WorkFirst provides parents currently receiving TANF access to training to improve skills and increase opportunities for employment with stronger earning potential. A referral from a DSHS case manager is required to participate. Eligible pathways include pursuit of a professional-technical certificate, prerequisite courses for a professional-technical program, and basic education. Students can take courses in pre-college level English and math, or prepare to take the GED exam. WCC also offers classes for adult high school completion. For more information, please contact the workfirst office in the Cascade building, room 133 or call 360.383.3180.