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    Worksystems convenes and coordinates a wide array of partners connected to the WorkSource system. These include both “co-located” partners who provide services onsite at WorkSource Centers as well as organizations that are not physically onsite but have programmatic connections to WorkSource. Some are funded by Worksystems while others are separately funded and partner with WorkSource in order to provide better services through a collaborative system approach. WorkSource Portland Metro partners include: Beaverton School District Bridges to Change Central City Concern Centro Cultural CODA...// Read more
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    Whether you need information about the regional workforce, connections to resources, or strategies to solve complex workforce problems, Worksystems is available to help. Our expert team has the talent and know-how to meet the specific needs of both businesses and workers. Worksystems...We make it work! Knowledgeable Staff Our diverse and accomplished staff have a proven track record of success in identifiying critical workforce issues and implementing innovative solutions. We know the workforce requirements of business and the local labor pool better than anyone. We are skilled at raising...// Read more
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    Health Careers NW supports career growth and progress in seven healthcare fields by offering one-on-one career coaching, career exploration in the healthcare fields, training that results in an employer- or industry-recognized credential as well as job search and placement assistance. Health Careers NW is made possible by a five-year Health Profession Opportunity (HPOG) Grant. Authorized by the Affordable Care Act, the Health Profession Opportunity Grants (HPOG) program provides education and training to Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program...// Read more
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    The Prosperity Planner is a career and financial planning tool that helps people understand how much money they need to earn to be self sufficient. By using this tool, job seekers can create a budget that covers their basic living necessities and identify resources to help lower their expenses. The Planner can also be used to explore career options to determine which ones will provide enough income to achieve financial independence and to create a career plan to get the necessary skills. The Prosperity Planner is based on the "2017 Self-Sufficiency Standard for Oregon" developed by Dr. Diana...// Read more