New directory pairs students with career-connected experiences


Four years after graduating from high school, Leela Cohen was interested in a long-term career path in the medical field. Career Connect Washington’s Career Launch programs, which enable participants to learn about medical assisting and many other professions while earning money, seemed like the perfect fit. Check out our new article in The Seattle Times to learn about Leela’s path to becoming a medical assistant, what employers are looking for, and how the new Career Connect Washington directory introduces students to a variety of work-based learning opportunities