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 or underemployed and meet U.S. Department of Labor income guidelines (http://aspe.hhs.gov/poverty/)
To set up an intake, contact (206) 829-2247 or drop by Daybreak Star Cultural Center Monday-Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm.

What is NWSP:
NWPS supports comprehensive employment and training activities, because a skilled workforce is critical to the future of our Native communities.

  • Job counseling
  • Academic counseling and assistance
  • Referrals and placement
  • Classroom training

Who is eligible:
Native Americans, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians who are economically disadvantaged and/or unemployed

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

Bus: #33

LINKS: These pages help both employers and workers.

Paying For College
Student Resource Guide
For more information download brochure HERE.

Community Scholarship Initiative Booklet
This is a tremendous resource for students looking for scholarships. For more information download the booklet HERE.

Please Check our Job Links HERE!

Yolanda Spencer, Program Manager
yspencer@unitedindians.org
206.829.2247

Sheri Melendez, Employment Specialist
smelendez@unitedindians.org
206.829.2246