Washington State Regional Contacts
Homeland Security-Related contact information; Washington State is divided into 9 Homeland Security regions. Contacts for each region are available.
National Partnership for Environmental Technology Education
The National Partnership for Environmental Technology Education (PETE), is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization that helps facilitate, partnerships with educational institutions, industry, and government. Serving the 50 states, Tribal Nations, U.S. territories, and insular areas, the PETE network includes more than 400 community, tribal, and technical colleges, representing one-third of America's two year institutions. Business, industry, and governmental agency partnerships are integral to this network.Washington State Emergency Management Department (EMD)
The Washington Military Department, Emergency Management Division.Center of Excellence Homeland Security
The COE at Pierce College is for Homeland Security. It is a coalition of all 34 community and technical colleges, public agencies, and private sector organizations dedicated to delivering dynamic Homeland Security training statewide.Community & Technical Colleges - Homeland Security Contacts
Washington State Community and Technical Colleges' Centers of Excellence are flagship institutions that create educational pathways for individuals seeking opportunities for high wage careers.Washington State Board for Community & Technical Colleges (SBCTC)
The State Board for Community and Technical Colleges has nine members appointed to four-year terms by the Governor with the consent of the Senate.
The State Board is required to provide “general supervision and control over the state system of community and technical colleges.”WASEMA
WSEMA is the professional association of local, county, state and federal emergency management individuals from the private and public sectors committed to:
Center of Excellence Homeland Security, Pierce College, 9401 Farwest Drive S.W., Lakewood, WA 98498-1999