Colleges and Programs
Washington Career Bridge – Here is a state government website that will help you find the education requirements you need to get the career you want. Some of the features include exploring careers, job trends, education options and financial assistance such as grants, loans, scholarships and work study.
Washington Student Achievement Council – All accredited colleges and universities in the state are conveniently accessible from this webpage.
Washington DOE, Certifications – This webpage on the Dept. of Education website contains information about the certification and renewal process for classroom teachers, principals, paraeducators, school counselors, and superintendents.
Job Seekers and Career
Working for Washington – You could be helping a vulnerable child, make highways safer or restore salmon habitat….the work that state employees do matters to the people of Washington. For those who want to make a difference, take a look at the career opportunities available in the State of Washington.
Washington Education Association, Higher Education Jobs – Looking for a job in higher education? The links here will connect you to the human resources departments at all Washington community colleges, technical and regional colleges and universities.
Washington Education Association, School District Jobs – If you are looking for employment in a Washington K-12 school district, this is a great place to look. Links to each school district across the state are available.
Leadership and Development
Career Connect Washington – By weaving together college and work, this organization seeks to build a better workforce, better lives and a better Washington. Members include business, labor, education and community leaders who create the work-based and academic programs for young adults to explore and learn from.
Washington Public Instruction, Learning and Teacher Resources – If you are current a teacher in the K-12 school system, this resource has so much relative to content support that is right in line with state assessment and education policies. As well, network and professional development resources for teachers, paraeducators and administrators. And, be sure to check out the site’s Resource Clearinghouse …..amazing!!
Washington Teachers Association – This organization is committed to educational excellence. Their purpose is to support, encourage and promote members in the effort to provide quality public education.
Impact Washington – Members of this organization have worked in every facet of manufacturing as floor managers, product engineers, project managers, executives, researchers, materials scientists and more. Their aim is to strive to support and energize the local industry by enhancing the productivity and technology performance of Washington manufacturers.
Associated General Contractors of Washington – Representing member firms’ interests, enhancing work performance and building a better climate for construction are aims of this organization.
Entrepreneurs and Start-ups
Washington Small Business Guidance – This state sponsored website speaks directly to the small business community in Washington. The mission is to listen to businesses, then drive action to make it easier to do business in the state. Guidance relative to understanding what is needed to comply with Washington’s licensing and regulatory requirements is a primary focus.
Washington Office of SBA – This website has an abundance of good and necessary information for the small business owner. Additional helpful information on topics such as licensing, trade name registration, permits and zoning ordinances.
Washington State, Department of Veterans Affairs – Many of the services needed by our country’s well-deserved veterans can be found here. Compensation claims, counsel on employment, educational programs, medical care entitlement, nursing home assistance, and other related activities and resources for veterans are available.
Washington Career Bridge, Military Service – You and your family members may qualify for tuition assistance depending on your length of service, active duty status and other factors. There are month stipend programs, on-the-job training and apprenticeship information as well on this state government sponsored website.
Washington Department of Veterans Affairs – On this site, veterans will find an abundance of information on centers, facilities, programs, benefits, and much much more. A super resource for our nation’s heroes.
The American Legion – Washington – Here is a comprehensive resource directory to assist veterans, service members, and their dependents with questions about healthcare, financial assistant, and more.