Life After High School
Full or part-time public service positions in the education, public safety, healthcare, or environmental protection fields.
Youths ages 14-17 can apply to gain job skills, teamwork experience, and an environmental education.
Search the U.S. Dept. of Labor, Office of Apprenticeships, and CareerOneStop to find apprenticeships.
Search for paid internships, summer jobs, or entry level positions from thousands of companies.
Free education and training program to learn about careers, earn a high school diploma or GED, and find a quality job.
Young adults ages 18-25 can work can apply to work on restoration, trail, or spike crews.
Find everything you need to know about becoming an apprentice in Washington State.
Gain critical work experience, technical and professional skills working with a partner company for six months.
16 week certificate program to learn the basic operations of a cafe and barista skills.
Gain job experience, earn certifications, and learn construction skills to help build affordable housing, community centers, and schools.