Students come to Everest for a brighter future. Click on the “Go” button to get started on your career training.
Our Bremerton, Washington campus offers men and women with the life skills needed to excel in their chosen field. We specialize in offering short-term career training with each class designed to help you understand vital concepts quickly and easily.
From start to finish, our team members will guide you every step of the way. It starts with deciding which career-training path to pursue. Soon, we'll guide you through the maze of financial aid options*.
Our small work teams and dedicated instructors with real-world experience will show you the way. We have tutoring for each program offered at the student's request. Soon, you'll be in the last leg of your diploma or degree program and our Career Placement Services will be ready to help you prepare for your job interviews, resumes, and professional wardrobe.
Everest has plenty of nearby restaurants, parks, hiking and riding trails as well as many other venues. The campus is located near the Bremerton Ferry Terminal across from Starbucks Coffee.
History of Bremerton
In 1922, Bryman College, formerly known as Eton, was founded by W.B. Barger and established as Bremerton Business College to serve the Bremerton and Kitsap Peninsula area. In 1962 Bremerton Business College was acquired by George C. and Lois Aloha Bates, who owned and operated the school until their retirement in 1985.
In 1985 Joseph W. Edmonds acquired Bremerton Business College and changed the school name to Eton Business College. The main campus of Eton moved to new facilities in Port Orchard in 1986, and Eton acquired Puget Sound Institute of Technology and Travel Central and moved into an additional location in Federal Way.
In 1987 Eton opened the doors at its campus in Everett, and Eton Business College was renamed Eton Technical Institute. In December 1999, Eton was purchased by Career Choices, Inc. and became Eton Education, Inc. doing business as (DBA) Eton Technical Institute.
In 2000 Eton's Everett campus moved to its spacious facility in the Everett Mall Office Park. In 2003 the new campus in Tacoma was opened.
In March 2004 Eton Technical Institute's name changed to Bryman College. In October 2004, Bryman closed its Federal Way campus. In January of 2007 the Port Orchard campus moved to its current location in Bremerton. In April of 2007 the name of all three campuses was changed to Everest College.
* Financial aid may be available for those who qualify.
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ADDRESS & PHONE NUMBER:
155 Washington Avenue, Suite 200
Bremerton, WA 98337
Phone: (360) 473-1120
Fax: (360) 792-2404
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