Fall 2022

Accelerate your career with Project Management job training at Year Up in Seattle! Students will participate in a 3-month program to earn an industry-recognized Google Project Management Certificate and gain professional skills training, with student-friendly financing through Year Up’s Shared Outcomes Plan. After successful completion of training, students will earn a 6-month internship with a top company with the opportunity to be hired into full-time roles. In addition, students can earn an educational stipend.

Students must be 18-29 years old and be available five days a week (M-F) for the entire duration of the program.

  • December 2022 through February 2023 –training (virtual)

  • March through August 2023 –internship (virtual and in person)

  • More details on financing available here

 

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How it Works

APPLY TO THE PROGRAM

Apply and see if you qualify. If accepted, you'll start professional skills training and begin the process of earning a Google Career Certificate.

No fee to apply and nothing to sign at this point.

1

LEARN AND EARN

Through virtual training at your own pace over 3 months, complete a Google Career Certificate and even earn a completion bonus.

Before starting this phase, you agree to enroll in the Shared Outcomes Plan.

2

INTERN WITH A TOP EMPLOYER

Upon successful completion of training and the Google Career Certificate, begin a 6-month internship with a top employer, with potential for full-time hire. You'll receive continued support from Year Up.

3

SEARCH FOR A JOB

After the internship, begin job searching and start interviewing with employment partners with support from your Year Up coach.

4

BEGIN YOUR CAREER

You'll start making monthly payments of $105 over 60 months (0% APR) once you're hired for a job paying at least $45,000 per year. If you don't land a job, you'll never pay.

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Local leadership

Tatiana Heck

Site Director, Seattle Central College and Seattle Campus

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