Colleges and Programs

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.

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.

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.


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.

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

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

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.

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.

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 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.



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.