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Published: Monday, June 23, 2014, 1:19 p.m.

Job training center in south Everett expands

An expansion project will enable the Everett Job Training & Education Center to serve more people.
A donorís bequest of $30,000 a year over time funded the expansion, which will add a third classroom at the south Everett facility.
The expansion will allow the nonprofit to increase enrollment from 120 students per session to 180 and provide space for in-demand courses such as GED.
The Everett Job Training & Education Center is located at 210 SW Everett Mall Parkway, Suite D, in Everett. Last year, the center served 338 people.
Free classes, support and job placement services are provided. For more information or to RSVP to the open house, call 206-726-5857.
To learn about available classes, visit www.seattlegoodwill.org.
Story tags » Jobs

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