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Employment Resource Center

Employment Resource Center
West Building, W207
(425) 739-8113

Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

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The Employment Resource Center assists students with Job Search and Career Planning. Students are provided with a variety of resources to assist in finding a job or planning a career path.


Job Search Tools
Career Videos
For Employers  Career Planning Resources
Workshops and Events
 Find a Job
Researching Employers 
Student Lingo
Student Success Workshops


 The Employment Resource Center offers ongoing workshops and events to support students, graduates and community members in their career planning and job search

 Manufacturing, Technology & Design Job Fair

Tuesday, May 3rd 11AM to 2PM

East Building - Main Mall area, LWTech

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Job Seekers and Students - for more information and to register go to:


Employers - Interested?  Give the us a call at 425-8113


Presented by LWTech in partnership with WorkSource
Seattle-King County and Snohomish County


2016 Spring Workshops

LinkedIn & Your Professional Network!  -  May 18th

Righteous Resume  -   May 25th

Impressive Interview  - June 1st


West Building, W204f 12:00 - 1:00 PM

The Workshops are free and open to students, alumni and community members. No registration is required.

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Turn Classroom Success into a Successful Career

The career center can help!

Available Resources

  • Career Services Online Search for current job postings, apply to jobs online, and post your resume using our online service.

  • Job search Videos See how to land the job!

  • Workshops covering career planning and job search topics such as the Career Choice Workshop and the WorkPlace 101 series.

  • Job Search Advice and Assistance through individual appointments.

  • Information on job fairs, hiring events, employer information sessions and other employment related events in our area.

  • Assistance from community-based organizations that help with job placement and training opportunities.

  • Student Success Series Your quick cheat-sheet about topics such as Goal Setting, $Money$ management and Study Skills

  • Books and reference materials related to career exploration, job search, resumes, cover letters, interviewing, and networking.

  • Computer with Internet access, phone and fax machine for use in your job search.

  • Career Assessments and Inventories to assist in career exploration.

  • On-campus employer recruiting opportunities and events.

ERC Mission: "To provide quality career exploration, job search assistance and employment resources to students, alumni and community members in order to assist them in reaching their educational and career goals."