Upcoming WorkSource Events

In-person events are no longer being held. Online events and updates are posted below. Please follow us on Facebook or check this page for updates on new online events.

*UNDER DEVELOPMENT - Virtual Job Fair. If you are an employer that is recruiting for urgent and critical positions and would like to participate in a virtual job fair, please contact our Business Solutions Team at business.solutions@workforcesnohomish.org or 425-921-3426

Below is a list of upcoming WorkSource Events for Snohomish County, for a list of WorkSource events for all counties please visit WorkSourceWA

Title
Date / TIme
Mon, Sep 21, 2020 from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
Please register with an email address then a link will be sent prior to the class. Questions? email Jean Nash (jnash@esd.wa.gov)
Description
Each of the six modules are four days long, starting on the first business day of each week.

Some details vary by location, typically:

  • Each day consist of three hours of in-class instruction and two hours of extended learning and projects

  • If a class registrations are full, acceptance in to a class is based on the following criteria:



  1. Program referrals

  2. Veterans

  3. Continuing or returning students

  4. Wait list*

  5. Walk-ins (not program-connected)


Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending the workshop.

Contact Jean Nash at jnash@esd.wa.gov or 425-258-6306 for any additional questions or changes.

If you entered a valid email address, you will receive email updates of any registration or status changes. Remember to check your SPAM folder if you are not receiving emails from us.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Jean Nash, jnash@esd.wa.gov, (425) 258-6306, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Module 3: Communication – Communication is a skill that never stops growing! Come learn how to improve your skills and odds of landing that next job!
  • Learn about interpersonal and business communication and discover your own style
  • Develop better listening, writing, computer and presentation skills
  • Find out about verbal & non-verbal cues, practice conflict resolution and get tips on emotional control
  • Get tips on how to present yourself the right way on the phone, in email and on social media.
Date / TIme
Mon, Sep 21, 2020 from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
Please register with an email address then a link will be sent prior to the class. Questions? email Todd Morgan at tmorgan@esd.wa.gov
Description
Each of the six modules are four days long, starting on the first business day of each week. Actual class time is 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM each day.

Some details vary by location, typically:

  • Each day consists of 3 hours of in-class instruction and 2 hours of extended learning and projects.

  • Certificates are distributed after four days of attendance

  • If a class registrations are full, acceptance in to a class is based on the following criteria:



  1. Program referrals

  2. Veterans

  3. Continuing or returning students

  4. Wait list*

  5. Walk-ins (not program-connected)


Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your job-seeker account prior to attending the workshop.

Contact Todd Morgan at tmorgan@esd.wa.gov for any additional questions or changes.

*The wait list is automated: if you entered a valid email address, you will receive email updates of any registration or status changes. Remember to check your SPAM folder if you are not receiving emails from us.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Todd Morgan at tmorgan@esd.wa.gov or 425-309-0160, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Module 3: Communication – Communication is a skill that never stops growing! Come learn how to improve your skills and odds of landing that next job!
  • Learn about interpersonal and business communication and discover your own style
  • Develop better listening, writing, computer and presentation skills
  • Find out about verbal & non-verbal cues, practice conflict resolution and get tips on emotional control
  • Get tips on how to present yourself the right way on the phone, in email and on social media.
Date / TIme
Mon, Sep 21, 2020 from 1:00 PM-4:00 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Link and meeting information will be shared by email at least 1 hour before the online workshop begins.
Description


A waitlist option will be enabled for this event. This waitlist is automated and if an attendee drops their registration, the next registrant on the waitlist will be invited. Each workshop requires a separate registration.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Successful job seekers take the time to learn what employers want. Learn how two of the four primary pieces of job-search-related communication convey to a prospective employer who you are, what you know and what you have to offer. Learn which résumé and cover letter formats best display your skills, knowledge and abilities in order to attract employers and lead to more interviews!

Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop.



When you sign up for this event, please use the same name and email address that you use with your worksourcewa.com account, if possible.



Contact the facilitators listed below in the contact lines for any additional questions or changes.



For accommodation requests ONLY:
If you need an accommodation for a disability to participate in this training, please contact Aletha McGee at amcgee@esd.wa.gov. Provide your name, accommodation request, and your town/city of residence. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made. If you have limited English proficiency and need information in a language other than English, please contact Aletha for language assistance.
Date / TIme
Mon, Sep 21, 2020 from 1:00 PM-3:00 PM
Location
Please register with an email address then a link will be sent prior to the class. Questions? email esdgpsnocowioateam@esd.wa.gov
Description
Contact Name: Emitt Thrower
Contact Phone: 425-345-9770
Contact Email: emittthrower@housinghope.org
Workshop Language Option: English
Event Registration: Sign Up Required

During this presentation you will learn the answers to the following questions. What is WIOA? Who is eligible to enroll? How can WIOA help me? What to except if do enroll?

Find out about  Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). We will provide information about eligibility and an overview of resources available to eligible jobseekers.
Date / TIme
Tue, Sep 22, 2020 from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Link and meeting information will be shared by email at least 1 hour before the online workshop begins.
Description


Before signing up, check to see if you have the minimum hardware, browser, and operating systems required HERE. Video conferencing will use a large portion of bandwidth and data. Before signing up, be sure you have a data plan or reliable WiFi access that can accommodate this. To attend the workshop, you are encouraged to use a device capable of viewing video and content and have audio capability. For information on how to join a WebEx meeting to attend the workshop, go HERE.



A waitlist option will be enabled for this event. This waitlist is automated and if an attendee drops their registration, the next registrant on the waitlist will be invited. Each workshop requires a separate registration.



When you sign up for this event, please use the same name and email address that you use with your worksourcewa.com account, if possible.



Contact the facilitators listed above in the contact lines for any additional questions or changes.



For accommodation requests ONLY:



If you need an accommodation for a disability to participate in this training, please contact Aletha McGee at amcgee@esd.wa.gov. Provide your name, accommodation request, and your town/city of residence. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made. If you have limited English proficiency and need information in a language other than English, please contact Aletha for language assistance.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Today’s economy requires workers who can transfer skills from one work setting to another and who have the kinds of personal qualities that make organizations successful.

In this workshop, you will learn to identify, demonstrate and package, with confidence, your skills and personal qualities in ways that will be meaningful to employers. You also will learn oral communication skills and practice delivering a 60-Second Commercial - a brief, high-impact presentation to potential employers.
Date / TIme
Tue, Sep 22, 2020 from 1:00 PM-4:00 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Link and meeting information will be shared by email at least 1 hour before the online workshop begins.
Description


Before signing up, check to see if you have the minimum hardware, browser, and operating systems required HERE. Video conferencing will use a large portion of bandwidth and data. Before signing up, be sure you have a data plan or reliable WiFi access that can accommodate this. To attend the workshop, you are encouraged to use a device capable of viewing video and content and have audio capability. For information on how to join a WebEx meeting to attend the workshop, go HERE.



A waitlist option will be enabled for this event. This waitlist is automated and if an attendee drops their registration, the next registrant on the waitlist will be invited. Each workshop requires a separate registration.



When you sign up for this event, please use the same name and email address that you use with your worksourcewa.com account, if possible.



Contact the facilitators listed above in the contact lines for any additional questions or changes.



For accommodation requests ONLY:



If you need an accommodation for a disability to participate in this training, please contact Aletha McGee at amcgee@esd.wa.gov. Provide your name, accommodation request, and your town/city of residence. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made. If you have limited English proficiency and need information in a language other than English, please contact Aletha for language assistance.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

An important part of any job search is to understand the employer’s point of view. In this workshop, you'll  learn how employers read applications and how to be better prepared to meet an employer’s expectations.

The workshop explores how to organize and communicate your skills and abilities in a way that stands out from the crowd. You'll leave the workshop with a master application that's helpful when filling out paper and electronic applications, and start you on your way to developing a résumé.
Date / TIme
Tue, Sep 22, 2020 from 2:00 PM-4:00 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Register for the workshop and the instructor will email meeting links to you by 5:00 p.m. the preceding Friday
Description
Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop.

This Workshop does not count as a job search activity for unemployment.

Contact Jean Nash at jnash@esd.wa.gov for any additional questions or changes.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Jean Nash, jnash@esd.wa.gov Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.

This workshop is offered online through WebEx meetings. Before signing up, check to see if you have the minimum hardware, browser, and operating systems required to access this service: https://help.webex.com/en-us/nki3xrq/Webex-Meetings-Suite-System-Requirements#reference_91D7DC41368764B9E37B8593ED86A11C.



Video conferencing will use a large portion of bandwidth and will use a significant amount of data. Before signing up, be sure you have a data plan or reliable WiFi access that can accommodate this. To attend the workshop, you should use a device capable of viewing video and content (computer, mobile device, or video system) and have audio capability. For information on how to join a WebEx meeting to attend the workshop, go to: https://help.webex.com/en-us/nrbgeodb/Join-a-Webex-Meeting. When you sign up for this event, please use the same name and email address that you use with your worksourcewa.com account, if possible.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: No

Unit Six: Our money, our future

Concepts: Long-term money decisions, consumer protection, and how to talk with kids about money

Description: Students will examine how choices today will impact their future and the future of their children.

Class times: 2:00 - 4:00 (2 day class - Register for Tuesday)
Date / TIme
Wed, Sep 23, 2020 from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Link and meeting information will be shared by email at least 1 hour before the online workshop begins.
Description


A waitlist option will be enabled for this event. This waitlist is automated and if an attendee drops their registration, the next registrant on the waitlist will be invited. Each workshop requires a separate registration.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Successful job seekers take the time to learn what employers want. Learn how two of the four primary pieces of job-search-related communication convey to a prospective employer who you are, what you know and what you have to offer. Learn which résumé and cover letter formats best display your skills, knowledge and abilities in order to attract employers and lead to more interviews!

Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop.



When you sign up for this event, please use the same name and email address that you use with your worksourcewa.com account, if possible.



Contact the facilitators listed below in the contact lines for any additional questions or changes.



For accommodation requests ONLY:
If you need an accommodation for a disability to participate in this training, please contact Aletha McGee at amcgee@esd.wa.gov. Provide your name, accommodation request, and your town/city of residence. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made. If you have limited English proficiency and need information in a language other than English, please contact Aletha for language assistance.
Date / TIme
Wed, Sep 23, 2020 from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
Reunión en línea de WebEx: La información del enlace y de la reunión se compartirá por correo electrónico como mínimo 1 hora antes de que comience el taller en línea
Description


La videoconferencia utilizar una gran parte del ancho de banda de internet y una gran cantidad de datos. Antes de participar, aseg rese de tener un plan de datos o acceso WiFi confiable que pueda acomodar esto. Para asistir el taller, debe usar un dispositivo, o una combinaci n de dispositivos, con capaz de ver video y contenido (computadora, dispositivo m vil o sistema de video) y tener capacidad de audio. Para obtener informaci n sobre c mo unirse a una reuni n de WebEx para asistir al taller, vaya AQUI. Se estabilizar una opci n de lista de espera para este evento. Si un solicitante retira su registro, se invitar al siguiente solicitante de registro de la lista de espera. Cada taller requiere un registro separado. Cuando te registres en este evento, usa el mismo nombre y direcci n de correo electr nico que usas con tu cuenta de worksourcewa.com, si es posible.



Si necesita alg n tipo de servicio especial por una condici n de discapacidad en este taller de empleo, por favor comun quese con Aletha McGee, su email: amcgee@esd.wa.gov. Deber facilitar su nombre, el tipo de servicio especial requerido y su ciudad de residencia. Ind quenos los servicios especiales que require cuanto antes para poder acomodarlos. Si su nivel de ingl s es limitado y necesita informaci n en otro idioma distinto al ingl s, ind queselo a Aletha para poder acomodar el idioma necesario.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

¿Cuáles son sus habilidades? ¿Cómo puede transferir sus habilidades de un sitio de trabajo a otro? En este taller, aprenderá a identificar, demonstrar y presentar sus destrezas y cualidades. Aprenderá sobre como presentarse a empleadores de una manera breve y de alto impacto mediante la creación de un “comercial” personal.
Date / TIme
Wed, Sep 23, 2020 from 10:00 AM-11:00 AM
Location
Virtual
Description
Entry to Apprenticeship Registration

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required

Are you interested in a long-term career and not just a job? The Entry to Apprenticeship Workshop is an apprenticeships pathway overview for those curious about stable, well-paying trade careers. Learn about: what apprenticeship programs are; the range of apprenticeable occupations; apprenticeship benefits and requirements; application process, selection and timeline. Find out if apprenticeship is for you!
Date / TIme
Wed, Sep 23, 2020 from 11:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
brightspringhealth.webex.com
Access Code: 160 458 9437 | Password: 123456
Description
If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.

Join WorkSource Youth Center every Wednesday at 11 am at their Orientation, here you will learn:

  • Assistance with Training & Employment
  • Education guidance & GED services
  • Direct access to college navigators, Job Corps & mental health counseling
  • Wrap-around Case Management services

To participate in this program, a young person must be low-income and meet one of the following requirements:
1) Deficient in basic literacy skills
2) English Language Learner
3) a school dropout
4) homeless
5) a runaway
6) a foster child
7) an individual with a disability
8) pregnant or a parent
9) an offender
10) requires additional assistance to complete education or secure and hold employment.
Date / TIme
Wed, Sep 23, 2020 from 1:00 PM-4:00 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Link and meeting information will be shared by email at least 1 hour before the online workshop begins.
Description


Before signing up, check to see if you have the minimum hardware, browser, and operating systems required HERE. Video conferencing will use a large portion of bandwidth and data. Before signing up, be sure you have a data plan or reliable WiFi access that can accommodate this. To attend the workshop, you are encouraged to use a device capable of viewing video and content and have audio capability. For information on how to join a WebEx meeting to attend the workshop, go HERE.



