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Fleet and Family Support Center
13910 45th Ave. NE
Marysville, WA 98271
Contact information for key programs and services at this installation.
It’s likely that employment will change when a move occurs, especially for military spouses. The information below will provide you with employment assistance information and resources available such as SECO, MyCAA and MSEP Portals.
Naval Station Everett Fleet and Family Support Center has a Family Employment Readiness Program, Transition Assistance Program (TAP), and an Employment Resource Room, all designed to assist job seekers with securing employment. The Resource Room has computers with internet access, job postings, an employment resource library, copier, printer and other tools to assist the job seeker. Many classes are offered, including Resume Writing, Interview Skills, Job Search Strategies, How to Work a Job Fair, and more. FFSC staff are available to work individually with you, whatever your job search situation. You can begin your research in the NSE TAP Virtual Resource Room at https://connect.apan.org/nsetap-resourceroom Contact the Naval Station Everett Fleet and Family Support Center for more information 425-304-3367.
WorkSource Washington contains the largest data bank of employment in the State. The Everett WorkSource Office can be accessed online or at 425-258-6300.
Before each interview, select items that best pertain to this specific job target. Examples of appropriate items for your Interview Marketing Kit are as follows:
Unemployment Insurance is a program that provides financial benefits for eligible unemployed workers to help you meet expenses while looking for a new job. Unemployment benefits replace part of your lost income and are not public assistance. These benefits are a temporary source of income while the unemployed individual is seeking work, or in authorized cases, attending training. Request for benefits can be filed over the phone or online. Benefits are received weekly. In Washington State, the maximum weekly benefit amount is $790. The minimum is $188. No one who is eligible for benefits will receive less than this, regardless of his or her earnings. For additional information please go to the Unemployment Benefits/Washington State website.
Our programs and services focus on providing service members with the information they need for a smooth transition as they prepare to return to civilian life. We offer separate classes for retirees and separatees. Military members must attend when they are within 24 (retirees) or 12 (separatees) months from discharge. Spouses are encouraged and welcome to attend. See your Command Career Counselor (CCC) to complete Initial Counseling and start your eForm 2648, Pre-separation Counseling checklist. Your CCC should then contact the regional scheduling office to reserve your seat in one of our classes. The Transition Assistance Program is a three-day program with additional two-day tracks, optional or as required, including higher education, entrepreneurship, employment, and career exploration and planning. This training provides greater detail and information in those areas for the transitioning service member.
MyCAA For information on MyCAA and Military Spouse Education and Career Opportunities, visit Military OneSource.
Locally the ICATCH program pays your first quarter tuition for Edmonds & Everett community colleges for healthcare, social and human services programs
Call the Everett Fleet and Family Support Center’s Family Employment Readiness Program lead at 425-304-3323 Additional employment opportunities may be found at: