We rely on our community partners to help us better meet our students’ needs. Your gifts of time and talent will make a difference. Ways you can get involved at any of our colleges and specialty centers include:

  • Scholarship award reviewer
    Volunteers play an important role in our scholarship application review process. Student scholarship applications are due on Monday, April 15, 2019, and volunteer reviewers will have access to review applications from April 22 though May 5. This process will take place online. Volunteers will review 15-20 applications each. This year our scholarship application is districtwide, and reviewers will get an opportunity to review student applications from all of the Seattle Colleges. 

    If you are interested in participating in the process as a reviewer, please sign up online here by Friday, March 15.

  • Technical Advisory Committee (TAC)
    Seattle Colleges academic programs each have a Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) composed of representatives from business, labor, and professional organizations. These volunteers have expertise in the skills and competencies needed for the program. TAC members are appointed by each program’s faculty and administrators at Seattle Central College, North Seattle College, and South Seattle College. Some members may be alumni of the college programs. Learn more.
  • Advisory board
  • Career and internship fair participant
  • Internship provider
  • Curriculum support partner
  • Guest lecturer
  • Technical interviewer
  • Employer panel partner

To volunteer or discuss an idea, contact the following people:

  • At Central, contact Emily Thurston, associate director of community relations and events.
  • At North, contact Sonja Renner, assistant director of public affairs and community relations.
  • At South, contact TBD.