Are you a King County administrative professional looking to improve your skills fluency or develop your career into its next stage? Or maybe you’re a passionate advocate for the recognition and support of those contributing in these critical roles? Learn more about our Administrative Professionals Advisory Committee, its current work, and recognition program.
The King County Bridge Fellowship Program is on hold until further notice.
The Office of Equity and Social Justice and Department of Human Resources’ Career & Culture Division have partnered with organizations leading the way regionally and nationally to deliver learning opportunities consistent with the county’s commitment to be a pro-equity/anti-racist government.
Career Support Services (CSS) provides a variety of virtual career development workshops, along with online resources, to support employees in achieving their career goals so they can do great work.
The Department of Human Resources Learning and Development group is supporting King County's efforts to build a racially diverse workforce and workplace at all levels with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to advance a pro-equity racially just workplace and community.
Are you a people leader at King County? Learn more about the Leading the Way training series which provides a foundation of great leadership.
Whether you’re a mentor or mentee, mentoring is one of the best ways to learn and develop professionally. Learn more about mentoring at King County.