About Us

About Us:

The Workforce Development Council of Seattle-King County (WDC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization governed by a volunteer board appointed by the King County Executive and Seattle Mayor. The WDC works to provide a world class workforce training and development system for the residents and employees of King County.


To champion a workforce and learning system that enables the Seattle-King County region to be a world leader in producing a vibrant economy and lifelong employment and training opportunities for all residents.


The WDC invests and participates in strategic initiatives to strengthen our economy and ensure that all residents have the opportunity to achieve success. The WDC leads the WorkSource system in King County, seamlessly linking its own employment and training efforts with those of the private sector, community organizations, colleges, labor groups, and government. WorkSource centers and affiliates throughout King County offer valuable information and resources, in addition to active job matching, development of jobseeker skills and training to fit business needs. For youth, we lead a comprehensive youth development system that includes internships, mentoring, work-based learning and job opportunities.


Visit our website at www.seakingwdc.org  to learn more about us and our variety of employment and training initiatives.


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