Workforce Education Services (WES)
Get connected to resources and on-going support for your workforce training journey.
WORKFORCE EDUCATION SERVICES (WES)
Employment Support Through WES
Jobless workers impacted by the changing economy can get training and tuition assistance in order to change careers and re-enter the workforce.
Low-income parents receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) funds can participate in WorkFirst to gain the in-demand skills in order to earn a living wage and become self-sufficient.
Academic Support Through WES
Personalized, one-on-one academic tutoring is available to WWCC students enrolled in a workforce degree or certificate program. Supported by the Perkins funding, tutoring is free and scheduling is based on the student’s need. Reach out to a WES Navigator at [email protected] to make an appointment.
If not enrolled in a workforce training program, WWCC students can also access free study help through Warrior Tutoring Services.
Discounts on Books and Tool for School
Need books or tools for your classes? Several funding programs can help eligible students with purchasing books, tools, or other school supplies. Reach out to [email protected] to request help.
Social Services and Support Through WES
WES Navigators can connect students with several low-cost child care programs in the area.
Child Care Aware
Our mission is to ensure that all children receive quality care. Visit Child Care Aware to search for child care, find help paying for child care, and learn about family resources. Visit the Working Connections Child Care site. Administered through the Department of Social and Health Services, the Working Connections Child Care program provides child care financial assistance to low-income working families. For more information, visit Working Connections Child Care.
Students enrolled in the BFE&T program may be eligible to receive a subsidy with Working Connections Childcare Care.
The Warrior Resources on-campus food pantry provides WWCC students with emergency and short-term food supplies as needed.
Apply for Washington Apple Health (Medicaid) through the Washington State Health Care Authority.
Several free or low-cost transportation can bring you to and from classes at WWCC.
Valley Transit is Walla Walla’s public transportation service. A bus stop is located on the WWCC campus.
Columbia County Public Transportation
If you need to travel from Dayton, Waitsburg, or Dixie to Walla Walla, check out this reliable service.
Grape Line offers 3 round trips daily between Walla Walla and Pasco.
For route and schedule information, please call: 509.758.3339
WES program students in need of additional help finding transportation can reach out to a WES Navigator at [email protected].