Careers & Education



Washington’s community and technical colleges provide training and education for people pursuing careers in information technology, software and application development, networking and systems, web development and design, technical support, data analytics, database administration, and many more of the state’s most in-demand tech roles.

Community and technical colleges often feature smaller class sizes, lower tuition rates, a diverse student population, and opportunities to build your skills, prepare for careers, and learn from industry experts.

Our colleges can help you toward your goals – whether you’re looking to start a tech career with a two-year associate degree program, upskill with a short certificate, or earn a four-year applied bachelor’s degree.

Coming soon: Washington State IT program database

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