R3 Community Services has standing partnerships with many local and community agencies. These agencies help R3 Community Services by providing preferential employment placement and assistance, housing assistance, and many other services to help ensure that our clients have the support and foundation needed for success.

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The roots of Washington Interior Exterior Systems Local 41 run deep. For more than a century the craftsman and women associated with locals that would become Local 41, have been building Seattle and the Pacific Northwest.

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At Seattle Central College’s Seattle Vocational Institute (SVI) you can get on the fast track to your career. We offer short-term career training that will prepare you for in-demand jobs. In addition, we can help you finish high school or build the basic skills needed to begin training or prepare for employment.


Apprenticeship & Non-Traditional Employment for Women (ANEW) was founded in 1980 by women dedicated to improving access and advancement into non-traditional career paths. It is among the oldest pre-apprenticeship programs serving women in the nation.

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The Glover EmpowerMentoring Program-G.E.M. is a community based nonprofit organization that offers mentoring to young men in an around Kent WA and South King County. Working together with the City of Kent, King County and other various community based organizations G.E.M. seeks to provide mentoring, academic tutoring, and life skills.

Workforce Development for the Western District of Washington is dedicated to providing career assistance to U.S. Pretrial and Probation clients in obtaining meaningful employment, thus improving the likelihood of job retention and reducing the rate of recidivism.


To continually strive for compensation that is fair and equitable. To assure the individual dignity of each worker. To provide an atmosphere of free expression within the union and out. To guarantee “fair play” to all. To spare no effort to provide safe working conditions. To help make your job the best place in the world to work.  

At NWCI our team brings the skills and expertise of an accomplished professional. Working with our hands, we see the results of our work in the buildings and structures all around us—and we love it! We love seeing others discover that same joy of building. We know that carpentry sets the foundation of our communities. We also know that carpentry is community. We make carpenters. NWCI turns out the best construction craftsmen in the field because we’ve honed the best apprenticeship program in the Pacific Northwest. Led by seasoned master tradespeople, NWCI also offers journeyman carpenters the chance to grow their skills and learn new techniques and technologies.

Seattle Public Schools, the largest K-12 school system in Washington state, has a deep commitment to every student’s journey—to ensure that each student will graduate ready for college, career and life.

The masonry trades apprenticeship program began January 25, 1940, the program covers Clallam, Grays Harbor, Island, Jefferson, King, Kitsap, Lewis, Mason, Pacific, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish, Thurston and Whatcom Counties







LINK is the premier, full-service employment agency in Seattle, Washington. We connect Seattle companies with the skilled, reliable workers they need—exactly when they need them. We staff professional, administrative, light industrial, and skilled trade positions for Seattle, and greater King, Pierce, and Snohomish county businesses of every size.

“Lydig is a Washington-based general contractor with offices in Bellevue, Spokane, and the Tri-Cities. We construct projects throughout the state, and our approach to construction is rooted in the idea that a collaborative process results in efficient execution in the field. We consider ourselves Community Builders—purposefully focused on building facilities that educate, serve and celebrate people so they can create stronger and better communities for generations to come. We are committed to building diversity within the construction industry and ensuring access to opportunity is available for all.”