WorkSource

If you can answer YES to any of these questions, you may qualify for assistance from a Community Based Organization.

  1. Are you receiving welfare/Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) benefits or currently receive food stamps?
  2. Are you currently collecting unemployment or have you collected unemployment within the last 24 months?
  3. Have you or your spouse/domestic partner received a notice of a lay-off?
  4. Are you a veteran or a family member of a veteran?
  5. Are you currently homeless or have received an eviction notice?

*This information is subject to change, these are not the only indicators of enrollment, and these questions do not guarantee enrollment.


College Navigators and WorkSource Case Managers

South Seattle College partners with Community Based Organizations (CBO) to provide College Navigators and WorkSource Case Managers to help guide current and potential students in completing their educational goals. These services work to build bridges at South to support the enrollment to completion process which includes admissions, financial aid, job search, and other basic educational needs.

To learn if you qualify for assistance with a Community Based Organization Visit the WorkSource Front Desk, Robert Smith Building Room #79

Meet the Staff

 

Qualifications for Services
Potential and current students

Programs

Intake and Questions

Kristi O'Neill
Oneill, Kristi
(206) 747-7024 Kristi.ONeill@seattlecolleges.edu

 

Any current or interested student needing help navigating starting school

 

All Programs

Neighborhood House 

Cindy Holland
Holland, Cindy
 cindyh@NHWA.ORG
(206)422-4701 cell

 

Potential and current students who are low income Seattle and King County residents.

Nursing Assistant Certified

Neighborhood House

 

 

 

 

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Htwe, Roland
rolandh@nhwa.org
(206) 588-4900 x601

 

Students  approaching graduation who are Seattle and King County residents, are eligible for basic food, are homeless or risk to be homeless
(No Specific program) Must be willing to look for Fulltime work. 

 

Person's who are homeless or at risk of Homelessness

Neighborhood House

 

 

 

 

Hatch, Jody
jodyh@nhwa.org

206-792-6744

 

Students and Job Seekers who are low income Seattle and King County residents  

 

All Programs, case by case

Pacific Associates

 

 

 

 

Jennifer Escoto
Escoto, Jennifer
jescoto@pacassoc.com
(425) 268-5862

 

Potential and current students who are City of Seattle residents, are eligible for Basic Food, and do not already possess an AA or a BA degree

 

Short Term Industrial Manufacturing
and Short Term Welding Certificate

Pacific Associates

 

 

 

 

Jack Chapman
Chapman, Jack
jchapman@pacassoc.com
(206) 779-4319

 

Qualifications for Services: Potential and current students in their first or second quarter of school who are eligible for Basic Food, and do not already possess an AA or a BA degree

 

Programs: Automotive (Seattle Residences only), Diesel Technology (King County Residences), and CNC Machining (King County Residences)

Pacific Associates

 

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Brooks, Janice
jbrooks@esd.wa.gov
(206) 934-6833

 

Students approaching graduation who are Seattle and King County residents  
(No Specific program)

All Programs, case by case

 

 

 

 

 

Trac Associates

 

 

 

 

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Renetta, Diane

diane@tracassoc.com
(206) 861-4548

 

Potential and current students who are City of Seattle residents, are eligible for Basic Food, and do not already possess an AA or a BA degree

 

Short Term Welding Certificate

TRAC Associates

 

 

 

 

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Moran, Ariosto
ariosto.moran@seattlecolleges.edu
(206) 934-5822

 

Students approaching graduation who are Seattle and King County residents  

 

Nursing Assistant Certified, LPN, and RN Pathways

Asian Counseling and Referral


Him, Sam
samh@acrs.org 
(206) 695-7569

 

Students and job seekers who are low income Seattle and King County residents.

All programs, case by case

YWCA

 

 

 

 

Mollie BeeBe
mbeebe@ywcaworks.org
(206) 336-6979

 

Potential and current students who are City of Seattle residents, are eligible for Basic Food, and do not already possess an AA or a BA degree

 

Business Information Technology and Medical Office and Billing

 

Seattle Goodwill

 

 

 

 

 

Reed, Keith
keith.reed@seattlegoodwill.org
(206) 860-5783

 

Goodwill® services are designed to meet the diverse needs of youth, seniors, veterans and military families, immigrants, and people with disabilities, criminal backgrounds and other specialized needs.

 

All Programs, case by case

 

Seattle Community Colleges

 

 

 

 

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Lockman, Mary

mary.lockman@seattlecolleges.edu
(206) 934-5814

 

Potential and current students interested in Industrial Manufacturing Certification

 

Short Term Industrial Manufacturing

 

Seattle Education Access

 

 

 

 

Martinez, Danika
danika@seattleeducationaccess.org
(509) 830-6103

 

We welcome any low-income person under the age of 30 no matter your ethnicity, principles, legal issues, parenting status, sexual orientation or immigration status.

 

All programs, case by case

 

Seattle Employment Program

Lupe Vidaurri,
Lupe.Vidaurri@seattle.gov
(206) 310-7629

 

Youth ages 16-21 not currently enrolled in a Seattle Public School
Must be able to work legally in the USA
Desire to obtain GED or High School Diploma
Desire to enroll in college or advanced training in order to obtain livable wage employment. Meet income eligibility

We specifically provide case management to youth who meet the above qualifications and focus on their GED or High School completion and may also provide the youth with opportunities to participate in a paid internship.





Location:

Robert Smith Building
(RSB 79)
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Hours:

Monday - Thursday:
8 am to 4:30 pm
Friday:
8 am to 1:00 pm

(Closed all major holidays)

Phone:

206-934-5304

Georgetown Campus

6737 Corson Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98108
Building B Room 124

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Hours:

Monday -  Friday:

9 am to 5 pm

(Closed all major holidays)

Phone:

206-934-5359



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