Employment & College Resources

Employment & College Resources

On this page, you’ll find resources related to post-secondary education and employment. Select a topic below or keep scrolling to get started with our curated resources.

College Resources

Trades & Employment Resources

College Resources

Education and Training Voucher (ETV) Program
Source: Department of Social & Health Services
Financial assistance to youth in foster care who attend accredited colleges, universities or vocational/technical colleges.

Governors’ Scholarship for Youth in Foster Care
Source: College Success Foundation
Financial assistance for youth in foster care interested in attending college.

Washington State Opportunity Scholarship
Source: College Success Foundation
Support for low- and middle-income Washington State students to earn bachelor’s degrees in science, technology, engineering, math and health care.

Nitro College
Source: Nitro
An interactive tool that lets you sort through scholarships available for students with disabilities.

American Indian Endowed Scholarship
Source: Washington Student Achievement Council
Educational scholarships for high-achieving, low-income Washington State students with close ties to an American Indian tribe or community.

Foster Care to Success Casey Grant
Source: Casey Family
Undergraduate merit- and need-based scholarships for youth in foster care.

theWashBoard.org Scholarship Match
Source: Washington Scholarship Coalition
Tool that connects Washington State students with scholarship providers.

LGBTQ+ Scholarships
Source: Bestcolleges.com
A tool that connects LGBTQ+ students to possible scholarships.

Transgender College Student Resource Guide
Source: EduBirdie.com
Resources that are specifically intended to help transgender students thrive.

Source: Treehouse
Guide to FAFSA/WAFSA for the 2024-25 school year.

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Trades & Employment Resources

WorkSource Washington
Source: WorkSource
Tools for finding employment.

Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
Source: Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS)
Statewide resource that helps people with disabilities prepare for and find employment.

WorkForce Pre-apprenticeships
Source: WorkForce
List of pre-apprenticeships across Washington state.

Source: Apprenticeship USA
Resource for finding apprenticeships.

ANEW (King County only)
Source: ANEW
Organization that promotes equity in the trades with pre-apprenticeship programs in the King County area.

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