About Seattle Education Access
Seattle Education Access provides higher education advocacy and opportunity to young people struggling to overcome poverty and adversity throughout King County.
SEA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization providing services in King County, WA. Visit our website for more information.
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Category Archives: Advocacy
The Washington State Legislature is currently in session and is working to develop our state’s 2013-2015 biennial budget. Over the past several weeks, Governor Inslee, the House of Representatives, and the Senate have introduced budget proposals outlining revenue and spending … Continue reading
Emily Dickinson once wrote, “why not have a big life?” these are the words I kept close to heart when I joined the SEA staff and my fellow members of the SEA Student Advisory Board Council for the SEA Lobby … Continue reading
If you think you know homelessness, think again. We’d like to invite all supporters of Seattle Education Access to come out for a unique evening of film and discussion, as SEA joins two community partners for the Seattle screening of … Continue reading
We have some open volunteer positions at SEA – and we’re looking for doers and helpers. Do you have a knack for finding great resources? Do you like researching? Join the Resources & Outreach Committee — this is a group … Continue reading
On February 4, Seattle Education Access (SEA) had our first annual Lobby Day in Olympia. A delegation of six students, one volunteer, one staff member, and three board members carpooled to Olympia together to meet with lawmakers and deliver the … Continue reading