We offer customized employment services for Clackamas County residents. Our services are targeted at increasing the employability and wage potential of special populations, including individuals managing a mental illness, people with corrections histories, people on public assistance, veterans, and the long-term unemployed.
CSCC has a long-standing reputation in delivering quality employment and training programs. Please review the information below to see if any of our programs may be right for you.
Employment and training programs we offer
Self Sufficiency Programs
CSCC works with low-income families to help them turn their lives around. Our programs build skills, change attitudes, and help find jobs for people in need. Our goal is to help low income families become economically self-sufficient.
CSCC also provides employability skills training for food stamp (SNAP) recipients in Clackamas County. Our customized job search assistance, referrals to other community services and the ability to issue support services to clients all help in the effort to move people from food stamps to self-sufficiency.
Clackamas County Community Corrections
Through a contract with Clackamas County Community Corrections, CSCC provides employment and training services to individuals who are on parole or probation. Services include individual career counseling, resume preparation, customized job development and "soft skill" training. The program is located at the CSCC office which is directly across the street from the Community Corrections office. Referrals to the program are made by Community Corrections.
Clackamas County Veterans Workforce
Our County Veterans workforce program provides intensive one-on-one workforce services to Clackamas County veterans from all military eras. We also serve veterans living with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and/or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).
Employment Training at the WorkSource Annex
The Clackamas WorkSource Annex, located at 104 11th Street operates as a job center providing job search assistance, job referrals, case management and job placement for individuals referred by agencies that contract with CSCC. Most of the individuals we serve have significant challenges to finding and keeping employment.
For more information on any of our programs, please contact Lori Mack, Community Partnership Manager, at 503-655-8843 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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