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WorkFirst

Transition from public assistance to self-sufficiency!

Through WorkFirst, low-income, single moms build self-confidence, increase their skills and make the transition from public assistance to further education, productive employment and self-sufficiency.
WorkFirst offers adult basic education in communication, building self-esteem, goal setting, decision making, parenting, job market information, job search techniques, resume writing and interview skills. The program also includes life skills sessions, basic English and math education, and an introduction to computers and word processing.

Tuition is $25/quarter (financial assistance is available).

Information
General information 509-533-4600
Adult Education Center (N. Monroe St.) 509-533-4631
Hillyard Center 509-533-8517