Starting in June 2021, unemployed workers filing regular Unemployment Insurance (UI) and Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) – along with other select benefits programs – will now be required to log weekly job search activities to continue receiving their benefits. Recipients will be required to activate or create an iMatchSkills Profile and log a specific number of hours spent looking for work, applying to jobs, or participating in skills development opportunities. To learn about what qualifies as a work search activity, click here.
For more information on important dates, important links, important phone numbers, and a step-by-step guide on how to start meeting work search requirements, visit this website. You can also submit questions or request help online by using this online contact form. For non-native English speakers, you can receive additional help by using the WorkSource Oregon Language Access Line: 833-685-0845.
A “one-stop shop” for training, education, and employment services for Clackamas County residents that provides free training, education, and employment services to residents aged 14 or older who can legally work in the United States.
To learn more or to get connected to an Employment and Training Specialists, call 971-673-6400, hours are 9:00am – 5:00pm Monday – Friday by appointment only.
General services are available to all or most WorkSource customers. These include one-on-one support, job fairs and hiring events, skills development workshops, and training/certification programs.
Services available include:
Right now, there is a high demand for people with skills in Construction, Healthcare, Manufacturing and Technology. Learning about different industries can help you decide which career path is right for you and your family. Opportunities for coaching, training, education and placement in these industries is available. Visit WorkSource Clackamas today for the tools you need to be well on your way to a well-paying career!