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Overview for First Time Users
Seattle College to Career is a tool that will help you find the training to reach your career goals. Start by clicking on any area below that looks interesting to you, and you’ll find a list of our professional-technical training programs in that area – with many options to filter and narrow down further. Once you find a training program of interest, click on it to see details such as typical jobs for which the training program will prepare you, what courses you’ll take, how much it will cost and more. Once you’re ready to enroll in a program, be sure to read the “Next Steps” box to get you started. Happy hunting!

Why should I choose a career pathway?

Students who have a clear plan are more likely to achieve their academic and career goals. Choosing a career pathway helps you make a plan and focus your time at the Seattle Colleges. A good plan can save you time and money.

What is a career pathway?

A career pathway is a roadmap for getting from where you are now to the career you want to have. A good pathway clearly lays out the education you will need and the typical jobs at the end of the pathway.

How do I choose a career pathway?

Choose an area of interest from the icons above to see a full list of education programs in that area. Select any program from the list to see the details, including the courses you can expect to take and the typical jobs for graduates of the program.

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Equal Opportunity

The Seattle College District is committed to the concept and practice of equal opportunity for all its students, employees, and applicants in education, employment, services and contracts, and does not discriminate on the basis of race or ethnicity, color, age, national origin, religion, marital status, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran or disabled veteran, political affiliation or belief, citizenship/status as a lawfully admitted immigrant authorized to work in the United States, or presence of any physical, sensory or mental disability, except where a disability may impede performance at an acceptable level.

In addition, reasonable accommodations will be made for known physical or mental limitations for all otherwise qualified persons with disabilities. Inquiries regarding compliance and/or grievance procedures may be directed to the college’s Title IX/RCW 28A.640 officer and/or Section 504/ADA coordinator.

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