Education & Employment

253-298-4675
The Dr. Frank Hewins Early Learning Center houses all Franklin Pierce preschool programs. Head Start, ECEAP, Developmental Preschool, and Title 1 preschools are housed under one roof.
 
253-383-3921
MDC’s Employment services help people overcome barriers to employment, provide opportunities for career development, training and coaching for the self-employed or small business owner, and specialized training for those seeking employment with large corporations in our community.
 
Free job training and education, start your journey today!
 
253-964-6657
Pierce College offers day and evening English as a Second Language classes.
 
Pierce College ofrece clases de Inglés por las mañanas y por las tardes para aprender a leer, hablar, escribir y comprender el idioma, lo cual te ayuda y prepara para el mercado de trabajo. Aceptamos estudiantes de cualquier pais!
 

Debbie Murphy - Fort Steilacoom
253-964-6657 or DMurphy@pierce.ctc.edu

Christy Crandall - Puyallup
253-840-8463 or ccrandall@pierce.ctc.edu

Ann Hayes-Garcia - District Program Coordinator
253-912-3657 or ahayes-garcia@pierce.ctc.edu

 
Pierce County Library has online tools you can use for research, homework help, tutorials, reading suggestions and more! All you need to access any of these tools is a free library card.
 
714 S 27th St, Tacoma, WA 98409
The REACH Center promotes effective use of resources, and enhances collaboration with youth and community partners, and offers a unified voice in advocating for systemic change in how young adults participate in their economic future.
 
253-383-3951
Tacoma Community House is a nationally-respected, community-based service center for immigrants, refugees, and long-time South Sound residents seeking enrichment and pathways to self-sufficiency.
 
WorkSource is a statewide partnership of state, local and nonprofit agencies that provides an array of employment and training services to job seekers and employers in Washington.