A waitlist option will be enabled for this event. This waitlist is automated and if an attendee drops their registration, the next registrant on the waitlist will be invited. Each workshop requires a separate registration.



When you sign up for this event, please use the same name and email address that you use with your worksourcewa.com account, if possible.



Contact the facilitators listed above in the contact lines for any additional questions or changes.



For accommodation requests ONLY:



If you need an accommodation for a disability to participate in this training, please contact Aletha McGee at amcgee@esd.wa.gov. Provide your name, accommodation request, and your town/city of residence. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made. If you have limited English proficiency and need information in a language other than English, please contact Aletha for language assistance.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

You might have the best résumé ever, but if you don’t interview well, it won’t matter. Being able to handle a job interview is a necessity for any job seeker. Knowing what employers are looking for and being prepared are absolute musts. In this workshop, you will learn valuable interviewing tips and have the chance to practice answers to frequently asked—and sometimes difficult—questions in a supportive, realistic environment.
Date / TIme
Thu, Sep 24, 2020 from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
Reunión en línea de WebEx: La información del enlace y de la reunión se compartirá por correo electrónico como mínimo 1 hora antes de que comience el taller en línea
Description


La videoconferencia utilizar una gran parte del ancho de banda de internet y una gran cantidad de datos. Antes de participar, aseg rese de tener un plan de datos o acceso WiFi confiable que pueda acomodar esto. Para asistir el taller, debe usar un dispositivo, o una combinaci n de dispositivos, con capaz de ver video y contenido (computadora, dispositivo m vil o sistema de video) y tener capacidad de audio. Para obtener informaci n sobre c mo unirse a una reuni n de WebEx para asistir al taller, vaya AQUI. Se estabilizar una opci n de lista de espera para este evento. Si un solicitante retira su registro, se invitar al siguiente solicitante de registro de la lista de espera. Cada taller requiere un registro separado. Cuando te registres en este evento, usa el mismo nombre y direcci n de correo electr nico que usas con tu cuenta de worksourcewa.com, si es posible.



Si necesita alg n tipo de servicio especial por una condici n de discapacidad en este taller de empleo, por favor comun quese con Aletha McGee, su email: amcgee@esd.wa.gov. Deber facilitar su nombre, el tipo de servicio especial requerido y su ciudad de residencia. Ind quenos los servicios especiales que require cuanto antes para poder acomodarlos. Si su nivel de ingl s es limitado y necesita informaci n en otro idioma distinto al ingl s, ind queselo a Aletha para poder acomodar el idioma necesario.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Usted podría tener el mejor resume pero si no actúa bien en una entrevista, no importará. El poder controlar una entrevista de trabajo es una necesidad para cualquier buscador de empleo. Es imperativo el saber qué buscan los empleadores y estar preparado para la entrevista. En este taller aprenderá técnicas de entrevista y tendrá la oportunidad de practicar las preguntas más frecuentes,  y algunas veces difíciles, pero en un ambiente de apoyo mutuo y realístico.
Date / TIme
Thu, Sep 24, 2020 from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Link and meeting information will be shared by email at least 1 hour before the online workshop begins.
Description


Before signing up, check to see if you have the minimum hardware, browser, and operating systems required HERE. Video conferencing will use a large portion of bandwidth and data. Before signing up, be sure you have a data plan or reliable WiFi access that can accommodate this. To attend the workshop, you are encouraged to use a device capable of viewing video and content and have audio capability. For information on how to join a WebEx meeting to attend the workshop, go HERE.



A waitlist option will be enabled for this event. This waitlist is automated and if an attendee drops their registration, the next registrant on the waitlist will be invited. Each workshop requires a separate registration.



When you sign up for this event, please use the same name and email address that you use with your worksourcewa.com account, if possible.



Contact the facilitators listed above in the contact lines for any additional questions or changes.



For accommodation requests ONLY:



If you need an accommodation for a disability to participate in this training, please contact Aletha McGee at amcgee@esd.wa.gov. Provide your name, accommodation request, and your town/city of residence. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made. If you have limited English proficiency and need information in a language other than English, please contact Aletha for language assistance.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

You might have the best résumé ever, but if you don’t interview well, it won’t matter. Being able to handle a job interview is a necessity for any job seeker. Knowing what employers are looking for and being prepared are absolute musts. In this workshop, you will learn valuable interviewing tips and have the chance to practice answers to frequently asked—and sometimes difficult—questions in a supportive, realistic environment.
Date / TIme
Thu, Sep 24, 2020 from 11:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
brightspringhealth.webex.com
Meeting Number (Access Code) 160 989 0575 Meeting Password: P8QpQcnQb26
Description
If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.
In-person job search activity: No

Learn about the soft skills you need to achieve career growth 

  • Effective Communication 
  • Conflict Resolution 
  • How to be a team player 
  • Maintaining a positive attitude 
Date / TIme
Thu, Sep 24, 2020 from 1:00 PM-4:00 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Link and meeting information will be shared by email at least 1 hour before the online workshop begins.
Description


Before signing up, check to see if you have the minimum hardware, browser, and operating systems required HERE. Video conferencing will use a large portion of bandwidth and data. Before signing up, be sure you have a data plan or reliable WiFi access that can accommodate this. To attend the workshop, you are encouraged to use a device capable of viewing video and content and have audio capability. For information on how to join a WebEx meeting to attend the workshop, go HERE.



A waitlist option will be enabled for this event. This waitlist is automated and if an attendee drops their registration, the next registrant on the waitlist will be invited. Each workshop requires a separate registration.



When you sign up for this event, please use the same name and email address that you use with your worksourcewa.com account, if possible.



Contact the facilitators listed above in the contact lines for any additional questions or changes.



For accommodation requests ONLY:



If you need an accommodation for a disability to participate in this training, please contact Aletha McGee at amcgee@esd.wa.gov. Provide your name, accommodation request, and your town/city of residence. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made. If you have limited English proficiency and need information in a language other than English, please contact Aletha for language assistance.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Today’s economy requires workers who can transfer skills from one work setting to another and who have the kinds of personal qualities that make organizations successful.

In this workshop, you will learn to identify, demonstrate and package, with confidence, your skills and personal qualities in ways that will be meaningful to employers. You also will learn oral communication skills and practice delivering a 60-Second Commercial - a brief, high-impact presentation to potential employers.
Date / TIme
Thu, Sep 24, 2020 from 2:00 PM-4:00 PM
Location
Online - Register for the Tuesday class and a link will be sent to you before class begins.
Description
Register for the Tuesday class to be enrolled in Tuesday and Thursday.

Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop

Contact Jean Nash at jnash@esd.wa.gov or 425-258-6306 for any additional questions or changes.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Jean Nash, jnash@esd.wa.gov, (425) 258-6306, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.

This workshop is offered online through WebEx meetings. Before signing up, check to see if you have the minimum hardware, browser, and operating systems required to access this service: https://help.webex.com/en-us/nki3xrq/Webex-Meetings-Suite-System-Requirements#reference_91D7DC41368764B9E37B8593ED86A11C.



Video conferencing will use a large portion of bandwidth and will use a significant amount of data. Before signing up, be sure you have a data plan or reliable WiFi access that can accommodate this. To attend the workshop, you should use a device capable of viewing video and content (computer, mobile device, or video system) and have audio capability. For information on how to join a WebEx meeting to attend the workshop, go to: https://help.webex.com/en-us/nrbgeodb/Join-a-Webex-Meeting. When you sign up for this event, please use the same name and email address that you use with your worksourcewa.com account, if possible.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: No

Unit Six: Our money, our future

Concepts: Long-term money decisions, consumer protection, and how to talk with kids about money

Description: Students will examine how choices today will impact their future and the future of their children.

Class times: 2:00 - 4:00 (2 day class - Register for Tuesday)
Date / TIme
Thu, Sep 24, 2020 from 3:00 PM-5:00 PM
Location
Registration required: brightspringhealth.webex.com…
Description
Contact Name: Doug Evans
Contact Phone: 425-374-0607
Contact Email: Doug.Evans@EquusWorks.com
Workshop Language Option: English
Additional Information: Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop. If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.
In-person job search activity: No

Were you recently laid off and need to know where to start?

Join WorkSource (Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday – 10am-12pm) & (Every 2nd and 4th Thursday – 3pm-5pm), here you will learn about:

  • WorkSource Services
  • Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA)
  • Community and Technical College Worker Retraining
  • COBRA and Healthcare Options
  • Washington State Labor Council
  • Unemployment Insurance
Date / TIme
Fri, Sep 25, 2020 from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Link and meeting information will be shared by email at least 1 hour before the online workshop begins.
Description

Before signing up, check to see if you have the minimum hardware, browser, and operating systems required HERE. Video conferencing will use a large portion of bandwidth and data. Before signing up, be sure you have a data plan or reliable WiFi access that can accommodate this. To attend the workshop, you are encouraged to use a device capable of viewing video and content and have audio capability. For information on how to join a WebEx meeting to attend the workshop, go HERE.



A waitlist option will be enabled for this event. This waitlist is automated and if an attendee drops their registration, the next registrant on the waitlist will be invited. Each workshop requires a separate registration.



When you sign up for this event, please use the same name and email address that you use with your worksourcewa.com account, if possible.



Contact the facilitators listed above in the contact lines for any additional questions or changes.



For accommodation requests ONLY:



If you need an accommodation for a disability to participate in this training, please contact Aletha McGee at amcgee@esd.wa.gov. Provide your name, accommodation request, and your town/city of residence. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made. If you have limited English proficiency and need information in a language other than English, please contact Aletha for language assistance.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Finding out about employers in your area and creating a strategy to target your job search is the key to success. In the Job-Search Strategies class, you will learn a variety of job-search methods! This class provides tips on the value of labor-market information and introduces other strategies like networking, informational interviews and using the Internet to locate job openings.
Date / TIme
Fri, Sep 25, 2020 from 1:00 PM-4:00 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Link and meeting information will be shared by email at least 1 hour before the online workshop begins.
Description


Before signing up, check to see if you have the minimum hardware, browser, and operating systems required HERE. Video conferencing will use a large portion of bandwidth and data. Before signing up, be sure you have a data plan or reliable WiFi access that can accommodate this. To attend the workshop, you are encouraged to use a device capable of viewing video and content and have audio capability. For information on how to join a WebEx meeting to attend the workshop, go HERE.



A waitlist option will be enabled for this event. This waitlist is automated and if an attendee drops their registration, the next registrant on the waitlist will be invited. Each workshop requires a separate registration.



When you sign up for this event, please use the same name and email address that you use with your worksourcewa.com account, if possible.



Contact the facilitators listed above in the contact lines for any additional questions or changes.



For accommodation requests ONLY:



If you need an accommodation for a disability to participate in this training, please contact Aletha McGee at amcgee@esd.wa.gov. Provide your name, accommodation request, and your town/city of residence. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made. If you have limited English proficiency and need information in a language other than English, please contact Aletha for language assistance.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

An important part of any job search is to understand the employer’s point of view. In this workshop, you'll  learn how employers read applications and how to be better prepared to meet an employer’s expectations.

The workshop explores how to organize and communicate your skills and abilities in a way that stands out from the crowd. You'll leave the workshop with a master application that's helpful when filling out paper and electronic applications, and start you on your way to developing a résumé.
Date / TIme
Fri, Sep 25, 2020 from 1:00 PM-2:00 PM
Location
meetings.ringcentral.com
MEETING ID: 149 562 3703
Description
Contact Name: Natalie Esparza
Contact Phone: 425-374-1967
Contact Email: Natalie.T.Esparza@EquusWorks.com

Interested in Amazon and want to hear about the amazing company? Join us in meeting with their representatives to learn about the in’s & out’s of the company and their current job openings.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity!
Date / TIme
Mon, Sep 28, 2020 from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
Please register with an email address then a link will be sent prior to the class. Questions? email Todd Morgan at tmorgan@esd.wa.gov
Description
Each of the six modules are four days long, starting on the first business day of each week. Actual class time is 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM each day.

Some details vary by location, typically:

  • Each day consists of 3 hours of in-class instruction and 2 hours of extended learning and projects.

  • Certificates are distributed after four days of attendance

  • If a class registrations are full, acceptance in to a class is based on the following criteria:



  1. Program referrals

  2. Veterans

  3. Continuing or returning students

  4. Wait list*

  5. Walk-ins (not program-connected)


Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your job-seeker account prior to attending the workshop.

Contact Todd Morgan at tmorgan@esd.wa.gov for any additional questions or changes.

*The wait list is automated: if you entered a valid email address, you will receive email updates of any registration or status changes. Remember to check your SPAM folder if you are not receiving emails from us.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Todd Morgan at tmorgan@esd.wa.gov or 425-309-0160, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Module 4: Personal strength builders – What makes you shine? Explore the skills it takes for work-place success (and grow the ones you already have)!

  • Learn how to improve your attitude, find motivation, overcome fears, plan for success, improve your situation and create great time management skills
  • Explore how to project self-worth, integrity, flexibility and adaptability
  • Get hold of your finances by forming good spending habits, getting rid of bad behaviors and become financially literate
Date / TIme
Mon, Sep 28, 2020 from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
Please register with an email address then a link will be sent prior to the class. Questions? email Jean Nash (jnash@esd.wa.gov)
Description
Each of the six modules are four days long, starting on the first business day of each week.

