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Kitsap Community Resources - http://www.kcr.org/other_help.htm
Because we receive federal funding from HUD (Housing and Urban Development) we prioritize our hiring efforts in accordance to Section 3 of the HUD guidelines. A part of our mission at Bremerton Housing Authority (BHA) is to help Kitsap County and Bremerton residents become economically self sufficient. Your chances of being hired with us increases if you qualify under Section 3.
Anyone seeking priority processing for employment opportunities at BHA shall certify, or submit evidence, if requested, that they qualify for Section 3. (Examples of evidence to qualify for the priority are documentation showing receipt of public assistance, evidence of participation in a public housing program or W2’s showing income.) Priority processing does not assure the applicant will meet qualifications for the position and does not guarantee a job offer.
In order to pre-determine if you may qualify under Section 3, we have provided a list of five reasons to how you may qualify. You may qualify by:
1.Receiving housing supplements or Section 8 vouchers within the last two years
2.Or Resident of a low income housing complex within the last two years
3.Or Participated in a Youth Build program within the last two years
4.Or Been homeless within the last two years
5.Or Live in Kitsap County and meet HUD’s low income limits for the last two years:
INCOME LIMITS for Residents in Kitsap County
1 Person Family $40,250;
2 Person Family $46,000;
3 Person Family $51,750;
4 Person Family $57,500;
5 Person Family $62,100;
6 Person Family $66,700;
7 Person Family $71,300;
8 Person Family $75,900
Volunteer and Internship Opportunities
People say that working for free in an internship is grounds enough for admiration, but if you want to feel really good about yourself, do your internship at Bremerton Housing Authority! Not only will your self-confidence in your skills and knowledge improve, but you’ll be giving back to the community in a meaningful way. An internship at Bremerton Housing Authority will help you learn while, at the same time, assisting and empowering low income participants with their needs.
The Bremerton Housing Authority's Community Connections Team assists individuals to thrive by providing Job Search and self-sufficiency programs with comprehensive support services. Support services promote independence through building skills and confidence. Contact them now to schedule an appointment.
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