Below are brief descriptions of the different divisions that make up Career Path Services. Feel free to click on one of the links to learn more about a specific program, or contact us with your questions.
Our WIOA funded programs are part of the WorkSource System. The staff works with dislocated workers, low-income adults, dropout youth, in-school youth and employers in Grays Harbor, Mason, Pacific, Thurston, Lewis, Spokane, Benton and Franklin counties. Please note that Grays Harbor, Mason, Pacific, Thurston, and Lewis County serves adult and dislocated worker populations, but are not the provider for youth services.
Our Transitional Jobs programs encompass a wide range of services and programs designed to provide temporary assistance to job seekers searching for employment with family-supporting wages:
BankWork$ trains young adults from low income and minority communities for lasting careers in the financial services industry. BankWork$ classes are free for participants. The classes run for eight weeks and provide training in the skills needed for jobs as tellers, customer service representatives, and personal bankers. Read more about our BankWork$ program here.
Our Department of Commerce funded programs supports job seekers who receive Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF). This transitional jobs program assists in addressing barriers to employment while gaining valuable work experience. Services are offered in Eastern Washington, King County, and Pierce County.
Want to know more about our Commerce team? Read more about our Commerce program here.
CareerWork$ Medical connects adults farthest from opportunity to transformational and lasting careers in healthcare. We offer free, eight-week career training, placement assistance, and ongoing coaching. Participants train for in-demand, non-clinical roles with career potential, such as customer service representative, patient service coordinator, and medical insurance biller. Read more about our CareerWork$ Medical program here.