Some details vary by location, typically:

  • Each day consist of three hours of in-class instruction and two hours of extended learning and projects

  • If a class registrations are full, acceptance in to a class is based on the following criteria:



  1. Program referrals

  2. Veterans

  3. Continuing or returning students

  4. Wait list*

  5. Walk-ins (not program-connected)


Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending the workshop.

Contact Jean Nash at jnash@esd.wa.gov or 425-258-6306 for any additional questions or changes.

If you entered a valid email address, you will receive email updates of any registration or status changes. Remember to check your SPAM folder if you are not receiving emails from us.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Jean Nash, jnash@esd.wa.gov, (425) 258-6306, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Module 4: Personal strength builders – What makes you shine? Explore the skills it takes for work-place success (and grow the ones you already have)!
  • Learn how to improve your attitude, find motivation, overcome fears, plan for success, improve your situation and create great time management skills
  • Explore how to project self-worth, integrity, flexibility and adaptability
  • Get hold of your finances by forming good spending habits, getting rid of bad behaviors and become financially literate
Date / TIme
Mon, Sep 28, 2020 from 1:00 PM-4:00 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Link and meeting information will be shared by email at least 1 hour before the online workshop begins.
Description

A waitlist option will be enabled for this event. This waitlist is automated and if an attendee drops their registration, the next registrant on the waitlist will be invited. Each workshop requires a separate registration.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Successful job seekers take the time to learn what employers want. Learn how two of the four primary pieces of job-search-related communication convey to a prospective employer who you are, what you know and what you have to offer. Learn which résumé and cover letter formats best display your skills, knowledge and abilities in order to attract employers and lead to more interviews!

Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop.

When you sign up for this event, please use the same name and email address that you use with your worksourcewa.com account, if possible.

Contact the facilitators listed below in the contact lines for any additional questions or changes.

For accommodation requests ONLY:
If you need an accommodation for a disability to participate in this training, please contact Aletha McGee at amcgee@esd.wa.gov. Provide your name, accommodation request, and your town/city of residence. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made. If you have limited English proficiency and need information in a language other than English, please contact Aletha for language assistance.

Date / TIme
Tue, Sep 29, 2020 from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Link and meeting information will be shared by email at least 1 hour before the online workshop begins.
Description


Before signing up, check to see if you have the minimum hardware, browser, and operating systems required HERE. Video conferencing will use a large portion of bandwidth and data. Before signing up, be sure you have a data plan or reliable WiFi access that can accommodate this. To attend the workshop, you are encouraged to use a device capable of viewing video and content and have audio capability. For information on how to join a WebEx meeting to attend the workshop, go HERE.



A waitlist option will be enabled for this event. This waitlist is automated and if an attendee drops their registration, the next registrant on the waitlist will be invited. Each workshop requires a separate registration.



When you sign up for this event, please use the same name and email address that you use with your worksourcewa.com account, if possible.



Contact the facilitators listed above in the contact lines for any additional questions or changes.



For accommodation requests ONLY:



If you need an accommodation for a disability to participate in this training, please contact Aletha McGee at amcgee@esd.wa.gov. Provide your name, accommodation request, and your town/city of residence. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made. If you have limited English proficiency and need information in a language other than English, please contact Aletha for language assistance.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Today’s economy requires workers who can transfer skills from one work setting to another and who have the kinds of personal qualities that make organizations successful. In this workshop, you will learn to identify, demonstrate and package, with confidence, your skills and personal qualities in ways that will be meaningful to employers. You also will learn oral communication skills and practice delivering a 60-Second Commercial - a brief, high-impact presentation to potential employers.
Date / TIme
Tue, Sep 29, 2020 from 1:00 PM-4:00 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Link and meeting information will be shared by email at least 1 hour before the online workshop begins.
Description

Before signing up, check to see if you have the minimum hardware, browser, and operating systems required HERE. Video conferencing will use a large portion of bandwidth and data. Before signing up, be sure you have a data plan or reliable WiFi access that can accommodate this. To attend the workshop, you are encouraged to use a device capable of viewing video and content and have audio capability. For information on how to join a WebEx meeting to attend the workshop, go HERE.



A waitlist option will be enabled for this event. This waitlist is automated and if an attendee drops their registration, the next registrant on the waitlist will be invited. Each workshop requires a separate registration.



When you sign up for this event, please use the same name and email address that you use with your worksourcewa.com account, if possible.



Contact the facilitators listed above in the contact lines for any additional questions or changes.



For accommodation requests ONLY:



If you need an accommodation for a disability to participate in this training, please contact Aletha McGee at amcgee@esd.wa.gov. Provide your name, accommodation request, and your town/city of residence. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made. If you have limited English proficiency and need information in a language other than English, please contact Aletha for language assistance.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

An important part of any job search is to understand the employer’s point of view. In this workshop, you'll  learn how employers read applications and how to be better prepared to meet an employer’s expectations.

The workshop explores how to organize and communicate your skills and abilities in a way that stands out from the crowd. You'll leave the workshop with a master application that's helpful when filling out paper and electronic applications, and start you on your way to developing a résumé.
Date / TIme
Tue, Sep 29, 2020 from 2:00 PM-4:00 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Register for the workshop and the instructor will email meeting links to you by 5:00 p.m. the preceding Friday
Description
Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop.

This Workshop does not count as a job search activity for unemployment.

Contact Jean Nash at jnash@esd.wa.gov for any additional questions or changes.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Jean Nash, jnash@esd.wa.gov, (425) 258-6306, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.

This workshop is offered online through WebEx meetings. Before signing up, check to see if you have the minimum hardware, browser, and operating systems required to access this service: https://help.webex.com/en-us/nki3xrq/Webex-Meetings-Suite-System-Requirements#reference_91D7DC41368764B9E37B8593ED86A11C.



Video conferencing will use a large portion of bandwidth and will use a significant amount of data. Before signing up, be sure you have a data plan or reliable WiFi access that can accommodate this. To attend the workshop, you should use a device capable of viewing video and content (computer, mobile device, or video system) and have audio capability. For information on how to join a WebEx meeting to attend the workshop, go to: https://help.webex.com/en-us/nrbgeodb/Join-a-Webex-Meeting. When you sign up for this event, please use the same name and email address that you use with your worksourcewa.com account, if possible.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: No

Unit One: Perceptions of money: Where does my (attitude towards) money come from?

Concepts: Perceptions of money and income

Explore how your personal view and perception of money and income can affect how well you manage it.  Also, learn about sources and timing of income.

Class times: 2:00 - 4:00 (2 day class - Register for Tuesday)

Date / TIme
Wed, Sep 30, 2020 from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
Reunión en línea de WebEx: La información del enlace y de la reunión se compartirá por correo electrónico como mínimo 1 hora antes de que comience el taller en línea
Description

La videoconferencia utilizar una gran parte del ancho de banda de internet y una gran cantidad de datos. Antes de participar, aseg rese de tener un plan de datos o acceso WiFi confiable que pueda acomodar esto. Para asistir el taller, debe usar un dispositivo, o una combinaci n de dispositivos, con capaz de ver video y contenido (computadora, dispositivo m vil o sistema de video) y tener capacidad de audio. Para obtener informaci n sobre c mo unirse a una reuni n de WebEx para asistir al taller, vaya AQUI. Se estabilizar una opci n de lista de espera para este evento. Si un solicitante retira su registro, se invitar al siguiente solicitante de registro de la lista de espera. Cada taller requiere un registro separado. Cuando te registres en este evento, usa el mismo nombre y direcci n de correo electr nico que usas con tu cuenta de worksourcewa.com, si es posible.



Si necesita alg n tipo de servicio especial por una condici n de discapacidad en este taller de empleo, por favor comun quese con Aletha McGee, su email: amcgee@esd.wa.gov. Deber facilitar su nombre, el tipo de servicio especial requerido y su ciudad de residencia. Ind quenos los servicios especiales que require cuanto antes para poder acomodarlos. Si su nivel de ingl s es limitado y necesita informaci n en otro idioma distinto al ingl s, ind queselo a Aletha para poder acomodar el idioma necesario.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Una parte importante de cualquier búsqueda de trabajo es de comprender el punto de vista del empleador. En este taller, aprenderá cómo empleadores leen aplicaciones, y como prepararse mejor para cumplir con los requisitos del empleador. Aprenderá cómo organizar, escribir, y comunicar sus habilidades y capacidades de una manera que conseguirá la atención de empleadores.

Date / TIme
Wed, Sep 30, 2020 from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Link and meeting information will be shared by email at least 1 hour before the online workshop begins.
Description

A waitlist option will be enabled for this event. This waitlist is automated and if an attendee drops their registration, the next registrant on the waitlist will be invited. Each workshop requires a separate registration.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Successful job seekers take the time to learn what employers want. Learn how two of the four primary pieces of job-search-related communication convey to a prospective employer who you are, what you know and what you have to offer. Learn which résumé and cover letter formats best display your skills, knowledge and abilities in order to attract employers and lead to more interviews!

Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop.

When you sign up for this event, please use the same name and email address that you use with your worksourcewa.com account, if possible.

Contact the facilitators listed below in the contact lines for any additional questions or changes.

For accommodation requests ONLY:
If you need an accommodation for a disability to participate in this training, please contact Aletha McGee at amcgee@esd.wa.gov. Provide your name, accommodation request, and your town/city of residence. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made. If you have limited English proficiency and need information in a language other than English, please contact Aletha for language assistance.

Date / TIme
Wed, Sep 30, 2020 from 10:00 AM-11:00 AM
Location
Virtual
Description
Entry to Apprenticeship Registration

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required

Are you interested in a long-term career and not just a job? The Entry to Apprenticeship Workshop is an apprenticeships pathway overview for those curious about stable, well-paying trade careers. Learn about: what apprenticeship programs are; the range of apprenticeable occupations; apprenticeship benefits and requirements; application process, selection and timeline. Find out if apprenticeship is for you!
Date / TIme
Wed, Sep 30, 2020 from 11:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
brightspringhealth.webex.com
Access Code: 160 458 9437 | Password: 123456
Description
If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.

Join WorkSource Youth Center every Wednesday at 11 am at their Orientation, here you will learn:

  • Assistance with Training & Employment
  • Education guidance & GED services
  • Direct access to college navigators, Job Corps & mental health counseling
  • Wrap-around Case Management services

To participate in this program, a young person must be low-income and meet one of the following requirements:
1) Deficient in basic literacy skills
2) English Language Learner
3) a school dropout
4) homeless
5) a runaway
6) a foster child
7) an individual with a disability
8) pregnant or a parent
9) an offender
10) requires additional assistance to complete education or secure and hold employment.
Date / TIme
Wed, Sep 30, 2020 from 1:00 PM-3:00 PM
Location
Please register with an email address then a link will be sent prior to the class. Questions? email esdgpsnocowioateam@esd.wa.gov
Description
Contact Name: Emitt Thrower
Contact Phone: 425-345-9770
Contact Email: emittthrower@housinghope.org
Workshop Language Option: English
Event Registration: Sign Up Required

During this presentation you will learn the answers to the following questions. What is WIOA? Who is eligible to enroll? How can WIOA help me? What to except if do enroll?

Find out about  Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). We will provide information about eligibility and an overview of resources available to eligible jobseekers.
Date / TIme
Wed, Sep 30, 2020 from 1:00 PM-4:00 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Link and meeting information will be shared by email at least 1 hour before the online workshop begins.
Description

Before signing up, check to see if you have the minimum hardware, browser, and operating systems required HERE. Video conferencing will use a large portion of bandwidth and data. Before signing up, be sure you have a data plan or reliable WiFi access that can accommodate this. To attend the workshop, you are encouraged to use a device capable of viewing video and content and have audio capability. For information on how to join a WebEx meeting to attend the workshop, go HERE.



A waitlist option will be enabled for this event. This waitlist is automated and if an attendee drops their registration, the next registrant on the waitlist will be invited. Each workshop requires a separate registration.



When you sign up for this event, please use the same name and email address that you use with your worksourcewa.com account, if possible.



Contact the facilitators listed above in the contact lines for any additional questions or changes.



For accommodation requests ONLY:



If you need an accommodation for a disability to participate in this training, please contact Aletha McGee at amcgee@esd.wa.gov. Provide your name, accommodation request, and your town/city of residence. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made. If you have limited English proficiency and need information in a language other than English, please contact Aletha for language assistance.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

You might have the best résumé ever, but if you don’t interview well, it won’t matter. Being able to handle a job interview is a necessity for any job seeker. Knowing what employers are looking for and being prepared are absolute musts. In this workshop, you will learn valuable interviewing tips and have the chance to practice answers to frequently asked—and sometimes difficult—questions in a supportive, realistic environment.
Date / TIme
Thu, Oct 1, 2020 from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
Reunión en línea de WebEx: La información del enlace y de la reunión se compartirá por correo electrónico como mínimo 1 hora antes de que comience el taller en línea
Description

La videoconferencia utilizar una gran parte del ancho de banda de internet y una gran cantidad de datos. Antes de participar, aseg rese de tener un plan de datos o acceso WiFi confiable que pueda acomodar esto. Para asistir el taller, debe usar un dispositivo, o una combinaci n de dispositivos, con capaz de ver video y contenido (computadora, dispositivo m vil o sistema de video) y tener capacidad de audio. Para obtener informaci n sobre c mo unirse a una reuni n de WebEx para asistir al taller, vaya AQUI.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Quienes han tiene éxito con su búsqueda de trabajo se ha tomado el tiempo para saber qué buscan los  empleadores. Aprenderá como dos de las cuatro partes principales de la comunicación relacionada con la búsqueda de trabajo le dice al empleador quien es usted, lo que sabe y lo que ofrece. Aprenderá cual formato es mejor para su résumé y carta de presentación para que enfatizar sus destrezas y habilidades en un orden que atraiga a los empleadores y lo conduzcan a tener más entrevistas.

