Start Your Career in East King County!
Just starting out, or looking for your next opportunity? Check out the myriad opportunities available on the Eastside Job Board!
Eastside Job Boards – submit a job, find a job
Eastside Job Board
Job Search | Bothell Kenmore Chamber of Commerce
Covington Chamber of Commerce
Duvall Chamber of Commerce
Issaquah Chamber of Commerce
Maple Valley Black Diamond Chamber of Commerce
Renton Chamber of Commerce
Education and Training Institutions
Reduced/free tuition maybe available for qualifying individuals through Workforce Transitions Support Program
As the only public institute of technology in the state of Washington, LWTech offers 11 applied bachelor’s degrees, 35 associate degrees, and 86 professional certificates in 42 areas of study, including STEM-focused programs in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. LWTech offers programs in:
• The School of Business
• The School of Design and Applied Arts
• The School of Education
• The School of Engineering and Manufacturing
• The School of Health Science
• The School of Information Technology
• The School of Transportation Technology
LWTech students have gone on to transfer to programs at MIT, RIT, Johns Hopkins, UW, and WSU, and have joined companies like Boeing, Microsoft, Google, Amazon, and SpaceX.
Cascadia College opened its doors in 2000 and remains the state’s newest community college. Specifically designed to prepare students for transfer to a university, the majority of Cascadia’s graduates enroll at one of the University of Washington campuses upon completion. Cascadia shares a campus with the University of Washington Bothell, allowing Cascadia students access to the UW Library, transfer pathways and advising, co-curricular facilities, and a chance to experience university life while gaining a superior and equitable education at the community college. Cascadia has one of the highest academic success rates in the state.
DigiPen is located in Redmond, WA and ranks as one of the best schools in the U.S. for digital arts and game design. Their industry-focused curriculum sends graduates to AAA studios like Microsoft, Nintendo, Valve, and Bungie.
UW Bothell is known for providing a student experience grounded in close relationships with faculty as researchers, teachers and mentors — and the personalized support of staff who are dedicated to student success. Both our faculty and staff have been recognized nationally for innovations in academic programming and support services designed to help students graduate on time and debt-free.
As part of its commitment to excellence inside and outside the classroom, UW Bothell places particular value on community engagement, diversity and environmental sustainability. The campus is also distinguished by its focus on connected learning and cross-disciplinary research, scholarship and creative practice.
Certificate & AAS in: Computer Network Technology; Computer Science
BAS in Application Development and Computer Network Architecture
Technology Career Training
East King County boasts one of the largest employment centers in Washington state due to the large information technology sector. East King County is home to the headquarters of Microsoft, Amazon, Meta, as well as Nintendo North America, Google, SpaceX, and T-Mobile.
Ada Developers Academy
Non-profit coding bootcamp offering women and gender diverse people training in Software/Web/Mobile App Development. Age: 18+
Program Length & Frequency: 11 months (6 month class/5 month internship), Full-time M-F
Washington Technology Industry Association’s non-profit offers training & apprenticeships in: Web/Software Development; Network Security; Windows or Linux Systems Administration; IT Tech Support or Cloud Tech Support. Some intermediate technical knowledge/skills required. Age: 18+
Program Length & Frequency: 10 months (4 month class/6 month paid apprenticeship), Full-time M-F
Digital Skills for All
Non-profit initiative offering multiple programs to provide underserved youth with computer science skills they need to succeed in entry-level tech job opportunities. Age: 16-24
Program Length & Frequency: 12-18 months, depending on program
Generation USA Training Accelerator
In partnership with South Seattle College, offering residents in King County free Junior Web Developer job training. All accepted students are eligible for $100/week stipend. Age: 18+
Program Length & Frequency: 11-12 weeks, Full-time M-F
Lake Washington Institute of Technology IT Programs
BAS in Computing & Software Development; Certificates & AAS in: Computing & Software Development; Web Development; Computer Security & Network Technology; IT Support Technician
Per Scholas Seattle
Non-profit offering low-income adults three different free job training bootcamps: Full Stack Java Developer; IT Support; and AWS Cloud Computing. Some intermediate technical knowledge/skills may be required. Age: 18+
Program Length & Frequency: 14 weeks, Full-time M-F
Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle InfoTech Program
Non-profit offers long-term unemployed adults job training to become certified in Cloud Computing via the Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform. Age: 18+
Program Length & Frequency: 6 weeks, Full-Time M-F
Year Up Puget Sound
Non-profit offering low-income, young adults job training & internships in three different tech career pathways: Application Development & Support; QA & Testing; IT Support/Helpdesk; and Business Operations & Project Management Support. Age: 18-26
Program Length & Frequency: 12 months (6 month class & 6 month internship), Full-Time M-F
With an approved plan, workers can receive both unemployment insurance and earned wages. This can be an ideal tool for those businesses looking for a temporary or gap solution to hold on to their workforce.
To enroll: Employers submit both the employer application and participant list. Plan specialists are available to support you in completing an eligibility check and in the management of your plan Monday – Friday, 8am-4pm. Call 800-752-2500, option 3. Learn more by attending a Weekly Wednesday SharedWork Q&A live webinar at 8:15 to 9 a.m.
Hospitality Industry - For Employers
Back to Work Toolkit (Washington Hospitality Association)
The workforce shortage is poised to be the next big challenge for the hospitality industry. This toolkit is designed to give you ideas on enticing employees back into hospitality, from tips on recruiting to SharedWork.
Employers revisiting teen workforce to address labor shortage (Washington Hospitality Association)
The current workforce shortage is forcing many in the hospitality industry to rethink their approach to staffing…Nearly all employers will likely need to expand their applicant pool to attract new employees.