WorkSource Clackamas (WSC) is the one-stop-shop providing Clackamas County residents resources and supports to help meet their employment and job-search needs. WorkSource Clackamas serves as a hub for a variety of organizations and agencies who provide services at the center and at other locations in the county. Current WorkSource partners include: Oregon Employment Department, Clackamas Community College, Northwest Family Services, CTEC Youth Services, Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization (IRCO), Easter Seals, JobCorps, Department of Human Services (DHS), Children, Family, and Community Connections (CFCC), Vocational Rehabilitation, and Oregon Commission for the Blind, among others.
A variety of job-search and employment support services are available to county residents, based on their needs and interests. These include (but are not limited to):
Most WorkSource services are free and open to Clackamas County residents, ages 16 and older. Some services, like education and training programs, may be at-cost to the customer, with opportunities for full or partial financial assistance (financial assistance is based cost/length of the program and availability of funds). Some services are available only to identified “priority populations”. For example, Easter Seals only provides services for low-income adults age 55 or older; CTEC Youth Services provide services only to people ages 16 – 24. WSC staff members can provide information on these opportunities and available financial supports.
WorkSource Clackamas provides a monthly calendar of skill building workshops that are free and open to the public. Currently, all workshops have moved to a digital format. Workshop availability and frequency change monthly. Updated monthly calendar can be found below, and include workshop descriptions, contact information for workshop instructors, and registration links for each workshop. Some workshops teach skills, like financial literacy, resume writing, basic computer literacy, or how to use Microsoft Office programs. Other workshops provide information on community resources, like how to enroll in Oregon Health Plan (OHP) or food assistance programs (like SNAP, TANF, or WIC).
See the workshop calendar links below for more information, or contact Brent Balog with questions.
506 High Street
Oregon City, OR 97045
Phone: (971) 673-6400