Laid off?
Out of work?

WorkSource can help you too!

Nathan, Client Perry Tech Student/ Medical Assistant

Debbie, Former Client Dislocated Worker Program Career Development Counselor

The Dislocated Worker Program through WorkSource can help you build a resume, apply for jobs, find resources, access training, or even go back to school.

Whether you had to stay home to care for your family during COVID-19, or your employer reduced hours or shut down, we understand that it can be hard to get back on your feet.

Learn how losing her job helped Debbie find a rewarding career helping others, like Nathan, reach their full potential through WorkSource.

Debbie helped Nathan pay for tuition, gas, and books, and helped him find other resources to finish school and find a living-wage job.

At WorkSource, we provide support and services free of charge to help people get back to work.

Our trained employment specialists can help you:

Build your resume

search for New jobs

Find training or classes

Enroll in employment training programs here:

Don’t let job loss keep you from finding a career you love.

Reach out and let us help you discover new opportunities!

Columbia Gorge
107 W Jewett Blvd
White Salmon

116 E Main Street

Kittitas County
510 N Pine Street

1325 Morgan Road

40 SW Cascade Ave., Suite 60

Valley Mall (limited hours)
2529 Main Street, inside Mall
Union Gap

Yakima County
1205 Ahtanum Ridge Drive
Union Gap

Or anytime online at

If you are…

  • Someone who has been laid off, received a notice of layoff, or learned you’re unlikely to be able to return to your previous position because of a business closure, a large company layoff, foreign competition, or your skills being no longer in demand
  • Someone who has been taking care of their family without pay or working a job that doesn’t support the household, such as a stay-at-home parent who depended on the income of another family member and has lost such support
  • A military service member who has been discharged or released from service under conditions other than dishonorable
  • You are eligible for or receiving unemployment insurance benefits.
  • The spouse of an active-duty member of the armed forces, and due to change in permanent duty station or the service-connected death or disability of your military spouse, there is a significant reduction in your family’s income
  • Recently self-employed, but now unemployed due to the economy or a natural disaster such as a farmer, rancher, or fisherman impacted by wildfire or flood
  • The spouse of an active-duty member of the armed forces, and you are unemployed, underemployed, or having difficulty finding work

…we can help! Your dream job is waiting.