El cliente tendrá que registrarse en WorkSourceWA.com antes de la clase. Cuando te registres en este evento, usa el mismo nombre y dirección de correo electrónico que usas con tu cuenta de worksourcewa.com, si es posible.

Si necesita algún tipo de servicio especial por una condición de discapacidad en este taller de empleo, por favor comuníquese con Aletha McGee, su email: amcgee@esd.wa.gov. Deberá facilitar su nombre, el tipo de servicio especial requerido y su ciudad de residencia. Indíquenos los servicios especiales que require cuanto antes para poder acomodarlos. Si su nivel de inglés es limitado y necesita información en otro idioma distinto al inglés, indíqueselo a Aletha para poder acomodar el idioma necesario.  

Date / TIme
Thu, Oct 1, 2020 from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Link and meeting information will be shared by email at least 1 hour before the online workshop begins.
Description

Before signing up, check to see if you have the minimum hardware, browser, and operating systems required HERE. Video conferencing will use a large portion of bandwidth and data. Before signing up, be sure you have a data plan or reliable WiFi access that can accommodate this. To attend the workshop, you are encouraged to use a device capable of viewing video and content and have audio capability. For information on how to join a WebEx meeting to attend the workshop, go HERE.



A waitlist option will be enabled for this event. This waitlist is automated and if an attendee drops their registration, the next registrant on the waitlist will be invited. Each workshop requires a separate registration.



When you sign up for this event, please use the same name and email address that you use with your worksourcewa.com account, if possible.



Contact the facilitators listed above in the contact lines for any additional questions or changes.



For accommodation requests ONLY:



If you need an accommodation for a disability to participate in this training, please contact Aletha McGee at amcgee@esd.wa.gov. Provide your name, accommodation request, and your town/city of residence. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made. If you have limited English proficiency and need information in a language other than English, please contact Aletha for language assistance.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

You might have the best résumé ever, but if you don’t interview well, it won’t matter. Being able to handle a job interview is a necessity for any job seeker. Knowing what employers are looking for and being prepared are absolute musts. In this workshop, you will learn valuable interviewing tips and have the chance to practice answers to frequently asked—and sometimes difficult—questions in a supportive, realistic environment.
Date / TIme
Thu, Oct 1, 2020 from 11:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
brightspringhealth.webex.com
Meeting ID 172 842 7455
Password: 12345
Description
Contact Name: WorkSource Youth Center
Contact Phone: 425-374-8351
Contact Email: Wsyouthcenter@gmail.com
Workshop Language Option: English
Additional Information: Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop.

Join WorkSource Youth Center at their Job Search Workshop! Here you will learn what it takes to get a job! Youth and young adults ages 16-24 are encouraged to attend this virtual workshop.
Topics Include:

  • Applications
  • Resume tips
  • Interviewing skills
  • Job search strategies
Date / TIme
Thu, Oct 1, 2020 from 1:00 PM-4:00 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Link and meeting information will be shared by email at least 1 hour before the online workshop begins.
Description

Before signing up, check to see if you have the minimum hardware, browser, and operating systems required HERE. Video conferencing will use a large portion of bandwidth and data. Before signing up, be sure you have a data plan or reliable WiFi access that can accommodate this. To attend the workshop, you are encouraged to use a device capable of viewing video and content and have audio capability. For information on how to join a WebEx meeting to attend the workshop, go HERE.



A waitlist option will be enabled for this event. This waitlist is automated and if an attendee drops their registration, the next registrant on the waitlist will be invited. Each workshop requires a separate registration.



When you sign up for this event, please use the same name and email address that you use with your worksourcewa.com account, if possible.



Contact the facilitators listed above in the contact lines for any additional questions or changes.



For accommodation requests ONLY:



If you need an accommodation for a disability to participate in this training, please contact Aletha McGee at amcgee@esd.wa.gov. Provide your name, accommodation request, and your town/city of residence. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made. If you have limited English proficiency and need information in a language other than English, please contact Aletha for language assistance.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Today’s economy requires workers who can transfer skills from one work setting to another and who have the kinds of personal qualities that make organizations successful.

In this workshop, you will learn to identify, demonstrate and package, with confidence, your skills and personal qualities in ways that will be meaningful to employers. You also will learn oral communication skills and practice delivering a 60-Second Commercial - a brief, high-impact presentation to potential employers.
Date / TIme
Thu, Oct 1, 2020 from 2:00 PM-4:00 PM
Location
Online - Register for the Tuesday class and a link will be sent to you before class begins.
Description
Register for the Tuesday class to be enrolled in Tuesday and Thursday.

Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop

Contact Jean Nash at jnash@esd.wa.gov or 425-258-6306 for any additional questions or changes.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Jean Nash, jnash@esd.wa.gov, (425) 258-6306, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.

This workshop is offered online through WebEx meetings. Before signing up, check to see if you have the minimum hardware, browser, and operating systems required to access this service: https://help.webex.com/en-us/nki3xrq/Webex-Meetings-Suite-System-Requirements#reference_91D7DC41368764B9E37B8593ED86A11C.



Video conferencing will use a large portion of bandwidth and will use a significant amount of data. Before signing up, be sure you have a data plan or reliable WiFi access that can accommodate this. To attend the workshop, you should use a device capable of viewing video and content (computer, mobile device, or video system) and have audio capability. For information on how to join a WebEx meeting to attend the workshop, go to: https://help.webex.com/en-us/nrbgeodb/Join-a-Webex-Meeting. When you sign up for this event, please use the same name and email address that you use with your worksourcewa.com account, if possible.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: No

Unit One: Perceptions of money: Where does my (attitude towards) money come from?

Concepts: Perceptions of money and income

Explore how your personal view and perception of money and income can affect how well you manage it.  Also, learn about sources and timing of income.

Class times: 2:00 - 4:00 (2 day class - Register for Tuesday)

Date / TIme
Thu, Oct 1, 2020 from 2:00 PM-4:00 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Link and meeting information will be shared by email 1 day before the online workshop begins.
Description
If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Explore, Customize and Expand on your LinkedIn Profile.

A two-hour, informative lab for those who have a LinkedIn account and are looking to customize their profile, learn tips and tricks of navigating LinkedIn and expand knowledge of what LinkedIn can offer you in your job search and professional networking journey. In this workshop you will have the opportunity to: make connections, join groups, find job postings, research companies and more. There will be time for Q&A throughout the workshop and to learn from others in the group.

Important Prerequisites:

  • Established LinkedIn Account
  • Basic computer skills
  • WorkSourceWA account

Please Note:
WorkSource services are available to all registered customers.
Date / TIme
Fri, Oct 2, 2020 from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
Reunión en línea de WebEx: La información del enlace y de la reunión se compartirá por correo electrónico como mínimo 1 hora antes de que comience el taller en línea
Description

La videoconferencia utilizar una gran parte del ancho de banda de internet y una gran cantidad de datos. Antes de participar, aseg rese de tener un plan de datos o acceso WiFi confiable que pueda acomodar esto. Para asistir el taller, debe usar un dispositivo, o una combinaci n de dispositivos, con capaz de ver video y contenido (computadora, dispositivo m vil o sistema de video) y tener capacidad de audio. Para obtener informaci n sobre c mo unirse a una reuni n de WebEx para asistir al taller, vaya AQUI. Se estabilizar una opci n de lista de espera para este evento. Si un solicitante retira su registro, se invitar al siguiente solicitante de registro de la lista de espera. Cada taller requiere un registro separado. Cuando te registres en este evento, usa el mismo nombre y direcci n de correo electr nico que usas con tu cuenta de worksourcewa.com, si es posible.



Si necesita alg n tipo de servicio especial por una condici n de discapacidad en este taller de empleo, por favor comun quese con Aletha McGee, su email: amcgee@esd.wa.gov. Deber facilitar su nombre, el tipo de servicio especial requerido y su ciudad de residencia. Ind quenos los servicios especiales que require cuanto antes para poder acomodarlos. Si su nivel de ingl s es limitado y necesita informaci n en otro idioma distinto al ingl s, ind queselo a Aletha para poder acomodar el idioma necesario.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Conocer a los empleadores en su área y crear una estrategia para orientar su búsqueda de empleo es la clave del éxito. En la clase Estrategias de búsqueda de empleo, aprenderá una variedad de métodos de búsqueda de empleo! Esta clase proporciona consejos sobre el valor de la información del mercado laboral e introduce otras estrategias como redes sociales con meta de trabajo, entrevistas informativas y el uso de Internet para localizar ofertas de trabajo.

Date / TIme
Fri, Oct 2, 2020 from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Link and meeting information will be shared by email at least 1 hour before the online workshop begins.
Description

Before signing up, check to see if you have the minimum hardware, browser, and operating systems required HERE. Video conferencing will use a large portion of bandwidth and data. Before signing up, be sure you have a data plan or reliable WiFi access that can accommodate this. To attend the workshop, you are encouraged to use a device capable of viewing video and content and have audio capability. For information on how to join a WebEx meeting to attend the workshop, go HERE.



A waitlist option will be enabled for this event. This waitlist is automated and if an attendee drops their registration, the next registrant on the waitlist will be invited. Each workshop requires a separate registration.



When you sign up for this event, please use the same name and email address that you use with your worksourcewa.com account, if possible.



Contact the facilitators listed above in the contact lines for any additional questions or changes.



For accommodation requests ONLY:



If you need an accommodation for a disability to participate in this training, please contact Aletha McGee at amcgee@esd.wa.gov. Provide your name, accommodation request, and your town/city of residence. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made. If you have limited English proficiency and need information in a language other than English, please contact Aletha for language assistance.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Finding out about employers in your area and creating a strategy to target your job search is the key to success. In the Job-Search Strategies class, you will learn a variety of job-search methods! This class provides tips on the value of labor-market information and introduces other strategies like networking, informational interviews and using the Internet to locate job openings.
Date / TIme
Fri, Oct 2, 2020 from 1:00 PM-4:00 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Link and meeting information will be shared by email at least 1 hour before the online workshop begins.
Description

Before signing up, check to see if you have the minimum hardware, browser, and operating systems required HERE. Video conferencing will use a large portion of bandwidth and data. Before signing up, be sure you have a data plan or reliable WiFi access that can accommodate this. To attend the workshop, you are encouraged to use a device capable of viewing video and content and have audio capability. For information on how to join a WebEx meeting to attend the workshop, go HERE.



A waitlist option will be enabled for this event. This waitlist is automated and if an attendee drops their registration, the next registrant on the waitlist will be invited. Each workshop requires a separate registration.



When you sign up for this event, please use the same name and email address that you use with your worksourcewa.com account, if possible.



Contact the facilitators listed above in the contact lines for any additional questions or changes.



For accommodation requests ONLY:



If you need an accommodation for a disability to participate in this training, please contact Aletha McGee at amcgee@esd.wa.gov. Provide your name, accommodation request, and your town/city of residence. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made. If you have limited English proficiency and need information in a language other than English, please contact Aletha for language assistance.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

An important part of any job search is to understand the employer’s point of view. In this workshop, you'll  learn how employers read applications and how to be better prepared to meet an employer’s expectations.

The workshop explores how to organize and communicate your skills and abilities in a way that stands out from the crowd. You'll leave the workshop with a master application that's helpful when filling out paper and electronic applications, and start you on your way to developing a résumé.
Date / TIme
Mon, Oct 5, 2020 from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
WorkSource Everett (Mon - Th 9-12)
3201 Smith Ave., Suite 325
Everett, WA 98201
Description
Each of the six modules are four days long, starting on the first business day of each week.

Some details vary by location, typically:

  • Each day consist of three hours of in-class instruction and two hours of extended learning and projects

  • If a class registrations are full, acceptance in to a class is based on the following criteria:



  1. Program referrals

  2. Veterans

  3. Continuing or returning students

  4. Wait list*

  5. Walk-ins (not program-connected)


Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending the workshop.

Contact Jean Nash at jnash@esd.wa.gov or 425-258-6306 for any additional questions or changes.

If you entered a valid email address, you will receive email updates of any registration or status changes. Remember to check your SPAM folder if you are not receiving emails from us.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Jean Nash, jnash@esd.wa.gov, (425) 258-6306, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Module 5: Community Engagement – Why are we such social creatures? We will show you how communities can lift each other up and how even the tiniest gestures can change the world!


  • Discover what it means when people talk about an individual’s culture or self-identity, and what it means to be sensitive to it
  • Learn about your personal and social rights, demonstrating citizenship, and civic engagement
Date / TIme
Mon, Oct 5, 2020 from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
Creek Side Plaza 1st Floor
20311 52nd Ave W
Lynnwood, WA 98036
Description
Each of the six modules are four days long, starting on the first business day of each week. Actual class time is 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM each day.

Some details vary by location, typically:

  • Each day consists of 3 hours of in-class instruction and 2 hours of extended learning and projects.

  • Certificates are distributed after four days of attendance

  • If a class registrations are full, acceptance in to a class is based on the following criteria:




  1. Program referrals

  2. Veterans

  3. Continuing or returning students

  4. Wait list*

  5. Walk-ins (not program-connected)


Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your job-seeker account prior to attending the workshop.

Contact Todd Morgan at tmorgan@esd.wa.gov for any additional questions or changes.

