Is the cost of a bus ride getting you down?
To learn if you might be eligible for reduced ORCA fares, attend an ORCA Reduced Fare and Health Benefit information session 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Feb. 4 in Building 8, lower level.
Kent Public Health Outreach Specialist Ted Christie will answer questions on new ORCA discounts that start March 1.
The next Career Connections event, hosted by Highline Alumni Relations, will run from 5-7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 24 in Building 2.
Highline alumnus and recruiter Stephanie Falls, from Filter Digital, will discuss job opportunities at Filter. She’ll also share job hunting tips and her insights on the job market and answer questions. Stephanie has worked as a recruiter for several large companies, including Amazon.
The event is a great way for those pursuing careers in web design, graphic design, marketing, animation or similar fields to meet industry representatives first-hand.
Students and alumni of all programs are invited.
Filter Digital, based in Seattle, specializes in digital content and staffing.
Highline has partnered with United Way of King County to host free tax preparation services to students and to the public.
Households that make less than $60,000 a year, with tax returns that don’t involve business taxes, rental income, or sale of property or stocks, are eligible.