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  • Date posted:
    February 16th, 2022
    Mayor Wheeler Launches “American Rescue Plan” Pandemic Recovery Employment Program to Support Portland’s Economic Recovery Portland’s “American Rescue Plan” pandemic recovery employment response kicks off two years of support for Portlanders, starting with the Driving Diversity program. Portland, Ore. – Portland’s American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) workforce development program, sponsored by the City of Portland, is helping Portlanders who have been impacted by the pandemic to re-career into living wage jobs. One of these efforts, the Driving Diversity program, trains and places low-income...// Read more
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    February 4th, 2022
    Worksystems is an $30 million nonprofit serving Multnomah and Washington counties and the City of Portland. We improve the quality of the workforce by delivering workforce development programs through our network of local partners. We are focused on building a regional workforce system that supports individual prosperity and business competitiveness. Do work that matters! Worksystems is making a difference for employees and employers in the Portland Metro area. As an Accountant at Worksystems, you will have: Competitive compensation and a full suite of generous benefits Ongoing training and...// Read more
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    January 5th, 2022
    The State of Oregon and the Portland Metro region are national leaders in adopting and supporting climate change policies and initiatives and a key strategy component is the electrification of transportation. A skilled and ready supply of workers to support the electric vehicle supply chain at all levels is essential to growing and sustaining this important industry sector. With funding provided by PGE, Worksystems conducted an in-depth market study to analyze the demand for skilled and diverse workers to support the industry over the next 15 years. The study examined the: Volume, rate of...// Read more
  • Date posted:
    December 22nd, 2021
    To support Worksystems' continued operation of our BankWork$ and CareerWork$ Medical classes, CareerWork$® has announced they will provide us with an additional $30,000 to support ongoing programs in our region. The grant will be used to continue operating CareerWork$ programming with a focus on growing the number and size of classes. "We look forward to continuing our collaboration with Worksystems to identify additional opportunities to strengthen and grow our programs," said Ranko Fukuda, CareerWork$ Program Director. Worksystems is proud to partner with CareerWork$ to provide training for...// Read more