Basic Food Employment & Training (BFET)

Train for a new career or prepare for employment with help from BFET.

Opportunities for vocational education and career development for low income students who qualify for, or who receive, basic food benefits.

 

 

In a partnership with Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS), Lower Columbia College offers opportunities for vocational education and career development to low income-students who qualify to receive, or are currently receiving, federally issued basic food benefits.

BFET can help You!

  • Access college
  • Train for a new career
  • Prepare for employment
  • Maintain basic food benefits

While BFET does not provide tuition assistance to students at this time, students may qualify for other assistance such as child care. BFET allows students who are receiving federally issued basic food benefits to continue receiving those benefits while attending school.


Start Next Quarter

Take a survey to see if you quality for BFET or other services.

It's short, free and anonymous. If you pre-quality, you can sign up for planning workshops.

Click the image to take the survey:

Start Next Quarter

Do I Qualify?

Take a survey to see if you quality for BFET or other services.

It's short, free and anonymous. If you pre-quality, you can sign up for planning workshops.

Click the image to take the survey:

Start Next Quarter

  Apply for BFET

Complete the application, attend an information session, and get help with related services.

 

Contact BFET

Make an appointment to meet with a BFET Coordinator through the Entry Center by calling 360.442.2311. Walk-ins welcome during regular business hours.

  Career Services in Admissions Center

   360.442.2330
  careerhlp@lowercolumbia.edu

  Katie Sully, Education Planner

   360.442.2332
  ksully@lowercolumbia.edu

  Steven Boyer, Program Coordinator

   360.442.2335
  sboyer@lowercolumbia.edu 

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