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Community Resource Center Updates – March 13, 2023

In this week’s Community Corner newsletter:

  • Washington families impacted by the COVID 19 pandemic may be eligible to receive up to $250 per child through the new Washington Family Relief Fund. To determine if you are eligible and to apply, click here before the March 31, 2023, deadline.
  • Washington State Department of Health’s “Say Yes! COVID Test” program is ending May 11, 2023. Washingtonians may continue to order free COVID-19 home test kits, but eligibility will change to focus on Washington communities that are most in need. Learn more here.
  • Looking for affordable internet services? The Affordable Connectivity Program is a federal program run by the FCC to help low-income households pay for internet services and connected devices like laptops or tablets by providing a variety of discount options. Learn more here.
  • The Seattle Youth Employment Program supports young people ages 16 to 24 from qualifying-income households who are from communities that experience racial, social, and economic disparities in the pursuit of careers that are both meaningful to them and pay well. The application process is open through March 24, 2023.
  • Interested in a career in construction? ANEW offers high-quality, pre-apprenticeship training programs that help individuals obtain careers in the trade. Graduates of ANEW will receive direct or preferred entry into a construction apprenticeship program, will receive placement assistance, and retention services for two years. Learn more here.

And more! Read the March 13, 2023 newsletter.