Our Employer Partners
The success of the clients participating in Technology & Employment Connections is in many ways, due to the support of local employers. We thank the following businesses for their support.
Local businesses, large and small, have contributed to the success of the job seekers served by TEC. Job seekers are matched with employers based upon their occupational interests and skills. Employers may call TEC staff during those crucial first 90 days of employment whenever support might be needed. All TEC job seekers meet the qualifications for the for the Work Opportunity Tax Credit. Please contact TEC for more information.
Thank you to the YWCA in Mountlake Terrace for generously offering space for our meetings!
Are you interested in hosting a Community Based Assessment?
Would you like to sponsor a student for a Work Based Learning experience?
Do you need to hire and would benefit from a tax incentive?
Call us at 360.926.3019 today!
Thank you for the free wi-fi!
These companies generously allow us to to use their wi-fi:
The Creamery in Marysville
The Living Room in Marysville
Starbucks-almost everywhere we go!
Sno-ish & Everett Library
Please support these businesses that support our job seekers/clients:
Triple T Trading
One of our first local businesses to offer their business for a Community Based Assessment.
Wit's End Bookstore
This small business has played a big role in hosting Work Based Learning for high school students as well as hosting Community Based Assessments.
Provided permanent jobs to individuals seeking part time employment .
Provided opportunities for individuals to be evaluated for future positions in the workforce.
Big Lots in Marysville has always accepted Community Based Assessments for those job seekers wanting to learn about retail.
Value Village has given our job seekers the opportunity to complete a Community Based Assessment at their location.
Third Street Books
Our newest partner who has graciously hosted a Work-Based Learning experience for a local high school student.
We worked with this employer to assist a person in completing their online training.
They have generously allowed multiple Community Based Assessments.
Commercial Aircraft Interiors
This woman-owned business Assessment, they hired a TEC job seeker.
They participated in the Work Based Learning Program and offered part time employment to our job seeker.
Arlington Recycling Center
This amazing nonprofit offered an employment opportunity to a person who could help the environment through recycling mattresses.
The Arlington Walmart not only hosts Community Based Assessments, they have hired TEC's job seekers.
Peter Sexton Insurance
Peter has graciously allowed several Community Based Assessments and offered one job seeker a work from home job.
Auto Zone hired a TEC job seeker.
Bricks and Minifigs
One of our newest partners has generously allowed us to complete a Community Based Assessment in their store.
Burlington (Coat Factory)
They have hosted numerous Community Based Assessments and have offered employment to our job seekers.
The manager created a position to meet our job seeker's unique needs.
Himalayan Dog Chews
This amazing international company was founded in Lake Stevens and has offered employment to our job seekers.
This Seattle based nonprofit allowed us to complete a Community Based Assessment at their business.
Snohomish Recycling Container
This local employer has generously allowed Community Based Assessments and offered employment to our job seekers.
Lindy hosted a Work Based Learning student. She worked closely with the student who gained many skills as a result of her experience.
Stanwood Cinemas at the Pavilion
The manager not only allowed for an extended Community Based Assessment, but he offered the job seeker a part time job.
Thrift Store at the Senior Center
One of our most generous partners who offers a variety of volunteer work, but also participates in the Work Based Learning Program.