Washington Labor Center

The Labor Center provides working people with useful tools, through education, training, conferences and events, and timely, targeted research. We serve workers of all ages, races, genders, languages and communities, working in many industries. See below for upcoming events along with visitor and contact information.

Our education and research are focused on the daily experience of Washington workers. We use popular education to support workers developing skills in workplace leadership and advocacy, and build knowledge of workers' rights, labor history, and our political systems.

Our research team creates timely, relevant reports on Washington’s working families, with special emphasis on the needs of Washington women, BIPOC, low wage, immigrant, and vulnerable workers.

Contact or Visit the Labor Center

WA Labor Education and Research Center
South Seattle College Georgetown Campus
6737 Corson Ave S, Building B Room 106  
Seattle, WA 98108

Phone: 206-934-6671
Email: laborcenter@seattlecolleges.edu

The Labor Center is open to the public and is located on the Georgetown Campus of South Seattle College in Building B, Room 106. We are accessible by Metro Routes 60, 124, 131 and 132.

Our offices are open Tue-Thur, 9am-4:00pm and house the Will Parry Labor Library as well as a large collection of labor DVDs and resource binders from past trainings. For information on our training and education programs, contact James Oliveros, james.oliveros@seattlecolleges.edu.  For more information on our research work, contact Muhammad Javid, muhammad.javid@seattlecolleges.edu.