Native Workforce Service Program

presentation Download NWSP Program Flyer

To be eligible, a participant must be a resident of King County, over 18 years of age, member of a federally recognized tribe, unemployed, underemployed and meet income guidelines as per DOL http://aspe.hhs.gov/poverty/
To set up an intake, contact (206) 829-2247 or drop in to Daybreak Star Cultural Center at 5011 Bernie Whitebear Way, Seattle, WA 98199, our Hours are Monday-Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm

WHAT is NWSP:

The purpose is to support comprehensive employment and training activities because a skilled workforce is critical to the future of our native communities.

  • work experience,
  • job counseling,
  • referrals and placement,
  • classroom training,
  • career counseling,
  • academic counseling, and
  • educational assistance.
WHO:

Native Americans, Alaskan Natives and Native Hawaiians who are economically disadvantaged and/or unemployed

WHEN:
Monday – Friday from 8:00am – 4:00pm

WHERE:
Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center
5011 Bernie Whitebear Way
Seattle, WA 98199

Bus: #33

Eligibility Requirements

  • Resident of King County
  • 18 + years of age
  • Member of a federally recognized tribe
  • Unemployed
  • Underemployed and meet income guidelines as per DOL http://aspe.hhs.gov/poverty/

LINKS: We have a variety of pages aimed at helping both the employer and the worker.

Paying For College
Student Resource Guide

For more information download brochure HERE.

Community Scholarship Initiative Booklet
We received the attached booklet on scholarships today and encourage grantee to familiarize themselves with it.

The attached is a tremendous resource for students looking for scholarships. Please distribute widely.

For more information download the booklet HERE.

Please Check our Job Line HERE!

Yolanda Spencer, Program Manager
yspencer (at) unitedindians.org
206-829-2247

Sheri Melendez, Employment Specialist
smelendez (at) unitedindians.org
206-829-2246

FAX: 206-282-3640