*The wait list is automated: if you entered a valid email address, you will receive email updates of any registration or status changes. Remember to check your SPAM folder if you are not receiving emails from us.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Todd Morgan at tmorgan@esd.wa.gov or 425-309-0160, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Module 5: Community engagement – Why are we such social creatures? We will show you how communities can lift each other up and how even the tiniest gestures can change the world!

  • Discover what it means when people talk about an individual’s culture or self-identity, and what it means to be sensitive to it
  • Learn about your personal and social rights, demonstrating citizenship and civic engagement
Date / TIme
Mon, Oct 5, 2020 from 1:00 PM-3:00 PM
Location
Please register with an email address then a link will be sent prior to the class. Questions? email esdgpsnocowioateam@esd.wa.gov
Description
Contact Name: Emitt Thrower
Contact Phone: 425-345-9770
Contact Email: emittthrower@housinghope.org
Workshop Language Option: English
Event Registration: Sign Up Required

During this presentation you will learn the answers to the following questions. What is WIOA? Who is eligible to enroll? How can WIOA help me? What to except if do enroll?

Find out about  Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). We will provide information about eligibility and an overview of resources available to eligible jobseekers.
Date / TIme
Tue, Oct 6, 2020 from 9:00 AM-11:00 AM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Link and meeting information will be shared by email 1 day before the online workshop begins.
Description
If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

The elevator pitch or 60-second commercial is a critical tool for your job search. It helps you to verbally express your worth in even the briefest of interactions.

In this workshop you will develop and practice your 60-second commercial so you will be able to succinctly and effectively market yourself to employers and the people in your network.

Please Note:
WorkSource services are available to all registered customers. Please be sure to create your WorkSourceWA account prior to attending this workshop. www.worksourcewa.com
Date / TIme
Tue, Oct 6, 2020 from 10:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
Registration required: brightspringhealth.webex.com…
Description
Contact Name: Doug Evans
Contact Phone: 425-374-0607
Contact Email: Doug.Evans@EquusWorks.com
Workshop Language Option: English
Additional Information: Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop. If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.
In-person job search activity: No

Were you recently laid off and need to know where to start?

Join WorkSource (Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday – 10am-12pm) & (Every 2nd and 4th Thursday – 3pm-5pm), here you will learn about:

  • WorkSource Services
  • Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA)
  • Community and Technical College Worker Retraining
  • COBRA and Healthcare Options
  • Washington State Labor Council
  • Unemployment Insurance
Date / TIme
Tue, Oct 6, 2020 from 2:00 PM-4:00 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Register for the workshop and the instructor will email meeting links to you by 5:00 p.m. the preceding Friday
Description
Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop.

Contact Jean Nash at jnash@esd.wa.gov or 425-258-6306 for any additional questions or changes.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Jean Nash, jnash@esd.wa.gov, (425) 258-6306, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.

This workshop is offered online through WebEx meetings. Before signing up, check to see if you have the minimum hardware, browser, and operating systems required to access this service: https://help.webex.com/en-us/nki3xrq/Webex-Meetings-Suite-System-Requirements#reference_91D7DC41368764B9E37B8593ED86A11C.

Video conferencing will use a large portion of bandwidth and will use a significant amount of data. Before signing up, be sure you have a data plan or reliable WiFi access that can accommodate this. To attend the workshop, you should use a device capable of viewing video and content (computer, mobile device, or video system) and have audio capability. For information on how to join a WebEx meeting to attend the workshop, go to: https://help.webex.com/en-us/nrbgeodb/Join-a-Webex-Meeting. When you sign up for this event, please use the same name and email address that you use with your worksourcewa.com account, if possible.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: No

Unit Two: Where does my money go?

Concepts: Total financial picture and spending

Description: Students will investigate their spending habits as they construct a total picture of their finances.
Date / TIme
Wed, Oct 7, 2020 from 11:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
brightspringhealth.webex.com
Access Code: 160 458 9437 | Password: 123456
Description
If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.

Join WorkSource Youth Center every Wednesday at 11 am at their Orientation, here you will learn:

  • Assistance with Training & Employment
  • Education guidance & GED services
  • Direct access to college navigators, Job Corps & mental health counseling
  • Wrap-around Case Management services

To participate in this program, a young person must be low-income and meet one of the following requirements:
1) Deficient in basic literacy skills
2) English Language Learner
3) a school dropout
4) homeless
5) a runaway
6) a foster child
7) an individual with a disability
8) pregnant or a parent
9) an offender
10) requires additional assistance to complete education or secure and hold employment.
Date / TIme
Thu, Oct 8, 2020 from 11:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
brightspringhealth.webex.com
Meeting Number (Access Code): 172 476 0704
Meeting Password: 12345
Description
Contact Name: Lux Dmitri: 425-374-1240
Contact Phone: La Qwana Toles: 425-374-0134
Contact Email: Wsyouthcenter@gmail.com
Workshop Language Option: English
Additional Information: Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop.

Join WorkSource Youth Center at there Interview Workshop! Here you will have access to:

  • How to prepare to interview
  • Practice in our Virtual Mock Interview Lab
  • Coaching Available
  • How to prepare for interview questions
  • Tips for after the interview
Date / TIme
Thu, Oct 8, 2020 from 2:00 PM-4:00 PM
Location
Online - Register for the Tuesday class and a link will be sent to you before class begins.
Description
Register for the Tuesday class to be enrolled in Tuesday and Thursday.

Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop

Contact Jean Nash at jnash@esd.wa.gov or 425-258-6306 for any additional questions or changes.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Jean Nash, jnash@esd.wa.gov, (425) 258-6306, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.

This workshop is offered online through WebEx meetings. Before signing up, check to see if you have the minimum hardware, browser, and operating systems required to access this service: https://help.webex.com/en-us/nki3xrq/Webex-Meetings-Suite-System-Requirements#reference_91D7DC41368764B9E37B8593ED86A11C.

Video conferencing will use a large portion of bandwidth and will use a significant amount of data. Before signing up, be sure you have a data plan or reliable WiFi access that can accommodate this. To attend the workshop, you should use a device capable of viewing video and content (computer, mobile device, or video system) and have audio capability. For information on how to join a WebEx meeting to attend the workshop, go to: https://help.webex.com/en-us/nrbgeodb/Join-a-Webex-Meeting. When you sign up for this event, please use the same name and email address that you use with your worksourcewa.com account, if possible.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: No

Unit Two: Where does my money go?

Concepts: Total financial picture and spending

Description: Students will investigate their spending habits as they construct a total picture of their finances.

Class times: 2:00 - 4:00 (2-day class - Register for Tuesday)

Date / TIme
Mon, Oct 12, 2020 from 10:00 AM-11:30 AM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Link and meeting information will be shared by email the morning of the online workshop.
Description
If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: No

Did you know? If you receive SSI or Social Security Disability Insurance benefits, there are many work incentives available to you and WorkSource can be the place to learn more?  WorkSource is authorized by the Social Security Administration as an approved Employment Network for Ticket to Work.

We invite all job seekers who receive Social Security Disability benefits to attend our Ticket Workshop, held on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month from 10-11:30 a.m.  There is no cost for these services.  We are eager to help you on your way toward employment and becoming more self-sufficient!  Hope to see you soon.
Date / TIme
Wed, Oct 14, 2020 from 11:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
brightspringhealth.webex.com
Access Code: 160 458 9437 | Password: 123456
Description
If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.

Join WorkSource Youth Center every Wednesday at 11 am at their Orientation, here you will learn:

  • Assistance with Training & Employment
  • Education guidance & GED services
  • Direct access to college navigators, Job Corps & mental health counseling
  • Wrap-around Case Management services

To participate in this program, a young person must be low-income and meet one of the following requirements:
1) Deficient in basic literacy skills
2) English Language Learner
3) a school dropout
4) homeless
5) a runaway
6) a foster child
7) an individual with a disability
8) pregnant or a parent
9) an offender
10) requires additional assistance to complete education or secure and hold employment.
Date / TIme
Wed, Oct 14, 2020 from 1:00 PM-3:00 PM
Location
Please register with an email address then a link will be sent prior to the class. Questions? email esdgpsnocowioateam@esd.wa.gov
Description
Contact Name: Emitt Thrower
Contact Phone: 425-345-9770
Contact Email: emittthrower@housinghope.org
Workshop Language Option: English
Event Registration: Sign Up Required

During this presentation you will learn the answers to the following questions. What is WIOA? Who is eligible to enroll? How can WIOA help me? What to except if do enroll?

Find out about  Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). We will provide information about eligibility and an overview of resources available to eligible jobseekers.
Date / TIme
Thu, Oct 15, 2020 from 11:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
brightspringhealth.webex.com
Meeting Number (Access Code): 172 865 6292
Meeting Password: 12345
Description
Contact Name: Lux Dmitri: 425-374-1240
Contact Phone: La Qwana Toles: 425-374-0134
Contact Email: Wsyouthcenter@gmail.com
Workshop Language Option: English
Additional Information: Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop.

Join WorkSource Youth Center as they cover the following in their Soft Skills workshop:

  • Learn about the soft skills you need to achieve career growth
  • Effective Communication
  • Conflict Resolution 
  • How to be a team player
  • Maintaining a positive attitude
Date / TIme
Thu, Oct 15, 2020 from 12:00 PM-1:30 PM
Location
Virtual workshop - to register, please visit the link below. For questions, please contact Susan Perreault @ wbc@businessimpactnw.org
Description
If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.
In-person job search activity: No

Thinking about self-employment or starting a business? This class will outline the research you need to test your idea, develop a business plan, inform you of the many resources available to help you in Washington State, and present an overview of financing options. Presented by Business Impact NW in partnership with the U. S. Small Business Administration.

To register: businessimpactnw.org…
Date / TIme
Thu, Oct 15, 2020 from 1:00 PM-3:00 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Link and meeting information will be shared by email 1 day before the online workshop begins.
Description
If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Explore, Customize and Expand on your LinkedIn Profile.

A two-hour, informative lab for those who have a LinkedIn account and are looking to customize their profile, learn tips and tricks of navigating LinkedIn and expand knowledge of what LinkedIn can offer you in your job search and professional networking journey. In this workshop you will have the opportunity to: make connections, join groups, find job postings, research companies and more. There will be time for Q&A throughout the workshop and to learn from others in the group.

Important Prerequisites:

  • Established LinkedIn Account
  • Basic computer skills
  • WorkSourceWA account

Please Note:
WorkSource services are available to all registered customers.
Date / TIme
Thu, Oct 15, 2020 from 3:00 PM-5:00 PM
Location
Registration required: brightspringhealth.webex.com…
Description
Contact Name: Doug Evans
Contact Phone: 425-374-0607
Contact Email: Doug.Evans@EquusWorks.com
Workshop Language Option: English
Additional Information: Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop. If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.
In-person job search activity: No

Were you recently laid off and need to know where to start?

Join WorkSource (Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday – 10am-12pm) & (Every 2nd and 4th Thursday – 3pm-5pm), here you will learn about:

  • WorkSource Services
  • Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA)
  • Community and Technical College Worker Retraining
  • COBRA and Healthcare Options
  • Washington State Labor Council
  • Unemployment Insurance
Date / TIme
Mon, Oct 19, 2020 from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
Creek Side Plaza 1st Floor
20311 52nd Ave W
Lynnwood, WA 98036
Description
Each of the six modules are four days long, starting on the first business day of each week. Actual class time is 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM each day.

Some details vary by location, typically:

  • Each day consists of 3 hours of in-class instruction and 2 hours of extended learning and projects.

  • Certificates are distributed after four days of attendance

  • If a class registrations are full, acceptance in to a class is based on the following criteria:




  1. Program referrals

  2. Veterans

  3. Continuing or returning students

  4. Wait list*

  5. Walk-ins (not program-connected)


Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your job-seeker account prior to attending the workshop.

Contact Todd Morgan at tmorgan@esd.wa.gov for any additional questions or changes.

*The wait list is automated: if you entered a valid email address, you will receive email updates of any registration or status changes. Remember to check your SPAM folder if you are not receiving emails from us.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Todd Morgan at tmorgan@esd.wa.gov or 425-309-0160, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Module 6: Work concepts II – You found the perfect job; now let us talk about how to land and keep it!

  • Learn how to multitask and stay motivated
  • Explore your personal leadership and organization skills
  • Learn to evaluate trauma vs. drama and how to manage the unexpected
  • Understand cognitive bias and how it impacts every decision we make
  • Develop a solid vision for a professional future
Date / TIme
Mon, Oct 19, 2020 from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
WorkSource Everett (Mon - Thurs 9-12)
3201 Smith Ave., Suite 325
Everett, WA 98201
Description
Each of the six modules are four days long, starting on the first business day of each week.

Some details vary by location, typically:
Each day consist of three hours of in-class instruction and two hours of extended learning and projects
If a class registrations are full, acceptance in to a class is based on the following criteria:
1.Program referrals
2.Veterans
3.Continuing or returning students
4.Wait list*
5.Walk-ins (not program-connected)
Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending the workshop.

Contact Jean Nash at jnash@esd.wa.gov or 425-258-6306 for any additional questions or changes.

If you entered a valid email address, you will receive email updates of any registration or status changes. Remember to check your SPAM folder if you are not receiving emails from us.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Jean Nash, jnash@esd.wa.gov, (425) 258-6306, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Module 6: Work Concepts II – You found the perfect job; now let us talk about how to land and keep it!
• Learn how to multitask and stay motivated
• Explore your personal leadership and organization skills
• Learn to evaluate trauma vs. drama and how to manage the unexpected
• Understand cognitive bias and how it impacts every decision we make
• Develop a solid vision for a professional future~
Date / TIme
Mon, Oct 19, 2020 from 1:00 PM-3:00 PM
Location
Please register with an email address then a link will be sent prior to the class. Questions? email esdgpsnocowioateam@esd.wa.gov
Description
Contact Name: Emitt Thrower
Contact Phone: 425-345-9770
Contact Email: emittthrower@housinghope.org
Workshop Language Option: English
Event Registration: Sign Up Required

During this presentation you will learn the answers to the following questions. What is WIOA? Who is eligible to enroll? How can WIOA help me? What to except if do enroll?

Find out about  Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). We will provide information about eligibility and an overview of resources available to eligible jobseekers.
Date / TIme
Tue, Oct 20, 2020 from 10:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
Registration required: brightspringhealth.webex.com…
Description
Contact Name: Doug Evans
Contact Phone: 425-374-0607
Contact Email: Doug.Evans@EquusWorks.com
Workshop Language Option: English
Additional Information: Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop. If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.
In-person job search activity: No

Were you recently laid off and need to know where to start?

Join WorkSource (Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday – 10am-12pm) & (Every 2nd and 4th Thursday – 3pm-5pm), here you will learn about:

  • WorkSource Services
  • Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA)
  • Community and Technical College Worker Retraining
  • COBRA and Healthcare Options
  • Washington State Labor Council
  • Unemployment Insurance
Date / TIme
Tue, Oct 20, 2020 from 1:00 PM-3:00 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Link and meeting information will be shared by email 1 day before the online workshop begins.
Description
If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

The elevator pitch or 60-second commercial is a critical tool for your job search. It helps you to verbally express your worth in even the briefest of interactions.

In this workshop you will develop and practice your 60-second commercial so you will be able to succinctly and effectively market yourself to employers and the people in your network.

Please Note:
WorkSource services are available to all registered customers. Please be sure to create your WorkSourceWA account prior to attending this workshop. www.worksourcewa.com
Date / TIme
Tue, Oct 20, 2020 from 2:00 PM-4:00 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Register for the workshop and the instructor will email meeting links to you by 5:00 p.m. the preceding Friday
Description
Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop.

Contact Jean Nash at jnash@esd.wa.gov or 425-258-6306 for any additional questions or changes.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Jean Nash, jnash@esd.wa.gov, (425) 258-6306, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.

This workshop is offered online through WebEx meetings. Before signing up, check to see if you have the minimum hardware, browser, and operating systems required to access this service: https://help.webex.com/en-us/nki3xrq/Webex-Meetings-Suite-System-Requirements#reference_91D7DC41368764B9E37B8593ED86A11C.

Video conferencing will use a large portion of bandwidth and will use a significant amount of data. Before signing up, be sure you have a data plan or reliable WiFi access that can accommodate this. To attend the workshop, you should use a device capable of viewing video and content (computer, mobile device, or video system) and have audio capability. For information on how to join a WebEx meeting to attend the workshop, go to: https://help.webex.com/en-us/nrbgeodb/Join-a-Webex-Meeting. When you sign up for this event, please use the same name and email address that you use with your worksourcewa.com account, if possible.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: No

Unit Three: Making changes with your money.

Concepts: Choices, cash flow and financial institutions

Description: Students will consider their financial goals and habits and how to use banks and financial institutions.

Day 1 of 2
Date / TIme
Wed, Oct 21, 2020 from 11:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
brightspringhealth.webex.com
Access Code: 160 458 9437 | Password: 123456
Description
If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.

Join WorkSource Youth Center every Wednesday at 11 am at their Orientation, here you will learn:

  • Assistance with Training & Employment
  • Education guidance & GED services
  • Direct access to college navigators, Job Corps & mental health counseling
  • Wrap-around Case Management services

To participate in this program, a young person must be low-income and meet one of the following requirements:
1) Deficient in basic literacy skills
2) English Language Learner
3) a school dropout
4) homeless
5) a runaway
6) a foster child
7) an individual with a disability
8) pregnant or a parent
9) an offender
10) requires additional assistance to complete education or secure and hold employment.
Date / TIme
Thu, Oct 22, 2020 from 11:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
brightspringhealth.webex.com
Meeting Number (Access Code): 172 064 9400
Meeting Password: 12345
Description
Contact Name: Lux Dmitri: 425-374-1240
Contact Phone: La Qwana Toles: 425-374-0134
Contact Email: Wsyouthcenter@gmail.com
Workshop Language Option: English
Additional Information: Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop.

Join WorkSource Youth Center at their Financial Workshop, here you will learn about:

  • Understanding Credit
  • Budget Tips & Calculator
  • Banking Procedures
  • Financial Responsibility
  • Preparing for your future
Date / TIme
Thu, Oct 22, 2020 from 2:00 PM-4:00 PM
Location
Online - Register for the Tuesday class and a link will be sent to you before class begins.
Description
Register for the Tuesday class to be enrolled in Tuesday and Thursday.

Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop

Contact Jean Nash at jnash@esd.wa.gov or 425-258-6306 for any additional questions or changes.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Jean Nash, jnash@esd.wa.gov, (425) 258-6306, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.

This workshop is offered online through WebEx meetings. Before signing up, check to see if you have the minimum hardware, browser, and operating systems required to access this service: https://help.webex.com/en-us/nki3xrq/Webex-Meetings-Suite-System-Requirements#reference_91D7DC41368764B9E37B8593ED86A11C.

Video conferencing will use a large portion of bandwidth and will use a significant amount of data. Before signing up, be sure you have a data plan or reliable WiFi access that can accommodate this. To attend the workshop, you should use a device capable of viewing video and content (computer, mobile device, or video system) and have audio capability. For information on how to join a WebEx meeting to attend the workshop, go to: https://help.webex.com/en-us/nrbgeodb/Join-a-Webex-Meeting. When you sign up for this event, please use the same name and email address that you use with your worksourcewa.com account, if possible.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: No

Unit Three: Making changes with your money.

Concepts: Choices, cash flow and financial institutions

Description: Students will consider their financial goals and habits and how to use banks and financial institutions.

Class times: 2:00 - 4:00 (2-day class - Register for Tuesday)

Date / TIme
Mon, Oct 26, 2020 from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
WorkSource Everett (Mon - Th 9-12)
3201 Smith Ave., Suite 325
Everett, WA 98201
Description
Each of the six modules are four days long, starting on the first business day of each week.

Some details vary by location, typically:

  • Each day consist of three hours of in-class instruction and two hours of extended learning and projects.

  • Certificates are distributed after four days of attendance

  • If a class registrations are full, acceptance in to a class is based on the following criteria:




  1. Program referrals

  2. Veterans

  3. Continuing or returning students

  4. Wait list*

  5. Walk-ins (not program-connected)


Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create a job-seeker account prior to attending the workshop.

Contact Jean Nash at jnash@esd.wa.gov or 425-258-6306 for any additional questions or changes.

If you entered a valid email address, you will receive email updates of any registration or status changes. Remember to check your SPAM folder if you are not receiving emails from us.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Jean Nash, jnash@esd.wa.gov, (425) 258-6306, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Module 1: Work concepts I – Every good plan needs a great road map – develop yours here!
  • Develop a roadmap to success while discussing self-motivation, exploring careers and learning what employers really want
  • Learn how to prepare and apply for jobs, package yourself like a professional and share your story
  • Understand what employers mean when they say customer service, workplace diversity, team building and professionalism
Date / TIme
Mon, Oct 26, 2020 from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
Creek Side Plaza 1st Floor
20311 52nd Ave W
Lynnwood, WA 98036
Description
Each of the six modules are four days long, starting on the first business day of each week. Actual class time is 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM each day.

Some details vary by location, typically:

  • Each day consists of 3 hours of in-class instruction and 2 hours of extended learning and projects.

  • Certificates are distributed after four days of attendance

  • If a class registrations are full, acceptance in to a class is based on the following criteria:




  1. Program referrals

  2. Veterans

  3. Continuing or returning students

  4. Wait list*

  5. Walk-ins (not program-connected)


Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your job-seeker account prior to attending the workshop.

Contact Todd Morgan at tmorgan@esd.wa.gov for any additional questions or changes.

*The wait list is automated: if you entered a valid email address, you will receive email updates of any registration or status changes. Remember to check your SPAM folder if you are not receiving emails from us.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Todd Morgan at tmorgan@esd.wa.gov or 425-309-0160, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Module 1: Work concepts I – Every good plan needs a great road map – develop yours here!

  • Develop a roadmap to success while discussing self-motivation, exploring careers and learning what employers really want
  • Learn how to prepare and apply for jobs, package yourself like a professional and share your story
  • Understand what employers mean when they say customer service, workplace diversity, team building and professionalism
Date / TIme
Mon, Oct 26, 2020 from 10:00 AM-11:30 AM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Link and meeting information will be shared by email the morning of the online workshop.
Description
If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: No

Did you know? If you receive SSI or Social Security Disability Insurance benefits, there are many work incentives available to you and WorkSource can be the place to learn more?  WorkSource is authorized by the Social Security Administration as an approved Employment Network for Ticket to Work.

We invite all job seekers who receive Social Security Disability benefits to attend our Ticket Workshop, held on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month from 10-11:30 a.m.  There is no cost for these services.  We are eager to help you on your way toward employment and becoming more self-sufficient!  Hope to see you soon.
Date / TIme
Tue, Oct 27, 2020 from 2:00 PM-4:00 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Register for the workshop and the instructor will email meeting links to you by 5:00 p.m. the preceding Friday
Description
Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop.

Contact Jean Nash at jnash@esd.wa.gov or 425-258-6306 for any additional questions or changes.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Jean Nash, jnash@esd.wa.gov, (425) 258-6306, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.

This workshop is offered online through WebEx meetings. Before signing up, check to see if you have the minimum hardware, browser, and operating systems required to access this service: https://help.webex.com/en-us/nki3xrq/Webex-Meetings-Suite-System-Requirements#reference_91D7DC41368764B9E37B8593ED86A11C.

Video conferencing will use a large portion of bandwidth and will use a significant amount of data. Before signing up, be sure you have a data plan or reliable WiFi access that can accommodate this. To attend the workshop, you should use a device capable of viewing video and content (computer, mobile device, or video system) and have audio capability. For information on how to join a WebEx meeting to attend the workshop, go to: https://help.webex.com/en-us/nrbgeodb/Join-a-Webex-Meeting. When you sign up for this event, please use the same name and email address that you use with your worksourcewa.com account, if possible.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: No

Unit Four:  Making Changes

Class times: 2:00 - 4:00 (2 day class - Register for Tuesday)

Concepts: Choices, cash flow and financial institutions

Description: Students will consider their financial goals and habits and how to use banks and financial institutions.
Date / TIme
Wed, Oct 28, 2020 from 11:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
brightspringhealth.webex.com
Access Code: 160 458 9437 | Password: 123456
Description
If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.

Join WorkSource Youth Center every Wednesday at 11 am at their Orientation, here you will learn:

  • Assistance with Training & Employment
  • Education guidance & GED services
  • Direct access to college navigators, Job Corps & mental health counseling
  • Wrap-around Case Management services

To participate in this program, a young person must be low-income and meet one of the following requirements:
1) Deficient in basic literacy skills
2) English Language Learner
3) a school dropout
4) homeless
5) a runaway
6) a foster child
7) an individual with a disability
8) pregnant or a parent
9) an offender
10) requires additional assistance to complete education or secure and hold employment.
Date / TIme
Wed, Oct 28, 2020 from 1:00 PM-3:00 PM
Location
Please register with an email address then a link will be sent prior to the class. Questions? email esdgpsnocowioateam@esd.wa.gov
Description
Contact Name: Emitt Thrower
Contact Phone: 425-345-9770
Contact Email: emittthrower@housinghope.org
Workshop Language Option: English
Event Registration: Sign Up Required

During this presentation you will learn the answers to the following questions. What is WIOA? Who is eligible to enroll? How can WIOA help me? What to except if do enroll?

Find out about  Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). We will provide information about eligibility and an overview of resources available to eligible jobseekers.
Date / TIme
Thu, Oct 29, 2020 from 9:00 AM-11:00 AM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Link and meeting information will be shared by email 1 day before the online workshop begins.
Description
If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Explore, Customize and Expand on your LinkedIn Profile.

A two-hour, informative lab for those who have a LinkedIn account and are looking to customize their profile, learn tips and tricks of navigating LinkedIn and expand knowledge of what LinkedIn can offer you in your job search and professional networking journey. In this workshop you will have the opportunity to: make connections, join groups, find job postings, research companies and more. There will be time for Q&A throughout the workshop and to learn from others in the group.

Important Prerequisites:

  • Established LinkedIn Account
  • Basic computer skills
  • WorkSourceWA account

Please Note:
WorkSource services are available to all registered customers.
Date / TIme
Thu, Oct 29, 2020 from 11:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
brightspringhealth.webex.com
Meeting ID 172 670 2498
Password: 12345
Description
Contact Name: WorkSource Youth Center
Contact Phone: 425-374-8351
Contact Email: Wsyouthcenter@gmail.com
Workshop Language Option: English
Additional Information: Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop.

Join WorkSource Youth Center at their Job Search Workshop! Here you will learn what it takes to get a job! Youth and young adults ages 16-24 are encouraged to attend this virtual workshop.
Topics Include:

  • Applications
  • Resume tips
  • Interviewing skills
  • Job search strategies
Date / TIme
Thu, Oct 29, 2020 from 2:00 PM-4:00 PM
Location
Online - Register for the Tuesday class and a link will be sent to you before class begins.
Description
Register for the Tuesday class to be enrolled in Tuesday and Thursday.

Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop.

Contact Jean Nash at jnash@esd.wa.gov or 425-258-6306 for any additional questions or changes.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Jean Nash, jnash@esd.wa.gov, (425) 258-6306, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.

This workshop is offered online through WebEx meetings. Before signing up, check to see if you have the minimum hardware, browser, and operating systems required to access this service: https://help.webex.com/en-us/nki3xrq/Webex-Meetings-Suite-System-Requirements#reference_91D7DC41368764B9E37B8593ED86A11C.

Video conferencing will use a large portion of bandwidth and will use a significant amount of data. Before signing up, be sure you have a data plan or reliable WiFi access that can accommodate this. To attend the workshop, you should use a device capable of viewing video and content (computer, mobile device, or video system) and have audio capability. For information on how to join a WebEx meeting to attend the workshop, go to: https://help.webex.com/en-us/nrbgeodb/Join-a-Webex-Meeting. When you sign up for this event, please use the same name and email address that you use with your worksourcewa.com account, if possible.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: No

Unit Four:  Making Changes

Class times: 2:00 - 4:00 (2 day class - Register for Tuesday)

Concepts: Choices, cash flow and financial institutions

Description: Students will consider their financial goals and habits and how to use banks and financial institutions.
Date / TIme
Thu, Oct 29, 2020 from 3:00 PM-5:00 PM
Location
Registration required: brightspringhealth.webex.com…
Description
Contact Name: Doug Evans
Contact Phone: 425-374-0607
Contact Email: Doug.Evans@EquusWorks.com
Workshop Language Option: English
Additional Information: Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop. If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.
In-person job search activity: No

Were you recently laid off and need to know where to start?

Join WorkSource (Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday – 10am-12pm) & (Every 2nd and 4th Thursday – 3pm-5pm), here you will learn about:

  • WorkSource Services
  • Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA)
  • Community and Technical College Worker Retraining
  • COBRA and Healthcare Options
  • Washington State Labor Council
  • Unemployment Insurance
Date / TIme
Mon, Nov 2, 2020 from 10:00 AM-1:00 PM
Location
Creek Side Plaza 1st Floor
20311 52nd Ave W
Lynnwood, WA 98036
Description
Each of the six modules are four days long, starting on the first business day of each week. Actual class time is 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM each day.

Some details vary by location, typically:

  • Each day consists of 3 hours of in-class instruction and 2 hours of extended learning and projects.

  • Certificates are distributed after four days of attendance

  • If a class registrations are full, acceptance in to a class is based on the following criteria:




  1. Program referrals

  2. Veterans

  3. Continuing or returning students

  4. Wait list*

  5. Walk-ins (not program-connected)


Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your job-seeker account prior to attending the workshop.

Contact Todd Morgan at tmorgan@esd.wa.gov for any additional questions or changes.

*The wait list is automated: if you entered a valid email address, you will receive email updates of any registration or status changes. Remember to check your SPAM folder if you are not receiving emails from us.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Todd Morgan at tmorgan@esd.wa.gov or 425-309-0160, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Module 2: Health and well-being – What is ‘work-life’ balance? How do I take care of me while taking care of everyone else? Come learn with us!

  • Examine your inner-professional, core values, life choices and personal integrity
  • Learn how to be personally and professionally self-aware, establish boundaries and develop better stress and time management skills
  • Evaluate your social readiness and online footprint
  • Learn to access community resources and expand networking skills
  • Improve your ability to solve problems, set goals and develop new action planning techniques
Date / TIme
Mon, Nov 2, 2020 from 10:00 AM-1:00 PM
Location
WorkSource Everett
3201 Smith Ave., Suite 325
Everett, WA 98201
Description
Each of the six modules are four days long, starting on the first business day of each week.

Some details vary by location, typically:

  • Each day consist of three hours of in-class instruction and two hours of extended learning and projects

  • If a class registrations are full, acceptance in to a class is based on the following criteria:




  1. Program referrals

  2. Veterans

  3. Continuing or returning students

  4. Wait list*

  5. Walk-ins (not program-connected)


Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending the workshop.

Contact Jean Nash at jnash@esd.wa.gov or 425-258-6306 for any additional questions or changes.

If you entered a valid email address, you will receive email updates of any registration or status changes. Remember to check your SPAM folder if you are not receiving emails from us.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Jean Nash, jnash@esd.wa.gov, (425) 258-6306, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Module 2: Health and Well-Being – What is ‘work-life’ balance? How do I take care of me while taking care of everyone else? Come learn with us!
• Examine your inner-professional, core values, life choices and personal integrity
• Learn how to be personally and professionally self-aware, establish boundaries, and develop better stress and time management skills
• Evaluate your social readiness and online footprint
• Learn to access community resources and expand networking skills
• Improve your ability to solve problems, set goals, and develop new action planning techniques
Date / TIme
Mon, Nov 2, 2020 from 2:00 PM-4:00 PM
Location
Please register with an email address then a link will be sent prior to the class. Questions? email esdgpsnocowioateam@esd.wa.gov
Description
Contact Name: Emitt Thrower
Contact Phone: 425-345-9770
Contact Email: emittthrower@housinghope.org
Workshop Language Option: English
Event Registration: Sign Up Required

During this presentation you will learn the answers to the following questions. What is WIOA? Who is eligible to enroll? How can WIOA help me? What to except if do enroll?

Find out about  Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). We will provide information about eligibility and an overview of resources available to eligible jobseekers.
Date / TIme
Tue, Nov 3, 2020 from 10:00 AM-12:00 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Link and meeting information will be shared by email 1 day before the online workshop begins.
Description
If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

The elevator pitch or 60-second commercial is a critical tool for your job search. It helps you to verbally express your worth in even the briefest of interactions.

In this workshop you will develop and practice your 60-second commercial so you will be able to succinctly and effectively market yourself to employers and the people in your network.

Please Note:
WorkSource services are available to all registered customers. Please be sure to create your WorkSourceWA account prior to attending this workshop. www.worksourcewa.com
Date / TIme
Tue, Nov 3, 2020 from 3:00 PM-5:00 PM
Location
WORKSOURCE EVERETT
3201 Smith Avenue #325
Everett, WA 98201
Description
Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop.

This Workshop does not count as a job search activity for unemployment.

Contact Jean Nash at jnash@esd.wa.gov or 425-258-6306 for any additional questions or changes.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Jean Nash, jnash@esd.wa.gov, (425) 258-6306, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: No

Unit Five: Empowered to make tough choices

Concepts: Dealing with debt, creditors and how credit history impacts you

Learn strategies to improve your current debt situation and make positive changes to move forward.
Date / TIme
Wed, Nov 4, 2020 from 12:00 PM-1:00 PM
Location
brightspringhealth.webex.com
Access Code: 160 458 9437 | Password: 123456
Description
If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.

Join WorkSource Youth Center every Wednesday at 11 am at their Orientation, here you will learn:

  • Assistance with Training & Employment
  • Education guidance & GED services
  • Direct access to college navigators, Job Corps & mental health counseling
  • Wrap-around Case Management services

To participate in this program, a young person must be low-income and meet one of the following requirements:
1) Deficient in basic literacy skills
2) English Language Learner
3) a school dropout
4) homeless
5) a runaway
6) a foster child
7) an individual with a disability
8) pregnant or a parent
9) an offender
10) requires additional assistance to complete education or secure and hold employment.
Date / TIme
Thu, Nov 5, 2020 from 3:00 PM-5:00 PM
Location
WORKSOURCE EVERETT
3201 Smith Avenue #325
Everett, WA 98201
Description
Register for the Tuesday class to be enrolled in Tuesday and Thursday.

Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop

Contact Jean Nash at jnash@esd.wa.gov or 425-258-6306 for any additional questions or changes.



If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Jean Nash, jnash@esd.wa.gov, (425) 258-6306, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: No

Unit Five: Empowered to make tough choices

Concepts: Dealing with debt, creditors and how credit history impacts you

Learn strategies to improve your current debt situation and make positive changes to move forward.
Date / TIme
Mon, Nov 9, 2020 from 10:00 AM-1:00 PM
Location
Creek Side Plaza 1st Floor
20311 52nd Ave W
Lynnwood, WA 98036
Description
Each of the six modules are four days long, starting on the first business day of each week. Actual class time is 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM each day.

Some details vary by location, typically:

  • Each day consists of 3 hours of in-class instruction and 2 hours of extended learning and projects.

  • Certificates are distributed after four days of attendance

  • If a class registrations are full, acceptance in to a class is based on the following criteria:




  1. Program referrals

  2. Veterans

  3. Continuing or returning students

  4. Wait list*

  5. Walk-ins (not program-connected)


Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your job-seeker account prior to attending the workshop.

Contact Todd Morgan at tmorgan@esd.wa.gov for any additional questions or changes.

*The wait list is automated: if you entered a valid email address, you will receive email updates of any registration or status changes. Remember to check your SPAM folder if you are not receiving emails from us.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Todd Morgan at tmorgan@esd.wa.gov or 425-309-0160, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

**NOTE: CLASS IS MONDAY, TUESDAY, THURSDAY, & FRIDAY. NO CLASS ON WEDNESDAY DUE TO VETERAN'S DAY.

Module 3: Communication – Communication is a skill that never stops growing! Come learn how to improve your skills and odds of landing that next job!

  • Learn about interpersonal and business communication and discover your own style
  • Develop better listening, writing, computer and presentation skills
  • Find out about verbal & non-verbal cues, practice conflict resolution and get tips on emotional control
  • Get tips on how to present yourself the right way on the phone, in email and on social media.
Date / TIme
Mon, Nov 9, 2020 from 10:00 AM-1:00 PM
Location
WorkSource Everett
3201 Smith Ave., Suite 325
Everett, WA 98201
Description
Each of the six modules are four days long, starting on the first business day of each week.

Some details vary by location, typically:

  • Each day consist of three hours of in-class instruction and two hours of extended learning and projects

  • If a class registrations are full, acceptance in to a class is based on the following criteria:




  1. Program referrals

  2. Veterans

  3. Continuing or returning students

  4. Wait list*

  5. Walk-ins (not program-connected)


Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending the workshop.

Contact Jean Nash at jnash@esd.wa.gov or 425-258-6306 for any additional questions or changes.

If you entered a valid email address, you will receive email updates of any registration or status changes. Remember to check your SPAM folder if you are not receiving emails from us.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Jean Nash, jnash@esd.wa.gov, (425) 258-6306, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

**NOTE: CLASS IS MONDAY, TUESDAY, THURSDAY, & FRIDAY. NO CLASS ON WEDNESDAY DUE TO VETERAN'S DAY.

Module 3: Communication – Communication is a skill that never stops growing! Come learn how to improve your skills and odds of landing that next job!

  • Learn about interpersonal and business communication and discover your own style
  • Develop better listening, writing, computer and presentation skills
  • Find out about verbal & non-verbal cues, practice conflict resolution and get tips on emotional control
  • Get tips on how to present yourself the right way on the phone, in email and on social media.
Date / TIme
Mon, Nov 9, 2020 from 11:00 AM-12:30 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Link and meeting information will be shared by email the morning of the online workshop.
Description
If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: No

Did you know? If you receive SSI or Social Security Disability Insurance benefits, there are many work incentives available to you and WorkSource can be the place to learn more?  WorkSource is authorized by the Social Security Administration as an approved Employment Network for Ticket to Work.

We invite all job seekers who receive Social Security Disability benefits to attend our Ticket Workshop, held on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month from 10-11:30 a.m.  There is no cost for these services.  We are eager to help you on your way toward employment and becoming more self-sufficient!  Hope to see you soon.
Date / TIme
Tue, Nov 10, 2020 from 3:00 PM-5:00 PM
Location
WORKSOURCE EVERETT
3201 Smith Avenue #325
Everett, WA 98201
Description
Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop.

This Workshop does not count as a job search activity for unemployment.

Contact Jean Nash at jnash@esd.wa.gov or 425-258-6306 for any additional questions or changes.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Jean Nash, jnash@esd.wa.gov, (425) 258-6306, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: No

Unit Six: Our money, our future

Concepts: Long-term money decisions, consumer protection, and how to talk with kids about money

Description: Students will examine how choices today will impact their future and the future of their children.
Date / TIme
Wed, Nov 11, 2020 from 12:00 PM-1:00 PM
Location
brightspringhealth.webex.com
Access Code: 160 458 9437 | Password: 123456
Description
If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.

Join WorkSource Youth Center every Wednesday at 11 am at their Orientation, here you will learn:

  • Assistance with Training & Employment
  • Education guidance & GED services
  • Direct access to college navigators, Job Corps & mental health counseling
  • Wrap-around Case Management services

To participate in this program, a young person must be low-income and meet one of the following requirements:
1) Deficient in basic literacy skills
2) English Language Learner
3) a school dropout
4) homeless
5) a runaway
6) a foster child
7) an individual with a disability
8) pregnant or a parent
9) an offender
10) requires additional assistance to complete education or secure and hold employment.
Date / TIme
Wed, Nov 11, 2020 from 2:00 PM-4:00 PM
Location
Please register with an email address then a link will be sent prior to the class. Questions? email esdgpsnocowioateam@esd.wa.gov
Description
Contact Name: Emitt Thrower
Contact Phone: 425-345-9770
Contact Email: emittthrower@housinghope.org
Workshop Language Option: English
Event Registration: Sign Up Required

During this presentation you will learn the answers to the following questions. What is WIOA? Who is eligible to enroll? How can WIOA help me? What to except if do enroll?

