The Whatcom Job Training Center & Education Center

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Photo credit: https://seattlegoodwill.org/job-training-and-education

Goodwill: The Whatcom Job Training Center & Education Center

“We offer FREE classes in a wide range of subjects, including English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), Computers, High School Completion (GED, HS21+) and Work Readiness. We want to help you find the perfect class, so stop by our office to speak with us one-on-one. Please note you must register for classes before the session begins.”

https://seattlegoodwill.org/job-training-and-education/training-center-locations/bellingham-job-training-and-education-center

Contact

1115 E Sunset Dr, Bellingham, WA 98226

High School Completions, Testing Support, & Sector Navigation

Danny Bennett

360-738-0483

www.seattlegoodwill.org


Johnson O’Malley Program (JOM)

photo credit: Laurie Winters

photo credit: Laurie Winters

The Johnson O’Malley Program

The JOM program is for Lummi Nation students who would like help with tutoring, transportation, class fees, running start books, gas cards, or graduation costs.

Contact

2608 A Kwina Road

Bellingham WA 98226

Candy Jefferson (Interim Director)

candyj@lummi-nsn.gov

Alexandria Mackel (Parent Coordinator)

alexandriam@lummi-nsn.gov

Megan Kennedy (Tutor Coordinator)

megank@lummi-nsn.gov


Native Pathways to College 

Signing up for the Native Pathways to College program includes guidance and resources for native students such as on-site visits to colleges, coaching and workshops (joining is free).

Contact

https://collegefund.org/student-resources/native-pathways-to-college/

Lisa Redsteer (Native Pathways High School Relations Coordinator)

(360)-392-4455

Shoshaunee Elliott (Native Pathways to College Bridge Program, NWIC first year experience advisor)

(360) 392-4243

selliott@nwic.edu

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Photo credit: tutoringstem.com

STEM Tutoring

“At STEM Tutoring, we focus on two aspects of learning: mastery of specific math/science content and refinement of generalized study skills. The balance between these two aspects of learning results in skills that can be applied to the specific subject at hand and to the broader educational experience as well.”

Contact

Cindy Palmer

360-588-6760

cindy@tutoringstem.com

www.tutoringstem.com


Supplemental Education Transition Planning (SETuP) Program

“The purpose of the SETuP Program is to assist foster youth in successfully making the transition from high school to postsecondary enrollment, career, or service.”

https://www.wsac.wa.gov/setup

“Students looking for more information about SETuP and other resources for foster youth are encouraged to visit our partners at independence.wa.gov.

Our Local SETuP provider

YouthNet: http://youthnetnw.net/programs-services/setup/

Sara Rylaarsdam (Program Supervisor)

(360) 336-1610 ext. 216

Email

Carla Arnold (Program Director)

(360) 336-1610 ext. 201

Email

Samantha Gailey (Case Manager)

(360) 336-1610 ext. 202

Email


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Northwest Youth Services

We collaborate with at-risk, runaway and homeless youth to foster self-reliance.

Employment and Education

“We support youth in identifying their personal goals for the future and and building the skills necessary to reach their own sense of stability.”

Contact

1020 North State Street

Bellingham, WA. 98225

360-734-9862

www.NWYS.org