"It helped me to speak with an adviser. Go talk to someone in the department and see what classes they offer. It takes a lot of dedication to both work and go to school, but it’s really worth it. I say that not only because I have a great job now, but also because I feel personally enriched by all that I learned at Edmonds CC."
—Business Management alumna, Michele Libin
Michele Libin was looking to get ahead and make a change when she came to Edmonds Community College through the worker retraining program. She already had a bachelor's degree and 10 years of office management, but classes in Business Management and Project Management at Edmonds CC updated her skills. After an internship with the City of Mountlake Terrace, she landed a job as Director of Government & Community Relations at UW Bothell and now works as a Program Coordinator for the University of Washington’s Civil and Environmental Engineering department.