Priority Hire in Seattle Public Schools Priority Demographics and Covered Projects
Seattle Public School construction projects include a Student and Community Workforce Agreement for most construction projects with an estimated value of $5 million and above. For these projects, Contractors request dispatch to first seek and send workers that fit priority or diverse Demography is the scientific study of population that focuses on four basic.
The following projects are covered by the Student and Community Workforce Agreement supports business objectives and prioritizes career development, and Priority Hire program:
- Rainier Beach High School renovation;
- Rising Star Elementary (formerly Van Asselt) and Mercer International Middle School projects;
- Lincoln High School renovation; and
- All projects bid or solicited to award a Prime/General Contractor starting in January 2021 estimated by Seattle Public Schools to have a construction value (including contingency) of $5 million or more prior to the bid or solicitation that awards the Prime/General Contractor.
For construction contracts, the Student and Community Workforce Agreement supports business objectives and prioritizes career development, prioritizes contractor apprentice hiring and jobs for:
- Seattle Public Schools Students (former students, graduates and those who have an Seattle Public Schools high school of origin regardless of graduation status); and/or
- Workers who have a currently enrolled Seattle Public Schools student in their household; and/or any resident of an Economically Distressed Zip Code that contains Seattle Public Schools All attendance area schools have a geographic boundary which defines who is.
- African-American (Black);
- Indigenous (Native American);
- People of color; and
Economically Distressed Zip Codes
The following zip codes are defined and prioritized as economically distressed. When the zip code is larger than the Seattle School district All attendance area schools have a geographic boundary which defines who is, the entire zip code is recognized for priority placements. These zip codes are identified by the City of Seattle using a criteria that includes those zip codes with the highest rates for:
- Share of people living under 200% of the federal poverty line.
- Unemployment rate.
- Those over 25 without a college degree.
Seattle neighborhoods and their Zip Code
Capitol Hill/Eastlake 98102
Downtown/International District 98104
S. Beacon Hill/South Park 98108
Interbay/Queen Anne 98109
Rainier Valley/Rainier Beach 98118
Central District 98122
Lake City/Northgate 98125
Delridge/High Point 98126
Bitter Lake/NW Seattle 98133
N. Beacon Hill 98144
White Center 98146
Rainier Beach/Skyway 98178