Remote Operations Update:
The Georgetown Campus main offices will be operating remotely until further notice pending evolving Washington state executive orders in response to COVID-19. Apprenticeship programs will vary in hybrid, in-person, and online instruction. Please contact the appropriate program for more details on class format and schedule, application, and program info.
For general Georgetown & Apprenticeship inquiries:
Email: Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Messages checked daily
- Callback is 1 – 2 business days
- Leave a voicemail with your name, call back number, and a short message.
The Georgetown Campus of South Seattle College is Washington State’s largest apprenticeship training institution. Serving over 3,000 apprentices and students earning everything from short-term certificates and industry-recognized credentials to Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degrees, the Georgetown campus is known as the area’s premier workforce education and training center.
With classes on evenings and weekends, and new courses starting throughout the quarter, the campus serves adult learners by meeting their needs and fitting their schedules. Because of the hands-on nature of Georgetown, nearly all classes take place on site, drawing students to specialized workforce training that prepares people for the trades, including construction, manufacturing, and sustainable building science.
A winner of recent U.S. Department of Labor grant rounds in TAACCCT, AAI, and Tech Hire, Georgetown is well-positioned to deliver training and services to individuals experiencing long-term unemployment, those ready to transition into new careers, and local employers.
The Georgetown Campus trains more than 3,000 apprentices and journey-level workers annually in 50 different trades. Each of the training centers provides classroom and laboratory space with training equipment focused upon specific trade training needs.
The Seattle Colleges' Office Of Corporate & Customized Training is here to meet your organization's education and training needs. Corporate & Customized Training serves as a focal point for business, labor and community in support of economic development, educational opportunities, family wage jobs and global competitiveness across the region.
The Washington State Labor Education and Research Center (LERC) works with unions, community-based organizations and within colleges throughout Washington State to provide training and classes for and about working people. Our mission is to help working women and men develop the skills, confidence, and knowledge to be leaders at work and in their communities. Our goal is to equip all types of workers with the skills to run effective organizations and build a 21st century labor movement.