Green River College strives to give you the tools and information you need to be a successful student. Below are information sessions and workshops offered at Green River to help you with getting started processes, program information, and funding your college education. Please read the brief description for each and sign up for the next information session.
Are you interested in the Running Start program? Come to a Running Start information session to learn:
What the Running Start program offers high schoolers
Benefits and challenges of the program
Student responsibilities once in the program
Cost of Running Start
Timelines for entering the program
Steps to get started
Note: This is not a registration session; there is a mandatory orientation after admission to the program.
The Welcome Desk offers group and individual tours for potential students during fall, winter, and spring quarters. All tours begin at the desk and take approximately 45 minute.
We would like the opportunity to personalize your tour. Please sign-up at least 24 hours in advance and include any special requests and/or accommodations. Contact the Welcome Desk at 253-333-6000 or email email@example.com with questions.
Through its four grants -- Worker Retraining, Basic Food and Employment Training, WorkFirst and Opportunity Grant -- The Workforce Education Department funds the training of individuals pursuing degrees and certificates in Professional and Technical programs. The Workforce Education grants pay for tuition, books, and fees.
In the Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Marketing & Entrepreneurship program you will learn through project-based learning the valuable skills needed to succeed as a marketing professional or entrepreneur. The course content will cover the following topics and much more:
Business Planning Product Management
Entrepreneurial Finance Business Development
Nursing Assistant Program
At the Nursing Assistant information session, students learn:
Nursing Assistant program information
Additional Requirements for the program
Students also have the opportunity to begin the Nursing Assistant application with assistance if time permits.
At the Practical Nursing information session, students learn:
How to get started
PN program information
Future educational opportunities and course transfers for Licensed Practical Nurses
We are glad you are interested in the Water/Wastewater Technology program at Green River College. The purpose of this program is to train future drinking water and wastewater operators who are significantly responsible to assure public health and environmental protection.
For more information, please sign up for a Water/Wastewater Technology Program Information Session with program instructor Eric Shea.