RISE offers assistance to eligible candidates in obtaining employment at a livable wage by providing services such as comprehensive case management, job experience, and employment and training assistance. Once you are enrolled, you will work with a staff member to navigate community resources to work towards securing stable employment. You will have:
-Access to bus tickets to get to appointments
-Interview clothes so you can dress to impress
-Community resource referrals for housing and childcare
-A caring case manager to help you every step of the way back to gaining independence


Contact: 253-838-6810 ext 176


Assistance through THRIVE can include career exploration, job search basics, and job skills development, such as workplace ethics and communication. All training is coupled with case management support to help a participant set and reach goals. Many programs offer an education component. To be eligible for services you must meet one or more of the following eligibility requirements:
-About to be homeless

-Over 18


Contact: ​253-838-6810


ANEW improves peoples’ lives by providing quality training, employment navigation and supportive services leading to successful family wage careers. Apprenticeship & Non-Traditional Employment for Women is dedicated to improving access and advancement into non-traditional career paths by providing training, employment navigation and supportive services based on financial qualifications and restrictions of grant resource.


Contact:​ 206-381-1384 or visit anewop.org


Courage360 prepares men and women with the courage, knowledge and skills necessary to becoming financially self-sufficient. Pre-employment training provides employability skills for life and careers. It's a five week program -15 weekly class hours, 15 weekly independent study hours- that helps you gain the skills needed for your professional career. 



515 W Harrison #208

Kent, Wa 98032

Office Hours:

Monday thru Wednesday, 8am to 1pm

Thursday, 8am to 5pm

Friday, 8am to 3pm


Contact:​ 253-590-0652


Job leads, job search workshops, retraining, self-employment, and direct access to employers are just a few of the resources WorkSource can provide during your career transition. They provide career and training services and find the best job for you. 


visit http://www.worksourceskc.org/job-seeker-services/ to get started today. 

Manufacturing jobs for women

YWCA has a program called Manufacturing Career Pathways for Women. The program provides courses to help equip you with the skills needed to work a manufacturing job. Eligible students can get assistance with tuition and school-related expenses, search support, and they'll help you find the career path that matches your interest.s


Contact: ​206-336-6979