Find out about  Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). We will provide information about eligibility and an overview of resources available to eligible jobseekers.
Date / TIme
Thu, Nov 12, 2020 from 2:00 PM-4:00 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Link and meeting information will be shared by email 1 day before the online workshop begins.
Description
If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Explore, Customize and Expand on your LinkedIn Profile.

A two-hour, informative lab for those who have a LinkedIn account and are looking to customize their profile, learn tips and tricks of navigating LinkedIn and expand knowledge of what LinkedIn can offer you in your job search and professional networking journey. In this workshop you will have the opportunity to: make connections, join groups, find job postings, research companies and more. There will be time for Q&A throughout the workshop and to learn from others in the group.

Important Prerequisites:

  • Established LinkedIn Account
  • Basic computer skills
  • WorkSourceWA account

Please Note:
WorkSource services are available to all registered customers.
Date / TIme
Thu, Nov 12, 2020 from 3:00 PM-5:00 PM
Location
WORKSOURCE EVERETT
3201 Smith Avenue #325
Everett, WA 98201
Description
Register for the Tuesday class to be enrolled in Tuesday and Thursday.

Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop

Contact Jean Nash at jnash@esd.wa.gov or 425-258-6306 for any additional questions or changes.



If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Jean Nash, jnash@esd.wa.gov, (425) 258-6306, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: No

Unit Six: Our money, our future

Concepts: Long-term money decisions, consumer protection, and how to talk with kids about money

Description: Students will examine how choices today will impact their future and the future of their children.
Date / TIme
Mon, Nov 16, 2020 from 10:00 AM-1:00 PM
Location
WorkSource Everett (Mon - Th 9-12)
3201 Smith Ave., Suite 325
Everett, WA 98201
Description
Each of the six modules are four days long, starting on the first business day of each week.

Some details vary by location, typically:

  • Each day consist of three hours of in-class instruction and two hours of extended learning and projects

  • If a class registrations are full, acceptance in to a class is based on the following criteria:




  1. Program referrals

  2. Veterans

  3. Continuing or returning students

  4. Wait list*

  5. Walk-ins (not program-connected)


Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending the workshop.

Contact Jean Nash at jnash@esd.wa.gov or 425-258-6306 for any additional questions or changes.

If you entered a valid email address, you will receive email updates of any registration or status changes. Remember to check your SPAM folder if you are not receiving emails from us.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Jean Nash, jnash@esd.wa.gov, (425) 258-6306, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Module 4: Personal strength builders – What makes you shine? Explore the skills it takes for work-place success (and grow the ones you already have)!
  • Learn how to improve your attitude, find motivation, overcome fears, plan for success, improve your situation and create great time management skills
  • Explore how to project self-worth, integrity, flexibility and adaptability
  • Get hold of your finances by forming good spending habits, getting rid of bad behaviors and become financially literate
Date / TIme
Mon, Nov 16, 2020 from 10:00 AM-1:00 PM
Location
Creek Side Plaza 1st Floor
20311 52nd Ave W
Lynnwood, WA 98036
Description
Each of the six modules are four days long, starting on the first business day of each week. Actual class time is 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM each day.

Some details vary by location, typically:

  • Each day consists of 3 hours of in-class instruction and 2 hours of extended learning and projects.

  • Certificates are distributed after four days of attendance

  • If a class registrations are full, acceptance in to a class is based on the following criteria:




  1. Program referrals

  2. Veterans

  3. Continuing or returning students

  4. Wait list*

  5. Walk-ins (not program-connected)


Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your job-seeker account prior to attending the workshop.

Contact Todd Morgan at tmorgan@esd.wa.gov for any additional questions or changes.

*The wait list is automated: if you entered a valid email address, you will receive email updates of any registration or status changes. Remember to check your SPAM folder if you are not receiving emails from us.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Todd Morgan at tmorgan@esd.wa.gov or 425-309-0160, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Module 4: Personal strength builders – What makes you shine? Explore the skills it takes for work-place success (and grow the ones you already have)!

  • Learn how to improve your attitude, find motivation, overcome fears, plan for success, improve your situation and create great time management skills
  • Explore how to project self-worth, integrity, flexibility and adaptability
  • Get hold of your finances by forming good spending habits, getting rid of bad behaviors and become financially literate
Date / TIme
Mon, Nov 16, 2020 from 2:00 PM-4:00 PM
Location
Please register with an email address then a link will be sent prior to the class. Questions? email esdgpsnocowioateam@esd.wa.gov
Description
Contact Name: Emitt Thrower
Contact Phone: 425-345-9770
Contact Email: emittthrower@housinghope.org
Workshop Language Option: English
Event Registration: Sign Up Required

During this presentation you will learn the answers to the following questions. What is WIOA? Who is eligible to enroll? How can WIOA help me? What to except if do enroll?

Find out about  Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). We will provide information about eligibility and an overview of resources available to eligible jobseekers.
Date / TIme
Tue, Nov 17, 2020 from 2:00 PM-4:00 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Link and meeting information will be shared by email 1 day before the online workshop begins.
Description
If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

The elevator pitch or 60-second commercial is a critical tool for your job search. It helps you to verbally express your worth in even the briefest of interactions.

In this workshop you will develop and practice your 60-second commercial so you will be able to succinctly and effectively market yourself to employers and the people in your network.

Please Note:
WorkSource services are available to all registered customers. Please be sure to create your WorkSourceWA account prior to attending this workshop. www.worksourcewa.com
Date / TIme
Tue, Nov 17, 2020 from 3:00 PM-5:00 PM
Location
WORKSOURCE EVERETT
3201 Smith Avenue #325
Everett, WA 98201
Description
Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop.

This Workshop does not count as a job search activity for unemployment.

Contact Jean Nash at jnash@esd.wa.gov or 425-258-6306 for any additional questions or changes.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Jean Nash, jnash@esd.wa.gov, (425) 258-6306, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: No

Unit One: Perceptions of money: Where does my (attitude towards) money come from?

Concepts: Perceptions of money and income

Explore how your personal view and perception of money and income can affect how well you manage it.  Also, learn about sources and timing of income.
Date / TIme
Wed, Nov 18, 2020 from 12:00 PM-1:00 PM
Location
brightspringhealth.webex.com
Access Code: 160 458 9437 | Password: 123456
Description
If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.

Join WorkSource Youth Center every Wednesday at 11 am at their Orientation, here you will learn:

  • Assistance with Training & Employment
  • Education guidance & GED services
  • Direct access to college navigators, Job Corps & mental health counseling
  • Wrap-around Case Management services

To participate in this program, a young person must be low-income and meet one of the following requirements:
1) Deficient in basic literacy skills
2) English Language Learner
3) a school dropout
4) homeless
5) a runaway
6) a foster child
7) an individual with a disability
8) pregnant or a parent
9) an offender
10) requires additional assistance to complete education or secure and hold employment.
Date / TIme
Thu, Nov 19, 2020 from 1:00 PM-2:30 PM
Location
Virtual workshop - to register, please visit the link below. For questions, please contact Susan Perreault @ wbc@businessimpactnw.org
Description
If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.
In-person job search activity: No

Thinking about self-employment or starting a business? This class will outline the research you need to test your idea, develop a business plan, inform you of the many resources available to help you in Washington State, and present an overview of financing options. Presented by Business Impact NW in partnership with the U. S. Small Business Administration.

To register: businessimpactnw.org…
Date / TIme
Thu, Nov 19, 2020 from 3:00 PM-5:00 PM
Location
WORKSOURCE EVERETT
3201 Smith Avenue #325
Everett, WA 98201
Description
Register for the Tuesday class to be enrolled in Tuesday and Thursday.

Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending this workshop

Contact Jean Nash at jnash@esd.wa.gov or 425-258-6306 for any additional questions or changes.



If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Jean Nash, jnash@esd.wa.gov, (425) 258-6306, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: No

Unit One: Perceptions of money: Where does my (attitude towards) money come from?

Concepts: Perceptions of money and income

Explore how your personal view and perception of money and income can affect how well you manage it.  Also, learn about sources and timing of income.
Date / TIme
Mon, Nov 23, 2020 from 11:00 AM-12:30 PM
Location
WebEx Online Meeting: Link and meeting information will be shared by email the morning of the online workshop.
Description
If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: No

Did you know? If you receive SSI or Social Security Disability Insurance benefits, there are many work incentives available to you and WorkSource can be the place to learn more?  WorkSource is authorized by the Social Security Administration as an approved Employment Network for Ticket to Work.

We invite all job seekers who receive Social Security Disability benefits to attend our Ticket Workshop, held on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month from 10-11:30 a.m.  There is no cost for these services.  We are eager to help you on your way toward employment and becoming more self-sufficient!  Hope to see you soon.
Date / TIme
Wed, Nov 25, 2020 from 12:00 PM-1:00 PM
Location
brightspringhealth.webex.com
Access Code: 160 458 9437 | Password: 123456
Description
If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact (name, phone and email, 711) by 7 or 10 days before the module start date to request an accommodation.

Join WorkSource Youth Center every Wednesday at 11 am at their Orientation, here you will learn:

  • Assistance with Training & Employment
  • Education guidance & GED services
  • Direct access to college navigators, Job Corps & mental health counseling
  • Wrap-around Case Management services

To participate in this program, a young person must be low-income and meet one of the following requirements:
1) Deficient in basic literacy skills
2) English Language Learner
3) a school dropout
4) homeless
5) a runaway
6) a foster child
7) an individual with a disability
8) pregnant or a parent
9) an offender
10) requires additional assistance to complete education or secure and hold employment.
Date / TIme
Wed, Nov 25, 2020 from 2:00 PM-4:00 PM
Location
Please register with an email address then a link will be sent prior to the class. Questions? email esdgpsnocowioateam@esd.wa.gov
Description
Contact Name: Emitt Thrower
Contact Phone: 425-345-9770
Contact Email: emittthrower@housinghope.org
Workshop Language Option: English
Event Registration: Sign Up Required

During this presentation you will learn the answers to the following questions. What is WIOA? Who is eligible to enroll? How can WIOA help me? What to except if do enroll?

Find out about  Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). We will provide information about eligibility and an overview of resources available to eligible jobseekers.
Date / TIme
Mon, Nov 30, 2020 from 10:00 AM-1:00 PM
Location
WorkSource Everett (Mon - Th 9-12)
3201 Smith Ave., Suite 325
Everett, WA 98201
Description
Each of the six modules are four days long, starting on the first business day of each week.

Some details vary by location, typically:

  • Each day consist of three hours of in-class instruction and two hours of extended learning and projects

  • If a class registrations are full, acceptance in to a class is based on the following criteria:




  1. Program referrals

  2. Veterans

  3. Continuing or returning students

  4. Wait list*

  5. Walk-ins (not program-connected)


Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your account prior to attending the workshop.

Contact Jean Nash at jnash@esd.wa.gov or 425-258-6306 for any additional questions or changes.

If you entered a valid email address, you will receive email updates of any registration or status changes. Remember to check your SPAM folder if you are not receiving emails from us.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Jean Nash, jnash@esd.wa.gov, (425) 258-6306, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.


Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Module 5: Community Engagement – Why are we such social creatures? We will show you how communities can lift each other up and how even the tiniest gestures can change the world!


  • Discover what it means when people talk about an individual’s culture or self-identity, and what it means to be sensitive to it
  • Learn about your personal and social rights, demonstrating citizenship, and civic engagement
Date / TIme
Mon, Nov 30, 2020 from 10:00 AM-1:00 PM
Location
Creek Side Plaza 1st Floor
20311 52nd Ave W
Lynnwood, WA 98036
Description
Each of the six modules are four days long, starting on the first business day of each week. Actual class time is 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM each day.

Some details vary by location, typically:

  • Each day consists of 3 hours of in-class instruction and 2 hours of extended learning and projects.

  • Certificates are distributed after four days of attendance

  • If a class registrations are full, acceptance in to a class is based on the following criteria:




  1. Program referrals

  2. Veterans

  3. Continuing or returning students

  4. Wait list*

  5. Walk-ins (not program-connected)


Please go to WorkSourceWA.com and create your job-seeker account prior to attending the workshop.

Contact Todd Morgan at tmorgan@esd.wa.gov for any additional questions or changes.

*The wait list is automated: if you entered a valid email address, you will receive email updates of any registration or status changes. Remember to check your SPAM folder if you are not receiving emails from us.

If you need an accommodation to participate in this training, contact Todd Morgan at tmorgan@esd.wa.gov or 425-309-0160, Washington Relay 711. Please provide your name and accommodation request. Please make your accommodation request as early as possible so arrangements can be made.
Event Registration: Sign Up Required
In-person job search activity: Yes

Module 5: Community engagement – Why are we such social creatures? We will show you how communities can lift each other up and how even the tiniest gestures can change the world!

  • Discover what it means when people talk about an individual’s culture or self-identity, and what it means to be sensitive to it
  • Learn about your personal and social rights, demonstrating citizenship and civic engagement
Date / TIme
Mon, Nov 30, 2020 from 2:00 PM-4:00 PM
Location
Please register with an email address then a link will be sent prior to the class. Questions? email esdgpsnocowioateam@esd.wa.gov
Description
Contact Name: Emitt Thrower
Contact Phone: 425-345-9770
Contact Email: emittthrower@housinghope.org
Workshop Language Option: English
Event Registration: Sign Up Required

During this presentation you will learn the answers to the following questions. What is WIOA? Who is eligible to enroll? How can WIOA help me? What to except if do enroll?

Find out about  Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). We will provide information about eligibility and an overview of resources available to eligible jobseekers.