Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding
Our mission is to teach and preserve the skills and crafts associated with fine wooden boatbuilding and other traditional maritime arts with emphasis on the development of the individual as a craftsperson.
The Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding is committed to providing men and women of all ages a quality education in traditional wooden boatbuilding and fine woodworking. We strive to impart sound, practical knowledge in traditional maritime skills, using wooden boats as the training medium. We hope to imbue our students with the pride and satisfaction that comes from skillful work joyfully executed.
WSU Jefferson County 4-H
As a collaboratively supported youth program of Washington State University, WSU Extension, and local county government, 4-H receives county and university support for all its project areas.
WSU Extension is a living, evolving, market-driven organization that responds to society’s changing educational needs. Our community and our nation are challenged to expand lifelong learning and the utilization of knowledge to solve complex problems.
4-H volunteers support a dizzying array of clubs, camps, in-school programs, after school programs, competitions and special events that help youth explore vital 21st Century skills. These educational activities range from computers to organic farming, from web design to animal science, from online video production to mechanical science, from photography to home arts and more.
Bayside Housing & Services aims to strengthen community through housing, advocacy, and human services supporting social and economic independence.
Chimacum School District – PI Program
The Pi Program was established in 1986 to serve families in the Chimacum School District who choose to take a more active role in their children’s education. It is an alternative model supported by the district as one way to provide personalized public education.
This program accepts the district challenge of assisting students to become successful, responsible citizens who are prepared for a future in the rapidly changing world of the 21st century.
Port Townsend School District – OCEAN Program
The Port Townsend K-12 OCEAN (Opportunity, Community, Experience, Academics, Navigation) Program is an independent study, contract-based program for students in grade K-12 supported with classroom, experiential and expeditionary experiences. We strive to meet students’ academic needs through their interests, passions and families.
Low Income Housing Institute – LIHI
The Low Income Housing Institute develops, owns and operates housing for the benefit of low-income, homeless and formerly homeless people in Washington State and administers a range of supportive service programs to assist those we serve in maintaining stable housing and increasing their self-sufficiency.
ANEW’s mission is to improve people’s lives by providing quality training, employment navigation, and supportive services leading to successful family wage careers.
WorkSource Youth Program
Youth Programs provide a wide variety of services to low-income in-school (ages 14-21) and out-of-school (ages 16-24) youth to help them succeed in school and work. Program participants may receive a range of services from the following areas: 1) occupational skills training; 2) career counseling; 3) internships; 4) job placements; 5) mentoring; 6) tutoring; 7) leadership development; 8) financial literacy; 9) entrepreneurial skills training; 10) local labor market and employment information services; 11) postsecondary education and training transition support; 12) workforce preparation and training activities designed for specific career clusters; and 13) additional supportive services.