Current Status of Funding Programs:
- For WINTER 2019: Workforce Education programs are accepting applications for currently registered students.
- For SPRING 2019: Workforce Education programs are accepting applications.
Step 1: Determine if Workforce Education might be a good option for you
Workforce Education provides services to low-income individuals and dislocated workers to help them achieve their academic and career goals. We provide funding for tuition, fees, and potentially other costs like books and transportation for eligible students in approved programs of study.
To see if you pre-qualify for our services, you can take a brief survey at StartNextQuarter.org, or learn more about a specific program and its eligibility criteria at the links below:
If you have questions, please contact us:
In-Person: Workforce Education Office (B-131)
Phone: (425) 564-4054
Step 2: Attend one of the weekly Workforce Education Info Sessions
Sessions start promptly at 2:30pm. No late entries – please arrive early and allow yourself time to locate the room. $2.00 parking fee (pay stations accept exact change, cash or credit/debit, no coins). See the Bellevue College Parking Map for locations of parking lots. No registration is needed! If you’re unable to attend an info session due to a recurring schedule conflict, please contact our front desk at 425-564-4054 so we can assist you.
Information Session Dates/Times:
Tuesdays from 2:30 – 4:00pm
Jan. 8 – Mar. 19 in room R-204
Bring writing materials (pen/pencil and paper), know your Social Security Number (if available), and bring your agenda/calendar – at the end of the info session there will be an opportunity to sign up for an advising appointment with a Workforce Education advisor.
Step 3: Come to your advising appointment
Make sure to bring necessary documents (you will receive a ‘What To Bring’ list at the info session).
For all appointments come to B131 – the nearest parking lot is the 5th floor of the Parking Garage ($2.00 fee).
Last Updated February 12, 2019