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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Lacy has just graduated from UW and is about to begin classes at the University of the District of Columbia’s Law School. She wrote her story to share with you. Four years ago I would have never imagined that I … 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
Our 2010 Annual Report to the community is now available. Download as pdf. Here are a few highlights of the students we served in 2010: 419 students served in 2010 4,017 direct service staff hours 116 students received $62,140.49 in … Continue reading
Charlie is a graduate student at University of Washington, studying Science Education. She volunteers as a board member and Chair of the Resource and Outreach Community in SEA. Charlie has a long history with SEA. She was once being a … Continue reading
Here at SEA, we have a long history of working with Teen Feed, our neighbor in the University District of Seattle. Teen Feed serves a hot, nutritious meal every night of the year in the University District to homeless youth. … Continue reading
Khadija is a single mother currently preparing to enter Community College – she wrote her story to share with you. Attending college is very important to me because I’m from Somalia. In Somalia, boys are educated until eighth grade — … Continue reading