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Worker Retraining

Upgrade your skills, or train for a new career.

 

The State Worker Retraining Program can provide job training for people who wish to gain additional training in their existing field or get started on a new career path.

Information and Updates

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to commonly asked questions about the Worker Retraining program.

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Additional Funding Resources
Additional Funding Resources

Edmonds College offers many funding assistance programs to help with tuition, books, supplies, and childcare.

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Career Action Center
Career Action Center

The Career Action Center provides assistance with career information, job searching, internship education, and recruitment opportunities.

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Qualifications and Services


Qualifications:

  • Facing a layoff
  • Currently collecting unemployment benefits
  • Unemployed and exhausted unemployment benefits within the past 48 months
  • Displaced homemaker, a person who has recently lost his or her primary source of income within the past 48 months
  • Self-employed, now unemployed within the past 48 months
  • Discharged veterans within the past 48 months
  • Active duty military with a notice of separation
  • Temporary workers who were dislocated from a previous job
  • Vulnerable Workers

What Services Will I Receive?

  • Tuition and books
  • Career counseling
  • Early registration
  • Assistance applying for other funding resources
  • Job search assistance

 

Contact Us


Gina Certain | 425.640.1433 | gcertain@edmonds.edu

Mountlake Terrace Hall, Room 130.
Office hours: Mon.-Thurs., 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., and Fridays remote hours only from 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. ZOOM appointments available by request. Email Gina Certain at gcertain@edmonds.edu.