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Workforce

A public/private collaboration of workforce development experts and agencies that coordinates its programs and services provide for a qualified, available workforce in Clackamas County.

Workforce Business Service

Many of today's businesses face the challenge of maintaining a workforce with the necessary skills to keep themselves productive and competitive in a changing business environment. Through Oregon's Workforce Skill Development Grant, the Workforce Investment Council has been able to partner with Clackamas County businesses and educational institutions to address these challenges with training and workforce capacity building. Matching resources made available through collaborative partnerships and the Grants have already provided solutions for Clackamas County businesses.

Today's businesses can look to the Council and its Service Providers and partners for assistance in:

  • Recruiting
  • Hiring
  • Retaining
  • Retraining
  • Advancing quality employees.

Partnerships in service provision include:

  • Clackamas County Board of Commissioners
  • Workforce Investment Council of Clackamas County
  • Oregon Employment Department
  • Clackamas Community College
  • Community Solutions for Clackamas County
  • Clackamas County Social Services
  • Education Service District #15
  • Timber Lake Job Corps Center
  • Oregon Department of Human Services
    • Self sufficiency Discipline
    • Office of Vocational Rehabilitation

Workforce Employee Services

Are resources for the current workforce, workers in transition and the future workforce.

Oregon Labor Market Information System (OLMS)
Rich in information about individual counties, clicking on the link will take you to Region 15, Clackamas County.

Region 15 One Stop System
Offers links to sites that assist in educational, career, and employment decisions.

Community Solutions for Clackamas County (CSCC)
Offers effective solutions in workforce development and business productivity; energy-efficiency savings for low-income homeowners and renters; workplace and community conflict resolution; and promotion of positive youth development.

The Workforce Investment Council of Clackamas County

WICCO serves as an advocate for businesses in workforce development within Clackamas County. It oversees a responsive one-stop workforce system giving the businesses and workforce easy access to training and support services.

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