Program Partners

Program Partners

SJI’s programs rely on multiple community-based organization and community college partners.

SJI partners with community-based organizations to staff Career Navigators, who provide hands-on support to Career Pathways participants to prepare for, enroll in and complete college programs, and connect to well-paying employment opportunities.

If you are an interested participant or job seeker, you can learn about SJI’s program options and find out which community-based organization you should contact in the Job Seekers section of this website.

View general information about our community-based organization partners:

  • Neighborhood House

    Since 1906, Neighborhood House has been helping diverse communities of people with limited resources attain their goals for self-sufficiency, financial independence, health and community building. Our services include early childhood education (including Head Start and Early Head Start), mentoring and tutoring, emergency referral services, self-sufficiency/employment classes and services (including ESL and citizenship), job placement and training, substance abuse services, transportation and outreach for the elderly and disabled and publication of the Voice newspaper.

    Career Pathways Program Industry Sectors:

    Contact Information:

    Wiley Center at Greenbridge
    9800 8th Avenue SW
    Seattle, WA 98106
    www.nhwa.org
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  • Pacific Associates

    Pacific Associates has been providing quality employment and training services for 30 years. Our goal is for residents of Seattle and King County to gain skills and employment that will lead to careers and economic well-being for themselves and their families.

    Career Pathways Program Industry Sectors:

    Contact Information:

    1833 N. 105th Street, Suite 305
    Seattle, WA 98133
    www.pacassoc.com
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  • YWCA

    The mission of the YWCA of Seattle-King County-Snohomish County is to advance the quality of life for men and women of all ages, races, and faiths, and their families. In support of this mission, the YWCA provides services to meet critical needs, promote self-sufficiency, reduce violence, eliminate racism, and achieve equal opportunities for all people. Every year, the YWCA provides ongoing services for nearly 20,000 residents of King and Snohomish Counties, in four program areas: Safe Stable Housing, Economic Self-Sufficiency, Success in Life, and Living in Dignity.

    Career Pathways Program Industry Sectors:

    Contact Information:

    YWCA – at Opportunity Place
    2024 3rd Avenue
    Seattle, WA 98121
    www.ywcaworks.org
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SJI partners with area community colleges to provide the education and training components of our Career Pathways program. Colleges also make resources available on their campuses that our participants may access, such as tutoring, advising, and other supports. SJI’s current college partners include: