Celebrating Workers This May Day

Celebrating Workers This May Day: Every Job Matters | Bridget Dazey, Executive Director Every year on May Day, we celebrate the contributions of workers across all industries and skillsets. As a leader of a local workforce board, I want to take this opportunity to acknowledge the incredible diversity within our community’s workforce. From the cashiers […]

Gain Experience: Short-Term, Part-time, Paid Event Planning Internship! $20/hr

Internship – $20/hour, Short-Term, Part-Time, Flexible Do you have a passion for people and community development, and want to gain valuable experience in event planning and partnership coordination?  Clackamas Workforce Partnership is seeking a driven, detail-oriented intern to join our team for a short-term, part-time project assisting with the planning and execution of a major […]

Strategic Plan 2024-2028 Open for Public Comment

Overview of the Strategic Plan: The Clackamas Workforce Partnership has crafted this strategic plan to address the evolving needs of our community, aligning with the economic landscape in Clackamas County and our surrounding region. Through extensive collaboration with key partners, we have identified key priorities and strategic initiatives that will guide our efforts over the […]

Child Care and the Private Sector – Profitability and Prosperity

On behalf of the Clackamas County Child Care for All Coalition (CC4A), I invite you to join your fellow business and employer leaders for a morning conversation about the private sector’s role and local efforts to expand access to child care. The event will feature business leaders who will share their experiences and perspectives on investments […]

Clean Slate Clackamas, PCC CLEAR, National Expungement Works (N.E.W.) to Host a Weeklong Series of Events in Support of National Expungement Week

CLEAN SLATE CLACKAMAS, PCC CLEAR, NATIONAL EXPUNGEMENT WORKS (N.E.W.) TO HOST A WEEKLONG SERIES OF EVENTS IN SUPPORT OF NATIONAL EXPUNGEMENT WEEK SEPTEMBER 19 — 24, 2022 (PHOTO) News Release from Clackamas Workforce Partnership Posted on FlashAlert: September 13th, 2022 8:30 AM Oregon City, Oregon – September 13, 2022: In partnership with National Expungement Works […]

Columbia-Willamette Workforce Collaborative Releases Quality Jobs Framework

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Clackamas County: Bridget Dazey, 503-657-1729, bridget.dazey@clackamasworkforce.org Clark, Cowlitz & Wahkiakum counties: Miriam Halliday, 503-367-8193, mhalliday@workforcesw.org Multnomah & Washington counties: Andrew McGough, 503-984-0401, amcgough@worksystems.org   Columbia-Willamette Workforce Collaborative Releases Quality Jobs Framework to attract workers, support business growth, create more equitable economy PORTLAND-SW WASHINGTON (July 15, 2022) – While the U.S. Department […]

Molalla Possible Futures Club

Molalla Possible Futures Club              by Joie Lopez Youth Career Navigator Molalla Possible Futures Club is a middle school level career exploration/school success group geared towards inspiring students to think about their future goals and how their education is the foundational steppingstone to achieving that. This is the first group of students at Molalla River […]

CWP Financial Update April 2022

As one of Oregon’s nine workforce development boards Clackamas Workforce Partnership (CWP) is responsible for not just investing existing state and federal dollars into the local workforce system but seeking funds for new and expanded services for Clackamas County jobseekers and employers. CWP has pursued funding for several new and innovative initiatives over the last […]

CWP is expanding! We are HIRING!

CWP is expanding! We are actively seeking a Business Services Manager. Have the skills to promote and expand outreach to businesses regarding workforce and career development while building and maintaining vital relationships with employers within Clackamas County? Join our team! Family friendly, flexible hours, great benefits, work from home or office! CWP seeks a Business […]

New Full-Day Childcare Center Recruited to Oregon City

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – New Full-Day Childcare Center Recruited to Oregon City CONTACT INFORMATION Mari’s Little Lambs Mari Keuter, Founder Mari@MarisLittleLambs.com Clackamas Workforce Partnership Bridget Dazey, Executive Director Bridget.Dazey@clackamasworkforce.org   New Full-Day Childcare Center Recruited to Oregon City Oregon City, Oregon – March 30, 2022: Thanks to a multi-partner grassroots effort in Clackamas County, the […]