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ANTFARM
AXIS LEARNING CENTER
AntFarm's Axis Learning Center is a youth education center with academic and youth support services. The Learning Center has 13 computers to create and facilitate learning and access to information. Assisting young people with completion of high school, establishment of educational goals, and movement towards college and/or work readiness are core services offered. Community members offer support through tutoring, mentoring, community volunteering, job-skills training, supported employment, and assisting young people with problem solving and critical thinking skills.
39140 Proctor Boulevard
Sandy, OR 97055
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
CHEHALEM YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES
YOOP! MCMINNVILLE SKILL CENTER
YOUTH OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM (YOOP)
Provides educational and vocational opportunities for youth and young adults including...

- Pre-employment training and Rethinking Careers Workshops, where participants learn the soft skills necessary to seek, gain, and maintain a jo
- GED preparation classes, where participants receive tutoring to help them pass the GED exam
- Assistance applying for college, as well as FAFSA and other student aid assistance
- Assistance obtaining documentation (i.e., ID card, Social Security card, birth certificate)
- Training and education opportunities for enrollment in the Oregon Registry for participants who wish to become self-employed or seek employment as a child care professional

Children and babies are welcome at both Yoop! locations. Child care is not provided at the Skill Centers, but Yoop! can help with child care vouchers.
117 NE 5th Street
Suite H
McMinnville, OR 97128
Eligibility: Ages 16-24. Must meet income guidelines. Youth with children and babies are welcome.
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8am-noon and 1pm-5pm, Friday 8am-1pm
CHEHALEM YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES
YOOP! NEWBERG SKILL CENTER
YOUTH OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM (YOOP)
Provides educational and vocational opportunities for youth and young adults including...

- Pre-employment training and Rethinking Careers Workshops, where participants learn the soft skills necessary to seek, gain, and maintain a jo
- GED preparation classes, where participants receive tutoring to help them pass the GED exam
- Assistance applying for college, as well as FAFSA and other student aid assistance
- Assistance obtaining documentation (i.e., ID card, Social Security card, birth certificate)
- Training and education opportunities for enrollment in the Oregon Registry for participants who wish to become self-employed or seek employment as a child care professional

Children and babies are welcome at both Yoop! locations. Child care is not provided at the Skill Centers, but Yoop! can help with child care vouchers.
100 E 5th Street
Newberg, OR 97132
Eligibility: Ages 16-24. Must meet income guidelines. Youth with children and babies are welcome.
Hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-noon and 1pm-6pm, Friday 9am-1pm
HIGHER EDUCATION COORDINATING COMMISION OFFICE OF STUDENT ACCESS AND COMPLETION
OFFICE OF STUDENT ACCESS AND COMPLETION (OSAC)
State agency providing grants, scholarships, and information on financial aid for higher education. Scholarships and grants are available for undergraduate and graduate degrees through community college and public and private university programs.

Also administers ASPIRE, a mentoring program that matches adult volunteer mentors with middle and high school students to develop a plan to help them meet their education goals beyond high school.
3225 25th Street SE
Salem, OR 97302
Eligibility: Oregon residents; specific eligibilty varies by program
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5:00pm
IFOSTER
FOSTER YOUTH RESOURCES
An online resource for foster and former foster youth to access programs which help provide a variety of services, including school supplies, tutoring services, discounted eye exams, career and college guidance, job postings, entertainment and recreation discounts, among other things.
PO Box 159
Truckee, CA 96160
Eligibility: Former and current foster children ages 16-24
Hours: Varies by program
LATINO NETWORK
ESCALERA
Intensive college-preparation program. Includes 80-hour internship, college visits, career exploration through job shadows, college planning lessons, help with financial aid and scholarship applications, high school credit support, STEM exploration, and leadership development.
410 NE 18th Avenue
Portland, OR 97232
Eligibility: Latino students in grades 11-12
Hours: Varies, call for information
LATINO NETWORK
EARLY ESCALERA
College and career preparation program. College visits, career exploration, college planning lessons, help understanding the financial aid and scholarship process, high school credit support, STEM exploration, and leadership development.
410 NE 18th Avenue
Portland, OR 97232
Eligibility: Latino students in grades 9-10
Hours: Varies, call for information
MULTNOMAH EDUCATION SERVICE DISTRICT
ALTERNATIVE PATHWAYS
Alternative Pathways is an educational program designed to assist alternative high school students in pursuing a postsecondary education. Services provided include weekly postsecondary education prep courses, one-on-one academic advising and transition planning, college tours, guest speakers, parent information workshops, and assistance with college applications, financial aid, and scholarship applications. Serves 11 alternative high schools and programs in Multnomah County.
11611 NE Ainsworth Circle
Portland, OR 97220
Eligibility: Income restrictions, enrollment in Multnomah County alternative high school, desire to pursue postsecondary education
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
OREGON PACIFIC AREA HEALTH EDUCATION CENTER
PATHWAYS TO HEALTHCARE CAREERS
High school enrichment program providing participants with patients skills, CPR, First Aid, College Exploration, college and worksite visitations, surgical viewing events, soft skill building workshops, career fairs, career skill workshops, college preparation workshops, and student and parent mentoring for college/career prep and college admission.
2330 NW Walnut Boulevard
Suite 1-D
Corvallis, OR 97330
Eligibility: Must be attending a high school or college with which Oregon Pacific Area Health Education Center (OPAHEC) has an active service agreement. Some activities are limited to students over age 16 (this is an industry-imposed requirement). Some programs are available only to rural, low-income students from underserved communities.
Hours: Office hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4pm
Service and event hours vary but run during the academic year
ANTFARM
AXIS LEARNING CENTER
CHEHALEM YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES
YOUTH OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM (YOOP)
CHEHALEM YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES
YOUTH OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM (YOOP)
HIGHER EDUCATION COORDINATING COMMISION OFFICE OF STUDENT ACCESS AND COMPLETION
OFFICE OF STUDENT ACCESS AND COMPLETION (OSAC)
LATINO NETWORK
ESCALERA
MULTNOMAH EDUCATION SERVICE DISTRICT
ALTERNATIVE PATHWAYS
OREGON PACIFIC AREA HEALTH EDUCATION CENTER
PATHWAYS TO HEALTHCARE CAREERS