Every day, counselors, caseworkers and advisors play a crucial role in helping others make smart choices about careers and education — and Washington state's community and technical colleges are here to help.
Whether you work in a high school setting or an agency such as Employment Security, WorkSource or the Department of Social and Health Services, this site offers resources and links for you to make a difference.
Order Check Out a College Brochures
The popular "Check out a College" brochure is available from two sources:
- Free: To get free Check Out a College brochures, contact your nearest community or technical college outreach or public information office.
- Low cost: To order Check Out a College brochures online, visit the Washington State Department of Printing website.
Connect With Your Local Colleges
Invite a college representative to come visit your high school or community organization to meet with your students and clients at education and career events.
Your local community and technical college outreach representatives are willing to give college-specific and general presentations. Just ask!
Career Demand and Wage Information
Our "Right Career for You" web page has information about in-demand jobs and what they pay.
Workforce Transition Funding
Washington state offers financial support and employment services for people who are unemployed, under-employed or at risk of losing their jobs.
Academic Year Calendar
Washington state's public community and technical colleges are on a quarter (not semester) calendar. The instructional calendars show start and end dates for summer, fall, winter and spring academic terms.
College Program Search
Search or browse Washington state's 34 community and technical colleges to find the program or major that's right for you.
Last Modified: 9/22/21, 2:36 PM