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Tina Ngo

Director, Womens Programs/WorkFirst
Womens Programs/WorkFirst

Phone: (206) 592-3004

Office: 6-107

Mailstop: 6-2




The Women's Programs & WorkFirst provides support to student parents receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) cash assistance from DSHS. Our goal is to help students gain skills or earn a credential leading to higher wages, better jobs, and further advancement.

Services Offered:

- Funding for school-related expenses, including: tuition, required books, school supplies and materials, transportation, and non-academic emergency funds.

- Education planning to help you efficiently complete your program of study.

- Individualized advising to address barriers to academic or personal success; referrals to community and college resources.

- WorkFirst Work-Study (Paid on-campus, part-time student employment).

- Life Skills (ABE 19) course designed only for WorkFirst students to maintain their TANF benefits.

Fall 2023


ABE 19 LSKL-OL (30626)

ABE Integrated Skills 4