Washington Youth Providers

Youth Providers in Washington

36 organizations in Washington are dedicated to offering job training, internships, and employment opportunities for young people, enabling them to acquire valuable work experience. Here's a brief overview of youth service providers in Washington:

Data source: CareerOneStop, August 2023

1. Americorp - NorthEast Washington Educational Service District 101 - YouthBuild

YouthBuild programs provide those pathways by unleashing the positive energy of low-income youth to rebuild their communities and their lives, breaking the cycle of poverty with a commitment to work, education, community, and family.

  • Address: 4202 South Regal Street Spokane, WA 99223
  • Phone: 509-789-3702

2. Byrd Barr Place

We support people of all cultures access help through food, energy assistance, housing assistance, and education.

  • Address: 722 18th Avenue Seattle, WA 98122
  • Phone: 206-812-4940

3. Catholic Community Services

Katherine’s House provides transitional housing and support services for single women in recovery. Katherine’s House provides intensive case management, staff support, employment support and individualized goal plans._x000D_

  • Address: 100 23rd Avenue S. Seattle, WA 98144
  • Phone: 253-856-7716

4. Community Youth Services

Community Youth Services empowers youth at-risk and their families to meet their goals for safety, stability, belonging and success by providing a continuum of individualized services and advocacy.

  • Address: 711 State Ave. NE Olympia, WA 98506
  • Phone: 360-790-9670

5. Edmonds Community College - Next Steps

Next Steps Program is designed to provide innovative, transformative support for individuals and their families who have been involved in the criminal justice system, as they prepare for education and re-entering the workforce.

6. FareStart

FareStart is a job training and placement program for homeless and disadvantaged individuals.

7. FareStart - Youth & Young Adult Barista Program

FareStart is a real solution to some of our society's most pressing challenges·homelessness, joblessness, poverty and hunger. Our model works because we are both an effective social service provider and a thriving social enterprise. We help people transform their lives, create value for our community, and offer a way for everyone to play a role doing something that matters.

  • Address: 700 Virginia Street Seattle, WA 98101
  • Phone: 206-443-1233
  • Email: [email protected]

8. Goodwill Industries - King County

Goodwill is committed to helping its people find and keep gainful employment. In order to ensure that goal, we offer a number of support services to participants, including case management, career counseling, retention services and customized training.

  • Address: 700 Dearborn Place S. Seattle, WA 98134
  • Phone: 206-329-1000

9. Goodwill Industries - Milgard Work Opportunity Center

Goodwill is committed to helping its people find and keep gainful employment. In order to ensure that goal, we offer a number of support services to participants, including case management, career counseling, retention services and customized training.

  • Address: 714 27th Street Tacoma, WA 98409
  • Phone: 253-573-6500

10. Goodwill Industries of the Inland Northwest

Individuals with barriers to employment learn how to prepare for work. Training includes developing resumes and cover letters, interviewing skills, and filling out job applications._x000D_

  • Address: 130 East Third Avenue Spokane, WA 99202
  • Phone: 509-838-4246

11. Goodwill Olympics and Rainier Region

YouthBuild Tacoma provides young people ages 18 · 24 the opportunity to learn job skills in the construction trades, along with life skills and leadership. YouthBuild helps motivated young adults transform their lives and become leaders in their community. You·ll earn your GED, learn construction skills, earn certifications, and receive leadership training, all in a 30-week program. Graduates will be a entering a booming construction industry job market where applicants are in high demand.

  • Address: 714 South 27th Street Tacoma, WA 98409
  • Phone: 253-573-6638

12. HopeLink

The Hopelink Employment Program (HEP) offers a unique opportunity for clients to prepare for and work towards their short and long term career goals. The program is driven by the client’s independent choices and employment outcomes.

  • Address: 8990 154th Avenue Northeast Redmond, WA 98052
  • Phone: 425-250-3030

13. Incarcerated Veterans Project

The Veteran's Incarcerated Project, a joint project with the King County Veterans Program, was established in 1996 to address the needs of veterans’ incarcerated in the King County Correctional Facility, offering alternatives to jail and referral to housing, employment services, and treatment.

