LCC's Workfirst Program assists parents receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
(TANF) from the Department of Social and Health Services.
The goal is to provide low-income families with stability and a path toward self-sufficiency.
Participants receive additional support while they are attending a vocational or basic
WorkFirst staff at LCC are dedicated to assist students reach their educational goals
through resource assistance, barrier removal, educational planning, and access to
- High School Equivalence Exam prep
- High School completion through CEO or HS21+ program
- English as a Second Language (ESL) classes
- Vocational education in full or part-time programs and Continuing Education (see eligible
program list below)
- College Prep/Life Skills
Washington State requires all parents receiving TANF to participate in a work-like
activity to receive their cash grant.
Additional Support (as funding allows)
- College admission and testing expense vouchers.
- WorkFirst Financial Aid for students who are ineligible for federal financial aid
funding consisting of tuition, fees, and books
- High School Equivalency exam class and testing fees
- Program required expenses such as background checks, First Aid/CPR testing, and state
testing and certification fees for employment
- Educational planning.
- TANF Work Study opportunities (paid employment).
- Attendance and participation tracking for DSHS.
See below for contact and other important information.
Phone number: (360) 442-2540
Located in Admissions Center (ADC)