Status Summary

First reading, referred to College & Workforce Development on 2.1.19. Public hearing scheduled in the House Committee on Higher Education & Workforce Development on 2.13.19. Was not exec’d out of committee. (updated 4.5.19)

Legislative Session

2019

Status

Died

Sponsor

Senn

This bill expands opportunities for students to pursue mental and behavioral health professions.

The bill amends previous RCW for the college board workforce education program to include ninety credits for students in an opportunity grant-eligible program of study, including required related courses, that result in a certificate or degree required for employment in a behavioral health profession. Extended opportunity grant funding is limited to no more than a total of ninety credits or for more than four years from initial receipt of grant funds.

*Companion to SB 5635*