  • Address: 2106 2nd Ave Seattle, WA 98121
  • Phone: 206-450-1652

14. Interaction Transition

Interaction Transition provides support to ex-offenders as they transition from prison or jail to the community and assistance in meeting critical basic needs such as housing, employment, and social support.

  • Address: 1265 South Main Street Suite 305-B Seattle, WA 98144
  • Phone: 206.324-3932

15. Juma

In 2013, Juma expanded our social enterprise operations to Seattle, Washington. Through partnership with major hospitality and food service companies like Centerplate and Delaware North Companies, Juma offers year-round employment to over 170 Seattle youth at Safeco Field and CenturyLink Field, home of the Seahawks, Mariners, and Sounders. Juma Seattle serves both college-bound students and youth who are out-of-work and out-of-school, ages 16-24 (Opportunity Youth).

  • Address: 900 1st Avenue S Suite 307 Seattle, WA 98134
  • Phone: 206-557-5613
  • Email: [email protected]

16. King County Employment and Education Resources

A one-stop service center with various offerings for young people ages 16-24 who have dropped out of school and are looking to complete their high school diploma or GED and move on to college or the workforce.

17. Next Gen Zone

The Next Generation Zone, created in 2007, is the Spokane area's only career center for young adults. We combine education, career skills training, community and employment resources in one place to provide wrap-around support to inspire young adults in their career goals.

  • Address: 901 E 2nd Ave Suite 100 Spokane, WA 99202
  • Phone: 509-340-7800

18. NextvSuccess

At Next, we focus on supporting young adults ages 16 · 24 in SW Washington. We can provide you with the support and assistance you need to complete your education, accelerate your career, and eliminate barriers that may impact your journey to success.

  • Address: 120 NE 136th Avenue, Suite 130 Stonemill Center Vancouver, WA 98684
  • Phone: 360-207-2628
  • Email: [email protected]

19. Northwest Community Action Center

The·Vision·of NCAC Education Services Team (NEST) is to provide students and families access to educational opportunities, which will enable them to lead successful lives.

  • Address: 706 Rentschler Lane PO Box 831 Toppenish, WA 98948
  • Phone: 509-865-7630

20. OIC of Washington

OIC of Washington assists low-income youth ages 14-24 in improving academic performance, high school/GED completion, continuing education and career exploration and training.

  • Address: 815 Fruitvale Blvd. Yakima, WA 98902
  • Phone: 509-248-6751

21. OIC of Washington - YouthBuild

YouthBuild is a community-based pre-apprenticeship program that provides job training and educational opportunities for at-risk youth ages 16-24 who have previously dropped out of high school.

  • Address: 815 Fruitvale Blvd. Yakima, WA 98902
  • Phone: 509-248-6751

22. Olympic Educational Service District 114

Mission: Be an essential partner in public education so that we advance student achievement and learning for all.

  • Address: 105 National Avenue North Bremerton, WA 98312
  • Phone: 360-405-5833

23. Opportunities Industrialization Center (OIC) of Washington

The Mission is to help in the elimination of unemployment, poverty, illiteracy, and racism so all people can live with greater human dignity.

  • Address: 815 Fruitvale Boulevard Yakima, WA 98902
  • Phone: 509-452-2235

24. People of Color Against AIDS Network

This program provides comprehensive transitional services which will respond to the needs of employment opportunities, access to housing, and mentorship to non-violent ex-offenders re-entering the community and workplace.

  • Address: 4437 Rainier Ave S Seattle, WA 98118
  • Phone: 206-322-7061

25. Pioneer Human Services

The mission of Pioneer Human Resource Development is to expand and deliver services to enhance a trainee or employee's marketable job skills and work performance._x000D_

  • Address: 7440 West Marginal Way S. Seattle, WA 98108
  • Phone: 206-768-1990

26. Salvation Army - William Booth Center

The William Booth Center provides housing and support services to homeless men in Seattle.

