Everett, Washington is located on Puget Sound, about 25 miles north of Seattle. The 100,000 proud residents of Everett are very proud of their nine colleges. Historical Everett Community College has been helping ambitious students kick start their careers since 1941. Three years later, the beautiful campus of Trinity Lutheran College opened its doors, and ambitious students still get a quality Christian liberal arts education here in a variety of fields. Working hard on the same campus are the striving students pursuing bachelor and master degrees at the University Center of North Puget Sound. This innovative university allows students to connect with other Puget Sound universities to continue their wanted education without having to travel to other locations. The world’s largest fully accredited university in the world dedicated to aerospace and aeronautics is Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Hardworking students at ITT Technical Institute use technology to advance their training, as does City University. Those seeking an exciting career as a relaxing massage therapist find outstanding training at Everett College.
Everett is a world leader in so many different ways. Boeing in this beautiful city owns the world’s largest by cubic foot building in the world. Over 32,000 hardworking individuals are employed by airplane giant Boeing to build the most advanced commercial airliners in the entire world and the best military planes in this location. Many other large employers in this beautiful city are here because of Boeing. One of them is the large Esterline Control Systems, which has been manufacturing technology advanced switches and controls for planes since 1937. The United States Naval Station at Everett uses over 6,000 ambitious people to make sure that everyone stays safe. Meanwhile, the ambitious employees at Fluke Electronics are ensuring that their company stays the top producer of industrial electronic installation and precision measurement tools. Around the world, anxious computer users can count on the dedicated employees of Frontier Communications Corporation to keep their Internet working at high speeds.