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About WorkSource
 
Contact WorkSource
WorkSource is a joint venture of organizations dedicated to addressing Washington State's employment needs, including:
  • Business
  • Labor
  • Employment Security Department
  • Workforce Development Councils
  • Community and Technical Colleges
  • Department of Social and Health Services
  • Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board
  • Superintendent of Public Instruction

WorkSource Partners include state and local government agencies as well as local community based organizations that provide a wide range of employment and training-related services. For more information about WorkSource, see Inside WorkSource

WorkSource Centers provide all the information, technology and services business needs to thrive; and job seekers need to achieve successful careers. They represent a unique concept in the labor market - everything in one place. See the WorkSource Directory for office locations.

WorkSource Affiliates serve special populations and are electronically linked to the WorkSource system. All affiliates offer self service resource rooms and job search activities. See the WorkSource Directory for office locations.

WorkSource Services are delivered to customers in a variety of ways, including:

  • Self-directed efforts, such as kiosks or via the Internet
  • Group programs and activities, such as workshops
  • One-on-one consultations
  • Training programs and business consultations

Services for Job Seekers include:

  • Free use of computers, copiers, phones, faxes and other career resources
  • Internet access to jobs
  • Job referral and placement
  • Workshops on how to get and keep a job
  • Information on the fastest growing jobs and wages
  • Referral to training and other community services
  • Access to Unemployment Insurance
  • Translation services