• Career Navigation Resources

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    Bellevue College
    Mini-City Hall Office Hours

    Featured Program: Employment and Entrepreneurship Assistance

    From 2:30-4:30pm every Monday at Mini-City Hall inside Crossroads Mall, connect with the Bellevue Workforce and Business liaisons. Receive personal support and connections for your Career and Business journeys. Learn More here

    To help Bellevue residents reach their full employment potential, the city and partner agencies offer a variety of no-cost programs.   

    Connect with Career Navigation

    The City of Bellevue Workforce Development Specialist can meet in-person, over the phone, and over email. The Workforce Development Specialist has office hours at Mini-City Hall every Monday from 2:30pm-4:30pm starting on May 16th. Meetings can also be scheduled for other days.

    Head to our connect page and fill out some background information and we will get back to you soon.

    Organizations providing Career Navigation Assistance

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    Bellevue Center for Career Connections

    The Bellevue Center for Career Connections, part of the RISE learning institute, is a resource for students, alumni, community members, and employers to receive workforce related assistance and expand their education.

    Phone: (425) 564-2279

    Email: careers@bellevuecollege.edu

    Bellevue College can assist you with:

     Resume building, cover letters, interviewing skills, and workshops

     Career exploration

     Job training

     Job Search


     One on one assistance

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    WorkSource King County

    WorkSource provides a variety of employment resources free of charge including customized employment assistance, career navigation and training resources. WorkSource helps with online job search, computer access, training, workshops and hiring events. One-on-one support is also available to identify individualized training and navigation of resources.

    WorkSource King County can assist you with:

      Resume building, cover letters, interviewing skills, and workshops

      Career exploration

      Job training

      Job Search


     One on one assistance

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    Career One Stop

    Career One Stop is the flagship career, training, and job search website for the U.S. Department of Labor. The website serves job seekers, businesses, students, and career advisors with a variety of free online tools, information and resources.

    Career One Stop can assist you with:

      Resume building, cover letters, interviewing skills, and workshops

      Career exploration

      Job training

      Job Search


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    Career Bridge

    Career Bridge Washington features a catalog of over 6500+ Washington education programs all in one place. Also check out the Guide to Careers and Education in Washington.

    Career Bridge Washington can assist you with:

      Resume building, cover letters, interviewing skills, and workshops

      Career exploration (Catalog)

      Job training (Eligible Training Provider List)

      Job Search (Catalog)

      Internship/Apprenticeship (Catalog)

      One on One assistance

    Click below to see the most recent list of Tech jobs and training programs

    Organizations serving targeted communities

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    King County Library Welcoming Center

    The King County Library Welcoming Center assists immigrant, refugee or those new to the community find resources including employment and business assistance.

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    Hopelink serves homeless and low-income families, children, seniors and people with disabilities in King and Snohomish counties; providing stability and helping people gain the skills and knowledge they need to exit poverty for good.

    HopeLink assists with looking for help on a variety of job and career topics. Their Job and Career Coaching program aims to create a partnership between you and your Employment Specialist to reflect on and identify the skills, knowledge, and resources you need to achieve your employment goals. They use a collaborative approach where you meet with your dedicated Employment Specialist once a week to review progress. 

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    HERO House Northwest

    The Bellevue Clubhouse, a program of HERO House NW offers Hope, Empowerment, Relationships, and Opportunities for adults recovering from mental illness such as bi-polar disorder, anxiety depression, and schizophrenia.


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    Integration of Knowledge and Resources for Occupational Needs (IKRON)

    IKRON's vocational services are meant to assist a person’s recovery, well-being and independence. IKRON's caring and compassionate career specialists use a person-centered approach to services, taking into consideration the individuals’ preferences and interests when planning for services. 

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    Jewish Family Services (JFS) Refugee and Immigrant Services

    Comprehensive case management is provided to remove barriers to employment. Additionally, JFS helps resettled refugees who have professional degrees and experience return to their career field. Individualized case management and career guidance is coupled with coaching and support from volunteer mentors.

    Email: ris@jfsseattle.org

    Phone: (425) 643-2221

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    For low-income adults on the Eastside, YWCA provides employment-focused case management services for the economic advancement of low-income women and men who live on the Eastside.

    Employment advocates work with participants to identify strengths and address barriers, make a plan for college classes or vocational training, and access additional support services for housing, transportation, clothing, and more.