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Subscribe to Seattle Central Community College Campus Alerts

Subscribe to Alerts

About the Alert System

Seattle Community Colleges students and staff members can sign up to receive text message and email alerts in case of a campus emergency or unplanned closure. Log in using your College SID and PIN to designate a cell phone number (for text message alerts) or the email address you’d like to use to receive alerts. You may use more than one number or email address. Alerts to staff members will go to the college email by default, and others can be added. The Seattle Community Colleges Alerts system will make a best effort to send messages if there is an emergency that causes the campus to close unexpectedly or if there is an incident that may pose a safety concern for the community.


If you are a student who doesn’t know your SID or PIN, please go to the campus link below:

Seattle Central Community College

North Seattle Community College

South Seattle Community College

Seattle Vocational Institute
Call Admissions at (206) 587-4950

If you are an employee who doesn’t know your SID or PIN, use the form at the right-hand side of the first page of the Intranet at

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Offering Protection and Comfort for Kids in the Wake of Latest Shooting Tragedy


How can parents and schools keep kids safe, and how can they reassure them when tragedies occur? Judy Woodruff speaks with a panel of experts, including Stephen Brock of California State University, Dewey Cornell of University of Virginia and Mo Canady of the National Association of School Resource Officials.



Deadly Dose: CNN Special

Emily Jackson and her mother, Ellen, on her high school graduation day in 2006.

Emily took an Oxycontin — a single prescription pill — that her cousin offered to her while drinking. She went to sleep that night and never woke up. She died of respiratory depression — she simply stopped breathing.



City of Seattle: Ending Youth Homelessness

Homeless Youth Employment Services

PRO Youth Employment – The New Working Zone

Employment services are essential for homeless youth who have to support themselves and maintain stable housing.

The Working Zone provides employment training services to homeless young people by offering paid internships. It is part of PRO Youth, a partnership of the City of Seattle and seven local social service agencies operating throughout King County.

Each year, more than 100 homeless youth between the ages of 15 and 22 enroll at the Working Zone job sites. At these sites, youth gain employment skills including professional behavior, work ethics, job search and retention, writing, and customer service.

This Working Zone homeless youth employment program, started in 1994, is funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development McKinney Act, and by City of Seattle General Funds. In 2011, approximately $96,895 in local funding leveraged an additional $315,270 in federal funds for the Working Zone.

Funded Agencies and Programs

Catholic Community Services University District Youth Center, serving the University District and North Seattle
YMCA, serving southeast Seattle
YouthCare Orion Center, serving downtown Seattle and Capitol Hill