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Building Future Industry Leaders

Pre-Apprenticeship, Apprenticeship Programs, and Workforce

The Building Future Industry Leaders (BFIL) Program a Workforce Development program that provides outreach, referral, essential, and trade skills and supportive & wrap-around services and opportunities to 16–35-year-olds in King, Grant, and Snohomish County. BFIL participants receive up to 18 months of workforce development training, supportive services, and job placement.

BFIL Program focuses on careers in Maritime Technology: Vessel & Marine Navigation, Aerospace, Construction Trade and Transportation – Green jobs, (CDL) Training Certification to participate in Washington State economic and sustainability initiative.

➙ Construction
➙ Marine Technology
➙ Software/Technology
➙ CDL Certification
➙ Electrician
➙ Plumbing
➙ Aerospace
➙ Machinist

BFIL participants will receive up to 18 months of workforce development training, supportive services,and job placement.

No charge to enroll in program. New participants admissions for the 2023/2024 academic year are open.

For more information, contact Marie@latinocivicalliance.org or 206 750 7860.

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