"To be successful in our mission, we must be engaged with all of the communities we serve. That means engagement with our students, our partners in business and industry, our education partners, our neighbors in the surrounding community and our faculty and staff." --Lee Lambert, Shoreline Community College President
Plus 50 Career Builder Program offers short, non-credit courses specially designed to provide job retraining for those 50 years of age and older.
Business Accelerator (and the City of Shoreline's Economic Development Office) works on business planning with new and emerging Shoreline businesses.
Professional Technical Advisory Committees promote collaboration between specific educational programs and business, industry, and labor in preparing students for their chosen career. These committees are an effective way to make the educational delivery system respond to the needs of a constantly changing labor market.
Learning Center North (LCN) serves youth ages 16 to 21 who haven't completed high school but want to earn their GED and go on to college, technical training and/or employment.
Career Education Options offers out-of-school individuals aged 16 - 21, without a high school diploma, the chance to return to school for the education and job training needed for a successful career.
Global Affairs Center brings world views and awareness to the campus and local community. By encouraging critical thinking and dialog on global issues such as humanitarian assistance, development, the environment and commerce we hope that our programs lead to sustained personal involvement in global affairs.
Center for Service Learning engages students in meaningful service opportunities that are purposefully linked with the academic curriculum.
Parent-Child Center offers nationally accredited and Eco-Friendly certified childcare and early childhood education. Children's classroom experiences are uniquely enriched by access to college facilities and activities.
Women's Center offers free services to those considering returning to college after a significant time away or who feel they need additional support and advice in making the transition into higher education.
Multicultural Center promotes academic success and personal empowerment by providing opportunities for people of all cultures to meet, explore their origins, and to work toward mutual respect, and appreciation.
The College Art Gallery is an important venue for local artists and provides an excellent opportunity for students and visitors to keep in touch with trends in the visual arts.
Northwest Solar Fest, a renewable energy and sustainable living fair, takes place each summer on the Shoreline Community College campus.
Human Resources publishes notices for employment opportunities. Shoreline Community College provides equal opportunity in education and employment and does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, marital status, gender, sexual orientation or disability.
Room Rentals of campus facilities are available to the community for a variety of events and uses.
Veterans' Programs at Shoreline Community College are nationally recognized, supporting veterans and making their experience at Shoreline a success.
Dental Hygiene Clinic is an educational institution where dental hygiene students treat patients under instructor supervision.
Workforce Education Funding helps eligible students access financial assistance with education costs at Shoreline Community College.
WorkSource Connection/Job Connections Center provides students, community members and employers with career and job search resources.