Dr SE, Ste 200, Dupont


Bellevue: (888)237-6835

11000 NE 33rd Pl Suite 200, Bellevue


Express Pros

Various locations throughout King and Pierce Counties. Free job placement – long and short term.




Locations in King, Pierce, and Thurston Counties

Come by 5:30am to be matched with a job for the day/week. Can be hired by companies after 320 hours. Jobs in nearly every industry, staffing specialists.



Tukwila: (206)241-9005

14900 Interurban Ave S, Suite 296, Tukwila

Tacoma: (253)473-5023

4002 Tacoma Mall Blvd, Suite 103A, Tacoma

Career resources and support, certificate programs, skills development, GED program and full college tuition coverage, skills assessments.



Various locations throughout King, Pierce, and Thurston Counties. Must have ID, two business references, and a current resume. Industrial job availabilities.


Puget Sound Energy (PSE)

(888)225-5773 Mon-Fri 7:30am - 6:30pm

Various locations throughout King, Pierce, and Thurston Counties. Offers: Home Energy Lifeline Program (HELP), Weatherization Assistance Program, and Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)


TRAC Associates

Locations throughout King and Pierce Counties.

Programs include:

Employment and case management services for King County homeless, individuals with mental health deterioration and/or Substance Use Disorder, seniors, people with disabilities, and those at risk of homelessness. Offers vocational assessments and training funds. Must qualify for Medicare.


King County Jobs Initiative (KCJI): Supportive services and job training for low-income. Trainings are 12 weeks or less. Provides help with childcare, transportation, and emergency needs. 4-day job readiness trainings also available.

Basic Food Employment and Training (BFET): Job and educational services available to basic food recipients who do not participate in Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF).


Dislocated Workers Program: For unemployed.


Career Pathways: Offers tuition assistance for partial training costs.


Health Profession Opportunity Grants (HPOG): For TANF recipients and low-income individuals.


Employment Network: Job placement and assessments for SSDI and SSI recipients. Job retention services for up to 60 months.

Social Security Expert Witness Program: Provides evidence at judicial hearings.

Department of Labor and Industries.




Locations in King, Pierce, and Thurston counties. Case management, employment, and life skills for young adults; low-income housing for people with disabilities.


Loan Forgiveness

Military Student Loan Forgiveness: Active Duty and Veterans (

Best Trade Schools

Best Trade Schools has created a guide to help returning military service members identify trade school opportunities.  Click the link below to learn more:

Best Trade Schools for Veterans - Best Trade Schools (




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