Holiday Campus Closures and Hours

North Seattle College will be closed Friday, Dec. 21 through Wednesday, Dec. 26 and again on Tuesday, Jan. 1.

Opportunity Center for Employment and Education
OCE&E Employment Services

OCE&E employment partners offer a range of services for job seekers and the unemployed, including support for BFET graduates, TANF recipients, the disabled, veterans, individuals specifically seeking healthcare positions or jobs as bank tellers, and ex-offenders.

Links to Employment Services Partners

Cares of Washington:

DSHS Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR):


TRAC Navigation:

Veterans Services:

YWCA BankWorks™:

YWCA CJ (Community Jobs):

Asian Counseling and Referral Service:

Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS) is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization offering a broad array of human services and behavioral health programs to Asian Pacific Americans in King County

Business Services:

Provides assistance with business registration, employment law assistance, fair labor practices, tax incentives and tax credit information. 

Cares of Washington/BFET:

Services and programs to help individuals with disabilities and those experiencing distress from low income find and sustain employment and develop life skills.

Employment Security Department:

Assistance with job search, referral, and placement; determine eligibility for ESD programs such as tuition vouchers and verify student eligibility for worker retraining services.

National Emergency Grant (JD-NEG):

Meant for people who have exhausted their unemployment benefits (or are about to)

Neighborhood House:

Helps diverse communities of people with limited resources attain their goals for self-sufficiency, financial independence, health, and community building.

Pacific Associates:

Assists in job search and career training. Also helps employers search for valuable employees.

Training, Rehabilitation, Assessment, Consultation Associates (TRAC) – Healthcare Training Programs:

Provides vocational training, job retention, career advancement and outplacement.


  • Contacts:
  • General Information Line
  • (206) 934-6199
  • Location:
  • OC0123 (OCEE building, on the first floor.)