Workforce Education

Workforce education helps people get money for school and into the workforce. 

Workforce Education can help you with

  • Tuition and fees
  • Money for books, transportation, and school supplies
  • Personal one-on-one support and advising to help you figure out the best path to meet your goals

Learn how Workforce funding works and how you may be eligible:

How it Works

We meet with you, talk about your goals, and look at all your options. If you qualify for funding, we’ll give you step-by-step instructions on how to get help with tuition and supplies to start down the path toward more training and a great job.

Choose one of the following ways to find out if you qualify 

Option 1: Schedule a 15-minute phone meeting with one of our staff and we’ll be able to give you a general idea of what you qualify for.

Make an appointment

 

Option 2: Take a quick survey and attend a workshop

You likely qualify if any of the following apply:

A recently laid off worker, low-income individual, person receiving unemployment benefits, parent receiving cash assistance, food-stamp recipient, and others.

Ready to start the funding application?

It might be helpful to have your social security number and income information available. But, it is not required to complete the application. If you need help with the application, our staff is here to help.

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Learn more about our Workforce funding options

We have several programs that help you complete your education including BFET, Opportunity Grants, Workfirst, and Worker Retraining.

Learn more about our programs

Contact Us

Workforce Education

Location
FOSS (5000) Building, Room 5101
Email
workforce@shoreline.edu
Phone
(206) 546-5882
Fax
(206) 546-6992
Hours
Monday - Thursday
8am - 5pm
Friday
8am - 12pm