Get articles from magazines, newspapers, and U.S. government documents with the young researcher in mind.
eResources & Learning Tools
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Access articles with up-to-date information on starting a company, operations management and sales, or growing or rescuing a business.
Access step-by-step maintenance and repair instructions for hundreds of small engine machines and their supporting components.
Search for job openings in the area that are just right for young workers.
Learn reading and math from the basics--ABCs and 123s all the way up to basic reading and arithmetic.
Learn how to use a wide variety of popular websites and apps for social, entertainment, shopping, learning and more. Tutorials are aimed at the baby boomer generation.
Sign up to have scholarships matched to your needs and interests, or just search for scholarships by keyword.
Peruse animated, talking picture books, puzzles, and resources for kids and families in Tumble Books.
Stream eBooks, graphic novels, videos, and audiobooks of high interest to tweens and teens, as well as classics and some teacher-assigned titles. You'll need an internet connection only—no downloading!
Find primary documents, reference books, journal articles, and scholarly analysis on periods and events in our history.
Stay up to date with the local business scene.
Peruse this one-stop business resource developed by the city of Vancouver, in collaboration with local partners.
Watch or listen to this collection of videos to go through what you need to know to pass the commercial driver's license test. Great for people who learn better visually or aurally.
Watch or listen to this collection of computerized voice narrated videos of the written driver's license test. Great for people who learn better visually or aurally.
Find websites for genealogical research in every county and every state of the United States.
Learn about how Washington Healthplanfinder makes insurance coverage available to your business, including options, a coverage checklist, and personal support for your business.
Washington Health Plan Finder is THE source for health plans and the place for Washington residents to apply for coverage through the Health Benefit Exchange or Medicaid/Apple Health. Get information and apply online or via toll-free customer support. Call 1-855-WAFINDER (1-855-923-4633) or TTY/TTD 1-855-627-9604, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance in multiple languages.
You will need the following to apply:
- Social Security number (or document numbers for legal immigrants) for each household member applying for coverage
- Date of birth for all applying household members
- Your household's estimated income