At LWTech we offer several federal and state funded programs through Workforce Development (WFD). The programs may provide assistance with tuition, books, advising, and individualized support services. Students must qualify for the programs to receive benefits.
Want to register for any of our WFD programs? You can take the Start Next Quarter survey to see if you are eligible. Then sign up to attend the LWTech and Workforce Development Information Session.
Attend the Virtual Workforce Development Funding Info Session on Thursdays at 2 p.m. via Microsoft Teams to learn more about LWTech and workforce funding programs. To see if you qualify and to sign up for the information session, take the Start Next Quarter survey or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (425) 739-8339.
Sessions take place every Thursday at 2 p.m. via Microsoft Teams!
Learn more about these sessions
Note Currently Attending students: Join us for a Workforce Program "Lunch and Learn" to learn more about Workforce Funding Programs. Contact us at (425) 739-8339 for any questions.
Sessions take place every Thursdays, 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. via Microsoft Teams.
Additionally, please take the "Workforce Development Funding Eligibility Online Survey" to see if you are eligible for WFD programs.
WFD@lwtech.edu or (425) 739-8339
The Basic Food, Employment, and Training program offers tuition, book and supply funding, career and educational advising, support in navigating DSHS, and childcare assistance to students that are receiving federal Basic Food Assistance (food stamps) from DSHS.
LWTech partners with Community Based Organizations that offer help to qualified students. Many of these community organizations have a regular presence on our campus. Their presence helps increase accessibility to students.
The Opportunity Grant program offers up to 45 credits of tuition and fee assistance, up to $1000 per year for books and supplies, career and educational advising, and support in navigating college and community resources to income eligible students pursuing high-wage, high-demand occupations.
The Worker Retraining program offers tuition assistance, career counseling, advising, priority class registration, and other benefits to individuals in career transition such as laid-off workers, displaced homemakers, vulnerable workers, and formerly self-employed individuals. Military veterans discharged in the last 48 months, and active duty military with separation orders, may be eligible for help with the cost of books.
Take the "Start Next Quarter" (SNQ) online survey to see if you are eligible for WFD programs.
Think you meet Workforce Development Program eligibility guidelines? Apply Now!
Mon-Fri, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Mon-Thurs, 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Friday, Closed to the public