|Education & Training|
Economic Alliance Snohomish County works closely and is co-located with Workforce Snohomish (Formerly Workforce Development Council). Workforce Snohomish oversees the implementation, local planning and management of the federal Workforce Investment Act in Snohomish County. Visit the Workforce Snohomish website for more information.
Snohomish County is home to numerous institutions
offering a wide array of choices and diversity in degree programs—all aimed
toward equipping today’s students with the skills and education necessary for
prospering in the competitive and ever-advancing economy of tomorrow. Graduation statistics for any of the
following institutions is available from EASC.
Edmonds Community College - Lynnwood, WA
Central Washington University (branch campus) -
CityUniversity of Seattle- Everett, WA
Columbia College - Marysville, WA
DeVry University - Lynnwood, WA
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Everett,
University Center of North Puget Sound - Everett,
University of Washington - Seattle, WA
The UW is the State’s leading research university with the main campus in Seattle and branch campus’ in Bothell and Tacoma. The UW also has a world-class academic medical center. Within the UW you will find 16 colleges and schools offering 1,800 undergraduate courses each quarter. 12,000 bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral and professional degrees are conferred annually.
University of Washington (branch campus) - Bothell,
Western Washington University (branch campus) -
ITT Technical Institute - Everett, WA
Lake Washington Institute of Technology - Kirkland, WA
Washington Aerospace Training and Research
Center - Everett, WA
Sno-Isle TECH Skills Center - Everett, WA
Information about specific workforce training initiatives and funding programs is available from the WA State Board for Community & Technical Colleges.