Workforce - WorkFirst

WorkFirst helps struggling families secure stable employment and become independent. Through WorkFirst, funding may be available to parents for job training.
To be eligible for WorkFirst funding for education, you must be a WorkFirst participant who receives cash assistance from the Department of Social and Health Services (receiving TANF cash benefits). 

To get started, first complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Then, contact Pierce College workforce office at (253) 964-6265.

Eligible Training Programs

WorkFirst may pay tuition and books for the student’s first quarter of training in the following professional/technical programs at Pierce College:

Professional/Technical Program List

WorkForce Education