In an effort to move people beyond a crisis and onto a more self-sustaining life, Community Action of Skagit County is working to align our internal programming to move families forward. How do we do that? By providing families with tools that will help them articulate and manifest their goals in the areas of employment education and financial stability.

Job Board

The jobs listed on the Job Board are not specific to employment with Community Action of Skagit County. For job search assistance please consider joining one of our employment programs.  To find out more, please contact 360-588-5724.

Workshops

Life Skills Workshop Series

December 12 @ 3:15 pm - 5:15 pm

WorkPathways Workshop Series

December 14 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Life Skills Workshop Series

December 19 @ 3:15 pm - 5:15 pm

WorkPathways Workshop Series

December 21 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

WorkPathways Workshop Series
In a competitive job market, applicants need every advantage to be considered. In a twelve-week cycle, participants and facilitators work together on résumés, cover letters, addressing interview questions and finding the right job for your skills. Pre-registration is required. Call (360) 588-5724 for more information or to RSVP.

Life Skills Workshop Series
Life Skills is an open enrollment course. Every week, participants and Employment Specialists work together on different topics including:

  • Thinking Skills: effective problem solving, decision making
  • Social Skills: effective communication skills, conflict resolution, self-confidence
  • Emotional Skills: self-awareness, resiliency, coping with emotion, coping with stress

Pre-registration is required. Call (360) 588-5724 or email jobs@communityactionskagit.org. for more information or to RSVP.

Ongoing Services

Landing the right job is a skill that takes practice and support. We can help build your talents and connect you with resources to get you where you want to go.

One-on-one job coaching/career planning
Job readiness training
Job search assistance including resume, cover letter, job application, and interviewing skills
Short Term vocational training
Basic education

Explore your next steps with us!

Please send us an email or call 360-588-5724.

Programs

To improve your employment opportunities through those services, we can connect you with the program that will be the best fit for you.

Program Description
WorkFirst Those receiving the TANF grant through DSHS are able to participate in the WorkFirst programs.

All WorkFirst participants must be referred to Community Action staff by their DSHS case manager.

Supported Employment An individual is eligible to receive Supported Employment services if they are:

  • 16 or older
  • Medicaid-eligible
  • Meet other criteria
    • Contact us by email or call 360-588-5724 for Supported Employment Questions or for an Appointment