• High Tech Networking Group

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    Worksource Washington County hosts meetings 2x/a week with a high-tech focus. They host in-person and virtual speakers and work hard to help those in tech in the PDX Metro area. 

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  • iMatch Skills (from WorkSource Oregon)

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    Foundational piece of WorkSource Oregon, the iMatch website is how you enter your skills and resume so the people at WorkSource know more about you and can help you.

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  • Oregon Dept of Employment

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    Offers information and resources for the unemployed, job seekers, and business owners

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  • Oregon Dept of Employment - QualityInfo Website

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    Comprehensive source of information about the economy and job openings in Oregon. Multiple databases let you search for wage and salary information by job title, find open jobs, and research employers. There is also a wealth of information about the employment outlook by industry, work force trends, and educational resources.

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  • Oregon Dept of Employment - QualityInfo Website - "How To" Guide

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    Guide for how to get the most out of QualityInfo.org, the OR Dept of Employment's website for job seekers. This information was coupled with a presentation called "Building a Strategy for the Job Market."

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  • Oregon Dept of Vocational Rehabilitation

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    Part of the OR Dept of Human Services, they can help with assessment of disability, accommodations, training, "job carving" (where a specific subset of job activities are separated out to perfectly fit a client's abilities), and generally acting as an advocate for the client.

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  • Oregon State Resources for Seniors and People with Disabilities

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    Resources from the State of Oregon for people with intellectual, developmental, or physical disabilities

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  • Oregon Unemployment Insurance Site

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    Oregon unemployment website .

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  • Oregon Career Information Systems (CIS)

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    The Oregon Career Information System (CIS) provides a system of occupational and educational information to help Oregonians learn about the world of work and education.

    Current employment, wages, outlook, hiring practices, preparation, and licensing, in addition to the skills, abilities, and knowledge required, are reported for each of over 600+ occupation titles. These occupations cover over 95% of the labor market in Oregon.

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  • Self-Employment Assistance (SEA) Program

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    Do you have professional expertise or passion that could turn into a business? The Self-Employment Assistance (SEA) program could be your opportunity to make it happen while you continue to receive unemployment insurance benefits.

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  • SNAP Training & Education Program (STEP)

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    STEP offers additional job/employment resources are available for eligible SNAP recipients. Review link and flyer, then call your local WorkSource office to find out more.

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  • Understanding Workforce and WorkSource

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    If you're confused about all the different WorkSource and Workforce entities within the state of Oregon, you're not alone. With Clackamas county as an example, this slide deck does a great job explaining the roles and responsibilities of its Workforce Development entity vs. WorkSource Clackamas. Other regions have similar structures.

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