Learn about the Workforce Board!

Future of Work

NEW—Download the 2019 Future of Work Report. This first-in-the-nation project features a 16-member Task Force that is exploring and developing policies to “futurize” Washington’s workers and businesses.

Health Workforce Council

The Health Workforce Council brings attention to current and projected workforce shortages in healthcare occupations, and propose strategies to address these issues. Read the 2019 Health Workforce Council Report!

Board Meetings & Materials

Learn more about the Workforce Board’s work and get meeting dates and materials.

Washington's Workforce Plan

Talent and Prosperity for All (TAP), shapes our workforce priorities, with a focus on workers, businesses, and communities. 

Career Bridge

Career Bridge is Washington’s one-stop source for career and education planning.

Private Career School Resources

The Workforce Board licenses and regulates more than 300 private career schools in Washington. Find resources for students, veterans, school administrators and new schools.

Closed School Transcripts

The Workforce Board holds transcripts from many of Washington’s closed private career schools. Former students may request copies free of charge.

Upcoming Events

January 29, 2020

Workforce Board Meeting
State Board for Comm & Technical Colleges
1300 Quince Street SE, Olympia
Cascade Conference Room
9 am to 4 pm

Perkins Learning Forums

These forums are being held in Auburn, Spokane, and Vancouver, WA in February. Find your date and location here.

March 27, 2020

Health Workforce Council Meeting
Olympia, Location TBD
9:00 am to 12:00 pm

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