  • Address: 811 Maynard Ave Seattle, WA 98109
  • Phone: 206-621-0145

27. Seattle Youth Employment Program

The Seattle Youth Employment Program (SYEP) supports young people (ages 16 to 24) from qualifying-income households and communities that experience racial, social, and economic disparities. The goal is to increase youth and young adults' ability to pursue careers that pay well and are meaningful to them.SYEP has three components: a stipend-based school year exploration and learning experience, summer internships with local nonprofits and Seattle city departments, and private internship opportunities for Seattle Promise students.

  • Address: 810 3rd Ave Suite Suite 420 Seattle, WA 98104
  • Phone: 206-386-1375

28. Southwest Washington Workforce Development Council

As the workforce of the future, educating and training young adults is vitally important. We invest in community programs that empower young people to learn and develop the skills necessary to succeed. Through real-world and on-the-job experiences, young people gain the knowledge and experience to be good employees.

29. Washington Youth Academy

The mission of the Washington Youth Academy is to provide a highly disciplined, safe and professional learning environment that empowers at-risk youth to improve their educational levels and employment potential and become responsible and productive citizens of the State of Washington. The vision of the Washington Youth Academy is to provide at-risk youth a quality education, positive values, and life and job skills training that will change their lives and give them hope and opportunity for a new future.

  • Address: 1207 Carver Street Bremerton, WA 98312
  • Phone: 360-473-2609
  • Email: [email protected]

30. White Feather Reentry

The vision of White Feather Reentry is to provide a single point of contact for resources, case management, and a support network for individuals as they transition back to our communities. Case management may include, but not be limited to: housing, employment, education, counseling, and appropriate treatment to meet individual needs.

  • Address: 11012 Canyon Rd. E. Box 137, Ste 8 Puyallup, WA 98373
  • Phone: 253-380-5618

31. WorkSource Columbia Basin

WorkSourceWA.com offers all the industry-leading expertise of Monster.com. It offers job seekers access to thousands of jobs and advanced job-search tools to find career opportunities more easily. Employers get unlimited job posting and automatic ranking and side-by-side comparisons of applicants based on their criteria.

  • Address: 815 N. Kellogg Suite D Kennewick, WA 99336
  • Phone: 509-734-5919

32. Workforce Development Council of Seattle

The Workforce Development Council of Seattle's core business is to improve the ability of King County's workforce to meet the demands of industry. We serve adult jobseekers through our WorkSource sites and through many innovative programs designed for specific populations and needs.

  • Address: 2003 Western Ave. Suite 250 Seattle, WA 98121
  • Phone: 206-448-0474

33. Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic

Together we are dedicated to lead, with the courage to care, the determination to promote personal growth, and the compassion to champion the cause of those who have no voice.

  • Address: 706 Rentschler Lane P.O. Box 831 Toppenish, WA 98948
  • Phone: 509-864-7630

34. YouthBuild Spokane

NorthEast Washington Educational Service District 101 promotes educational excellence by delivering essential, cooperative services to schools and other learning communities.

  • Address: 4202 S Regal St. Spokane, WA 99223
  • Phone: 509-789-3800

35. YouthCare

YouthCare·s pre-employment programs help young people learn soft skills and take attainable first steps toward longer-term employment. The programs are easy for young people to join and offer core skills to succeed in the workplace: interviewing, resume-writing, teamwork, time management, problem-solving, and working through conflict. Each program instills confidence in young people and creates a pathway to additional training or a first job in the community.

  • Address: 2500 NE 54th Street Seattle, WA 98105
  • Phone: 206-694-4500

36. YouthSource

YouthSource is a youth one-stop center located at WorkSource Renton. It offers a full array of programs for young adults ages 16 to 21 who have dropped out of high school. These programs focus on education, employment, and leadership development. They also provide connections to youth programs, community resources for life stabilization, job readiness and placement services, and comprehensive case management.

  • Address: 3000 NE 4th Street Renton, WA 98056
  • Phone: 206-901-7905

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