WorkSource Partners 

WorkSource partners represent a variety of government, non-profit, and private organizations. Each partner contributes a unique and valuable service, which, when combined under one roof, results in a dynamic, “one stop” resource for businesses and job seekers to access employment and training services.

WorkSource Center and Affiliate partners sign a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA), a Site Contribution Agreement, and/or a Data Sharing Agreement (DSA) which outline the roles and responsibilities of each organization, both fiscally and in the day-to-day operations of serving the public through local WorkSource sites.

Following are brief descriptions of WorkSource Seattle-King County partners. For more information about the partners' employment services, contact your local WorkSource site.

Asian Counseling & Referral Service
Non-profit organization offering a broad array of human services and behavioral health programs to Asian Pacific Americans in King County.

AARP
Assists older workers with employment and training services.

CARES of Washington 
Non-profit organization, sponsored by the International Association of Machinists, designed to promote employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities.

Cascadia Community College
Provider of educational programs and services. 

Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) 
Statewide employment resource for businesses and people with disabilities.

Employment Security Department (ESD) 
Washington State agency that provides Unemployment Insurance and a variety of employment resources for businesses and job seekers.

Job Corps
Live-in program that provides at-risk youth, ages 16-24, access to education and job experience.

King County Jobs Initiative 
Assists ex-offenders in King County outside Seattle, as well as low-income individuals living in Skyway and White Center. 

Multi-Service Center 
Provides comprehensive services such as education, employment and housing in South King County, with a goal of self-sufficiency. 

Neighborhood House 
Serves diverse communities of people with limited resources, including low-income families, refugees, and seniors living in King County.

North Seattle Community College
Provider of educational programs and services.

Pacific Associates 
A multi-agency consortium that assists low-income job seekers access training, employment, and support services.

Renton Technical College
Provider of educational programs and services.

Seattle Central Community College
Provider of educational programs and services.

Shoreline Community College 
Provider of educational programs and services. 

Small Business Administration-Seattle District Office
Provider of self-employment and entrepreneurship assistance.

South Seattle Community College 
Provider of educational programs and services.

TRAC Associates
Provides employment and training services to adults and dislocated workers.

YWCA
Provides job training, placement, and other support services to women and families.