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Eastern Oregon WORKS > Eastern Oregon internship programs collaborating to provide the most opportunity to you.
Paid Positions for EOU Students > Job postings from the Rural Engagement & Vitality Center
TEC Youth Services > Workforce development training opportunities to young people ages 14-24.
TEC Job Readiness Classes > Résumé, Interview, Work Readiness, Budgeting, Quickbooks, Career Exploration, and more.
Oregon Careers Guide 2022 > Click to open free digital version of guide.
Summer Meals Oregon > Each summer, Oregon hosts summer meal sites for kids 1-18 all over the state. Summer meal programs may serve a combination of breakfast, lunch, snack, or supper. Some programs also offer learning activities for kids before and after meals. Click the link above to find the location(s) near you.
Oregon Food Bank > We envision resilient communities throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington that never go hungry.
Grow with Google > WorkSource has partnered with Google to offer free training, tools, and resources to help you grow your skills, career, or start a business.
Port of Morrow/Blue Mountain Community College Courses and Trainings > Bilingual options are available and there is no cost to register. Forklift Simulator Training available.
Here are a few links from GO-STEM that provide vetted, free resources to STEM providers. GO-STEM is a free resource and aimed at serving the eastern Oregon region. They are a phone call, email, or text away from offering assistance!
Powerpoint that describes all of the free resources at GO-STEM: https://go-stem.org/index.php/free-resources
STEMazing News A Daily quick read for the classroom to start discussions sound latest STEM topics: https://go-stem.org/index.php/here-are-the-posts
Video Archive of Technology and Engineering Projects: https://go-stem.org/index.php/stem-video-archive
Free Curriculum! A listing of lesson plans and activities for K-12. https://go-stem.org/index.php/free-curriculum
The Lending Library Description. We are revamping this, but the current catalog gives a glimpse of what we have: https://go-stem.org/index.php/lending-library/
Education/Workforce Preparation Activities/Training – Integrated education and training that occur concurrently and contextually with workforce preparation activities and workforce training.
Tutoring, Study Skills, & Instruction - Tutoring, study skills training and instruction that lead to completion of the requirements for a secondary school diploma or its recognized equivalent.
Alternative Secondary School Services, or Dropout Recovery Services - Services are provided to youth by a separate program within a K-12 public school district or charter school through a specialized, structured curriculum.
Transition to Post-Secondary Education and Training - Campus visits to area colleges are arranged, Labor Market Information is given, assistance with a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and/or Office of Student Access and Completion (OSAC) scholarship applications are offered.
Comprehensive Guidance and Counseling - Comprehensive guidance and counseling provides individualized counseling. This includes career and academic counseling, drug and alcohol abuse counseling, mental health counseling, and referral to partner programs, as appropriate.
Youth Work Experiences (Paid or Unpaid) - Youth with no work history, limited or poor work history or those youth interested in career development in a specific occupation are placed in a Work Experience for a limited time. Length of work experience varies between 120-240 hours.
Occupational Skills Training - Occupational skills training is an organized program of study that provides specific vocational skills that lead to proficiency in performing actual tasks and technical functions required by certain occupational fields at entry, intermediate, or advanced levels. (Out of school youth only)
Leadership Development Opportunities - Leadership development opportunities may include community service and peer-centered activities encouraging responsibility and other positive social behaviors. Examples are exposure to post-secondary educational possibilities, community and service learning projects, and peer-centered activities.
Serving Youth with Disabilities - Youth case managers work closely with local education and community support partners to assist youth who have disabilities with education, training and job placement.
Mentoring - A formal relationship between a youth customer and an adult mentor that includes structured activities where the mentor offers guidance, support, and encouragement. Mentoring may include workplace mentoring. Programs such as Aspire and Big Brother/Big Sister are utilized for mentoring.