Aeronautical Science Pathway is a program through the Museum of Flight and Puget Sound Skills Center that encourages high school juniors and seniors interested in an aviation career to take the after-school course and earn both high school credit and 60 college credits from Green River College over the two-ear program.
Khan Academy offers free online courses for students to learn at their own pace and get guidance on class assignments.
Zearn Math is a free program that supports rigorous math instruction by combining small group teacher instruction and personalized digital lessons that allows students to move at their own pace.
GCF LearnFree.org provides free online classes on technology, work, core skills, reading, math, languages, GED and more.
One America offers English Innovations classes for adult English learners who living in Washington State. Classes cover conversation, storytelling and topics that are relevant to your life as an immigrant. Classes are currently virtual @ home.
Partner in Employment (PIE) offers ESL classes at their Tukwila office four days a week for those who receive DSHS benefits (food stamps or BFET-eligible) or are a SeaTac resident.
Ready to Work offers free, classroom-based programs for adult immigrants with low English-language skills. Participants must be at least 18 years old and live within the boundaries of the city of Seattle. Classes take place both online and in-person.
Washington Healthplanfinder offers many resources including in-person enrollment centers, virtual video or phone assistance – and the WAPlanfinder mobile app. Contact their Customer Support Center at 1-855-923-4633 or visit the King County Public Health Access & Outreach here.
Business Ending Slavery & Trafficking (BEST) offers free stress, trauma and resilience training and many other resources. Check out the BEST website and register for one of their many training opportunities.
If you are an adult with an intellectual or developmental disability who is isolated and needs to talk, The Arc of King County has volunteers who are ready to listen – phone buddies! Please reach out to the Information and Family Support Team at 206-829-7053 or email@example.com and mention the Phone Buddy program.
Learn ways to understand and ease anxiety in children as they go back to school and navigate the world. D’Amore Mental Health offers a practical list by age group on communicating about anxiety.
Northwest Consumer Law Center offers free webinars, legal clinics and more. Millions of Washington residents face legal problems that impact their daily lives, but can’t afford a lawyer. NWCLC provides legal support for debt defense, foreclosure prevention, automobile fraud, consumer bankruptcy and student loans.