Phone: 206-728-JOBS (5627) Fax: 206-957-3848
Location: 2515 Western Ave, Seattle, WA 98121, between Wall and Vine Streets.
Hours of Employment Program Office:
6:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Monday through Friday; 6:30-10:00 a.m. on Saturday. Calls received after 2:00 p.m. will be forwarded to voicemail. Employers can leave a message to request a worker through voicemail, but you will not get a personal confirmation response until the next day at 6:00 a.m.
Hours of Administrative Offices: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. NOTE: the delivery door on Western Avenue is locked at 2:00 pm. If you want to deliver a package after 2:00 p.m., call 206-957-3846.
Millionair Club Charity
This is a Seattle based organization helps those experiencing homelessness, unemployment and underemployment get placed in temporary and permanent jobs, as well as provide the vital support services they need to be successful at work, including meals, showers, laundry, vision care and transitional housing.
The MCC's Temporary Staffing Solutions program connects men and women with employment opportunity at over 1,100 businesses and residences in the greater Seattle area.
Daily work assignments, temporary and permanent job placements for anyone who wants to work
Offers men and women an opportunity to earn a wage and escape homelessness and unemployment.
Staffing and employment services for Employers
Helps businesses and homeowners to meet their demand for labor.
Job Training and Licensing
To make sure our workers become qualified and job-ready, including Food Handler's Permits, M.A.S.T. licenses, and safety instruction.
Nutritious hot meals and sack lunches
Not only does our meals program provide fuel for work, it is open to the entire community - the 3rd largest open community meals program in Seattle.
Housing at the Kasota Apartments & other Assistance
Transitional housing is available in the Kasota Apartments and assistance is available to prevent eviction or locate other housing opportunities. This stabilizes lives and enhances our workers' chances of achieving permanent employment
Shower and laundry facilities
To enable people who are homeless or in unstable housing to be ready for work.
Free eye examinations and prescription eye glasses
Volunteer eye doctors and opticians make the vision clinic possible. Eye glass manufacture is provided by Walman Optical, who also provides eye glass frames and equipment maintenance.
Clothing Closet & Safety Equipment
A wide variety of clothing, weather gear, work shoes, and personal protection equipment makes sure our employment program members are always ready for work.
Connections to community services
Free cell phones, reduced fare Orca bus cards, free job training through RISE, health care clinics through Neighbor Care, and many more, help ensure we are supporting our men and women every step of the way.