Pierce County
Financial and Employment Assistance




P: (253)733-4000


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

Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

Career Support and Advice, Dupont: (253)393-5300

1520 Wilmington Dr SE, Ste 200, Dupont

Bellevue: 1(888)237-6835

11000 NE 33rd Pl Suite 200, Bellevue

Website: https://www.aerotek.com/en


Express Employment Professionals

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

Website: https://www.expresspros.com/



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.

Website: https://laborworks.com/



P: 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.

Website: https://www.manpower.com/ManpowerUSA/home



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

Website: https://www.peopleready.com/


Puget Soung Energy (PSE)

P: 1(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)

Website: https://www.pse.com/pages/bill-and-weatherization-assistance


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.

Website: http://www.tracassoc.com/index.html



P: (253)863-5173

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

Website: https://www.vadis.org/






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