The Everett WorkSource office is located inside the Everett Transit Station. The services available in the Everett office support job-seeking candidates by providing access to a variety of support services. The Worksource website allows registered clients to search for jobs, access helpful job seeking & resume tips and more.. registration is free.
Clients are encouraged to meet with a Professional Employment Specialist to discuss job search needs and obtain assistance in finding open job positions. Information on resumes, cover letters, and reference sheets is also available. The office hosts employment and training related workshops.
This office provides special assistance to Veterans and their families in regards to job placement, as well as identifying and working barriers to employment such as homelessness.
Filing for Unemployment Insurance
- Apply on the internet, by phone at 1-800-318-6022, or with the Washington Relay Service 711.
Onsite Resources and Tools
- Free access to computers, the Internet, phones, fax machines and copiers for job search activities.
- Assistance with setting up a free e-mail account.
- Daily jobs are posted on the Resource Room job board.
- Disability resources and assistive technology-check with the front desk for more information
- Typing, data entry, & 10 key tests: Certificate of speed & accuracy is issued
- Winway Resume Builder and Resume Template are available on all computer desktops
JobSearch and Placement Assistance
- Workshops: A variety of workshops on job-search related topics and basic computer skills.
- Employment Specialists: Professional staff you can meet with to discuss job search needs.
- Desk side job matching & referral: Assistance in finding open positions and getting connecting clients.
- Written Materials: resume, cover letter, reference sheet, and thank you letter information handouts.
- WorkSource Website: Statewide job listings, the ability to post resume(s), and access to job search tools and links to job search resources.
Training Opportunities and Resources
- Washington Career Bridge: Find training providers and funding resources.
- WIA/Workforce Investment Act: A federally funded intensive job search program that may include assistance with training for those who are eligible.
- Ways to Train while receiving Unemployment Benefits: Training Benefits (TB) & Commissioner Approved Training (CAT).
- Demand/Decline occupations
- Federal government financing: Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Disability resources are at the Service Center, Suite 215.
3201 Smith Ave
Everett, WA 98201
Hours of Operation: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday- 8am-5pm
Bus Information for this location:
All Everett Transit Buses headed to the Everett Transit Center.
- 4- South to Downtown
- 3- South to W Casino Rd
- 7- South to mall station
- 29- South to mall station
- 17- South to mall station
- 18 - East or West
- Para Transit also available
Community Transit: SW bound swift bus
All of the information provided on this page comes including logo comes from the WorkSource website & the banner image above is from Google Maps.