Find Services...

Find Services > Education


Washington 211 Search by zip code for resources in your neighborhood.
Five Protective Factors for Strengthening Families Learn about factors that can increase positive outcomes for children and their families.
Positive Parenting Program (Triple P) Check out these parenting tips and routines that can make big differences to your family.
Help Me Grow Washington Connect with free resources to give your kids the best start and make sure they are growing and developing on track.


College Bound Scholarships Low-income 7th and 8th grade students who sign a pledge by June 30 of their 8th grade year are eligible to apply.
Graduation, Reality and Dual-Role Skills Education programs for pregnant teens and/or young parents that focus on work and family foundation skills.
Washington 211 Search by zip code for resources in your neighborhood.
Office of the Education Ombuds Find help to remove education barriers in public schools so that every student can fully participate in and benefit from public education in the State of Washington
Career Connect Washington Programs Discover opportunities for young people to explore, prepare, and launch their career paths with aligned classroom learning

Higher Education

"Start Next Quarter" Find out if you and/or someone in your household qualify for free or reduced tuition through community and technical colleges with funding from Worker Retraining, Opportunity Grants, WorkFirst, and Basic Food and Employment Training programs.
Washington Career Bridge Find the education & training you need to get the job you want.
Air Washington Join the training programs for future aerospace workers.
College Bound Scholarships A program designed for middle school students who otherwise might not consider college as an option because of its cost.
Washington 211 Search by zip code for resources in your neighborhood.
Washington State Basic Food Employment and Training Program Job search training for Basic Food recipients through community or technical colleges and community based organizations.
Vocational Rehabilitation Assist individuals with disabilities to prepare, obtain, and/or maintain employment.
The REACH Center Support youth ages 16-24 for education, work opportunities, housing, and peer mentoring in Pierce County.
Washington State Opportunity Scholarship Provides renewable scholarships ($2,500 - 7,500 per year) in many high-demand professional fields.
Integrated Basic Education Skills Training (I-BEST) Improves literacy, work, and college-readiness skills to move through schools and into living wage jobs faster.
Affordable Colleges Online Provides community resources and tools related to higher education.
Cascades Job Corps College and Career Academy Find new tuition-free training and education programs for your career development.
Job Corps Campuses Discover many different job training programs in these Washington State locations.
WASFA – Washington Application for State Financial Aid Apply for assistance available to students including refugees, asylees, or undocumented individuals.
Scholarships and College Guide for Native American Students Find out what scholarships are available for Native American Students to apply.
College Guide for Indigenous Students Check out these Indigenous Serving Institutions and Tribal Colleges, with accompanying scholarship information.
Washington College and Career Compass Find resources to help working-age adults navigate educational pathways and complete their education.
Guide to FAFSA and Financial Aid Check out resources that can help students successfully apply for FAFSA financial aid and fund their college costs.
Scholarship Guide for Hispanic and Latino Students Navigate the scholarships that can help Hispanic and Latino students fund their degree.
Scholarship Guide for LGBTQ Students Navigate scholarship information and questions about the application process to Title IX and LGBTQ-friendly colleges.
Scholarship Guide for Students of Color Navigate a variety of scholarships for minority students and additional resources for multicultural students.
College Guide for Students Experiencing Homelessness Discover information about applying for and attending college as well as resources available for students experiencing homelessness.
College Guide for Veterans and Active Service Members Check out resources that can ease the transition to campus life for veterans and active service members.
Traumatic Brain Injury Resources Find information, assistance, and educational materials that support individuals with brain injury.
College Guide for Underrepresented Students in STEM Find scholarship opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM) for minority students.

Disclaimer - Links to external resources are provided as a public service and do not imply endorsement by Washington Connection and its Program Administrators.