Worker Retraining Program

The Worker Retraining Program is a state-funded program designed to help remove barriers and provide eligible unemployed or underemployed students with access to education and skills training opportunities that provide them with the ability to re-enter the workforce.

Students who qualify for the Worker Retraining Program may be eligible to receive:

Program Eligibility Requirements:

Students may be eligible to continue receiving unemployment benefits while attending school and be excused from job search activities if the training is approved by Employment Security for Commissioner Approved Training or Training Benefits. Please attend an info session or contact the Program Specialist for more information and/or assistance in completing this application. 

Career and job placement services are also offered through the WorkSource Employment Service Center.  These services are available to anyone and include training assistance and school-to-work transition support.

Career services are also available in the Clark College Career Center. These services are available to anyone and include career advising, financial coaching, and assistance choosing your major.

For more information, contact the Worker Retraining Office at (360) 992-2274 or email

Connect with the Worker Retraining Office:

Virtual: Monday and Wednesday 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Gaiser Hall #215: Monday-Thursday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Call: 360-992-2274


Apply for Worker Retraining: Workforce Education Services Application

After you complete the application, schedule an intake appointment with Cheyanne Pfeifer.