The following organizations offer assistance in finding work and job training. 

Please be advised: the Everett Social Services listed in the Everett Helplink index do not constitute an endorsement by our website, nor are they a guarantee of the services listed on those pages.

The Everett WorkSource office is currently located inside the Everett Transit Station, and provides access to a variety of support services. 

Unemployment insurance benefits provide temporary financial assistance to workers unemployed through no fault of their own that meet Washington's eligibility requirements.

Career Bridge matches each job with education and training programs offered throughout the state. Future students can see at a glance the cost of tuition, books and other fees, the location and length of training, entrance requirements and more, as they consider pursuing a particular career path. Home to over 5,000 education and training programs, Washington Career Bridge lets you search for training programs by location, subject area, and type of school. 

The US Department of Labor (USDOL) created the Federal Bonding Program (FBP) in 1966. To provide Fidelity Bonds that guarantee honesty for “at-risk,” hard-to-place job seekers. The bonds cover the first six months of employment. There is no cost to the job applicant or the employer. The FBP has been successfully providing fidelity bonds to employers, giving them access to job seekers and opening doors of opportunity where none existed.

Everett Community College works in partnership with the Employment Security Department to provide job training for people who are a dislocated worker or laid-off. Worker Retraining is a "jump-start" funding source providing assistance with tuition, fees, and books. Funding is restricted to non-transfer certificates or ATA degrees and Continuing Education courses if they are job-related.

HopeWorks currently owns and operates three businesses. HopeWorks develops and operates businesses designed to create career pathways for both youth and adults who are homeless or heads of at-risk households. Currently three social enterprises have been established: GroundWorks LandscapingReNewWorks Home & Decor, and CafeWorks Coffee & Food. Additionally, the organization offers training and education through paid internships.

The Everett Goodwill center programs provide job training and education programs to people in the community, as well as help finding a job. All of the classes and services offered by this program are free of charge.


Job Corps is a free education and training program that helps young people learn about a career, earn a high school diploma or GED, and find and keep a job. Job Corps provides career-related skills trainings for young people (at least 16 years of age) who meet low-income criteria.

Bridgeways is a private, not-for-profit corporation that promotes quality-of-life for individuals who live with mental illness. This includes locating supportive employment. This company's goal is to bring a sense of growth and independence to those with mental illness. 

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.