Basic Food Employment and Training
The Basic Food Employment and Training Program (“BFET”) provides access to training and career services to food stamp recipients who are not participating in
the TANF program. At RTC, students who are eligible for BFET services may receive:
Advising prior to the start of each quarter
Educational and employment planning
Tuition and books, as funds allow, if not eligible for federal financial aid
GED/ESL or Adult Basic Education classes
Support for child care through DSHS Working Connections
Referrals to community agencies participating in BFET
For more information, please contact:
Michelle Iko, Program Specialist
Student Services, Building I, Room 220
425-235-2352, ext. 7785
For more information on Basic Food Assistance, and to apply on-line, click here.
For more information on Working Connections Child Care, and to apply on-line, click here.
To apply for these services in person, this link allows you to search for a
DSHS Community Service Office near you.