Colleges and Programs

Oregon Colleges – This is a very easy and useful resource to use relative to searching South Carolina for a program of study that meets your career ambitions.

Oregon Higher Education, Coordinating Commission, Programs – If you are seeking to improve your career training, earn a certificate, complete a bachelor’s degree, or pursue an advanced degree, there are a wide variety of programs and campuses for you to consider on this website.

Oregon Goes to College – This website is a great resource if you are looking for guidance as an educator, student, or family relative to gearing up for your higher education experience.

Oregon Higher Education, Coordinating Commission, Scholarships – More than 600 scholarship programs are available. Deadlines, data, and how-to’s will guide you through the process.

OATAG (Oregon Association for Talented and Gifted) – This organization is here to serve the needs of talented and gifted children, serves as a resources for their families and educators.

Oregon College Savings Plan – This is a convenient savings plan hub set up so that you can start stashing away dollars for the future of your higher education endeavors.

Oregon Healthcare Workforce Institute – There are links on this webpage to provide the healthcare professional with assistance no matter what their concern or need….associations, foundations, government, education, and boards to list just a few.

Oregon Dept. of Education, Educator Resources – Licensure, recognition, engagement, standards, teaching materials, mentoring…this website may be of great assistance to you as an educator in Oregon.

Oregon Early Learning Division – This organization may be of interest to you if you wish to make a positive impact on children and their families through integrated team-focused initiatives.

My Path Careers – For those who want to start their higher education experience at one of Oregon’s community colleges, this is a very good website to view. Simply, on the map of Oregon, click on one of the many bulls-eye icons representing a community college in the state and you will be linked to that college’s website where you can explore program options.

Oregon Forest Resources Institute – Programs, conferences, workshops and tours are just a few of the OFRI offerings to start your adventure or further your knowledge in the field of forestry.

Oregon’s Statewide Assistive Technology Program – As part of a national network, if you have a need for technology-related assistance programs, devices, and other amenities, program staff will work with consumers from any facet of education and industry to facilitate the development and effective integration of assistive services.

Healthcare Pathways, Oregon – WOW! This is a wonderful website for information on the healthcare industry in Oregon relative to healthcare schools (long list here with offerings at each), education requirements for specific healthcare jobs, career and employer information. Definitely worth a look if you want to work in the healthcare industry or if you are currently in a career but want to maximize your potential or expand your expertise and skillset.


Job Seekers and Career

Oregon Nurse Career Center – In conjunction with the Oregon Nurses Association and the Nurse Practitioners of Oregon, this organization will provide you with nursing job opportunities and great resources for those in the nursing profession.

Oregon Career Center, Accountants – Explore resources on this website for every state of your accounting career.

Worksource Oregon – This network or public and private partners in business work together to respond to workforce challenges. Great website with great information on jobs, business ventures, and unemployment.

State of Oregon Employment Dept. – You can perform a quick and easy job search on this state website.

Retirement Connection – Are you 50 years or older and looking for either employment or community involvement? This website may be very useful to you.

State of Oregon Manufacturing Profile – If data and facts is what you are looking for in the manufacturing sector of Oregon’s job market, this website has plenty for you.

Port of Portland – Have you ever heard of a ‘relationship guru’, fixologist, guardian, digital alchemist or foodpreneur? This fetching website introduces you to jobs and opportunities you may have never thought were possible.

iHireConstruction, Oregon - – Very simply, you want a job in construction in the state of Oregon, look no further than this search tool.

Oregon CIS (Career Information Center) – You will need to establish a login to use this website, but it may be well worth it to you. Current employment, wages, outlook, hiring practices, preparation, licensing are just a few of the features available via this abundant portal.

Build Oregon, Work Now! – If you are looking for a job in the construction sector or if you are highly skilled in the trades, take a look at the ‘Work Now!’ webpage of the Build Oregon site for a handy listing of all the current openings across the state.


Leadership and Development

Oregon Rural Health Information Hub – If you want the latest information on current healthcare situations or perhaps, just update yourself on trends and articles of the profession, this webpage on the RHI Hub is a super resource.

Technology Association of Oregon – From tech industry promotion to connecting with peers, this organization’s website is worth looking at if you are a current tech professional or have aspirations to be one in the future.

Innovate Oregon + Construct – If you would like to be a part of a culture of creative problem solving and empowerment to the next generation of innovators, you may find this website interesting. Innovate Oregon and Construct team up to catalyze community engagement around students and school systems.

Oregon Economic Development Association – This state-wide non-profit initiative may be helpful if you are looking for a way to make a contribution to helping support economic diversity and expand the state’s economy.

Oregon Professional Photographers Association – If you are a serious professional photographer, this association will offer you competitions, workshops, resources and networking opportunities.

Oregon Bioscience Association – As a member of this non-profit organization, you will be a part of promoting the growth and support of sustainability in life science, bioscience, biotechnology and device manufacturing. There are many member services available such as career openings, training, and events.

Oregon Association of Nurseries – This non-profit trade association has more than 700 nursery and greenhouse representatives supporting the nursery and greenhouse industry in Oregon. Career, internship, scholarship, and college program information as well.

Oregon Arts Commission – This organization seeks to enhance Oregonians quality of life through the arts by stimulating originality, leadership and economic vitality. Want to know more about the Oregon Arts Commission’s work? Visit their website to read how robust the creative arts can be.

Forth – This organization’s purpose is to advance electric, smart and shared transportation. Car companies, industry partners, and entrepreneurs work together to promote jobs and strengthen the economy.

Associated Oregon Loggers – This state organization is 1,000 member company strong and is engaged in the harvest and sustainable forest management of forestland in Oregon. A membership will hook up with a plethora of pertinent and helpful information.


Entrepreneurs and Start-ups

Oregon Labor Law Posters – For your start-up business you will need to display certain notices advising employees of their rights in the workplace. This is a convenient website that provides you with posters for free download to meet state requirements.

Oregon Office of SBA – This website has an abundance of good and necessary information for the small business owner. Additional helpful information on topics such as licensing, trade name registration, permits and zoning ordinances.

Starting Your Business in Oregon – If you are a ‘step-by-step’ person, then this website on how to start your South Carolina business in 7 Steps will be a great resource for you. Behind each step is further information and guidance that is clear and concise without being overwhelming.

Business Xpress – If you want a quick and simple business startup ‘kit’, this is your stop.

Portland Seed Fund – This fund coalesced around a shared passion for cultivating local businesses. It has grown over the years to become the premier seed stage investor in the Pacific Northwest. It is selective in the talent chosen from each sector of business. The intent is to connect entrepreneurs with Oregon’s growing startup industry systems. This may be worth a close look for those serious in wanting their businesses to reach maximal potential.



Oregon Dept. of Veteran’s Affairs – Many of the services needed by our country’s well-deserved veterans can be found here. Compensation claims, counsel on employment, educational programs, medical care entitlement, nursing home assistance, and other related activities and resources for veterans are available.

Oregon Department of Veterans Affairs – On this site, veterans will find an abundance of information on centers, facilities, programs, benefits, and much more. A super resource for our nation’s heroes.

The American Legion – Oregon – Here is a comprehensive resource directory to assist veterans, service members, and their dependents with questions about healthcare, financial assistant, and more.

Oregon Employment Dept. – This page of the Oregon state government website will offer guidance in services for job search, workshops, resume writing, career counseling, and referrals. A lot of great resources are available to our nations finest.