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ANTFARM
YOUTHCORE
YouthCore removes barriers for youth employment and skill building while offering technical support to conservation efforts, trail building, community, and public land projects. Youth crews bond and work together on many types of outdoor work projects. All YouthCore members are employees of AntFarm.
39140 Proctor Boulevard
Sandy, OR 97055
Eligibility: All youth are welcome to become interns and apply for employment
Hours: Monday-Friday 7am-5pm
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF EMERALD VALLEY
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS
The Boys & Girls Club is a safe and positive space for youth to engage in fun and empowering programs such as: leadership and community service, academic enrichment, workforce training, performing and visual arts, and personal health and fitness.
1545 W 22nd Avenue
Eugene, OR 97405
Eligibility: All school-aged youths ages 6-18
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5:30pm
CASCADE YOUTH AND FAMILY CENTER
CASCADE YOUTH AND FAMILY CENTER THE LOFT
YOUTH EMPLOYMENT SERVICES
Offers resume workshops, mock interviews, strengths assessments, goal setting, career exploration, and volunteer opportunities for youth without housing, family, or community connections. Those enrolled in the program can earn gift cards, access bus passes, and receive interview clothes.
19 SW Century Drive
Bend, OR 97702
Eligibility: Ages 16-20 without housing, family, or community connections
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
CLACKAMAS EDUCATION SERVICE DISTRICT
C-TEC YOUTH SERVICES
Provides assistance to the emerging workforce to assist in preparing to be successful in education and employment. Services include assistance with career planning, training, work experience, National Career Readiness Certificate, and job finding.
13455 SE 97th Avenue
Clackamas, OR 97015
Eligibility: Ages 16-24 who are eligible to work in the United States and meet low-income requirements
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm (located on the Clackamas Community College campus)
COMMUNITY SERVICES CONSORTIUM
WORKFORCE AND EDUCATION
Assists job seekers secure employment and enhance job skills. Services include assistance with GED, job search, job training, and budgeting.
250 Broadalbin Street SW
Suite 2A
Albany, OR 97321
Eligibility: Adults: Unrestricted
Youth: Must meet Department of Labor and WIA Youth Program requirements
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-noon and 1pm-5pm
COMMUNITY SERVICES CONSORTIUM
COMMUNITY SERVICES CONSORTIUM HOUSING AND ENERGY PROGRAMS CORVALLIS OFFICE
WORKFORCE AND EDUCATION
Assists job seekers secure employment and enhance job skills. Services include assistance with GED, job search, job training, and budgeting.
917 NW Grant Avenue
Suite B
Corvallis, OR 97333
Eligibility: Adults: Unrestricted
Youth: Must meet Department of Labor and WIA Youth Program requirements
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-noon and 1pm-5pm
COMMUNITY SERVICES CONSORTIUM
COMMUNITY SERVICES CONSORTIUM LINCOLN CITY CAREER TECH OFFICE
WORKFORCE AND EDUCATION
Assists job seekers secure employment and enhance job skills. Services include assistance with GED, job search, job training, and budgeting.
801 SW Highway 101
Suite 404
Lincoln City, OR 97367
Eligibility: Adults: Unrestricted
Youth: Must meet Department of Labor and WIA Youth Program requirements
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm
COMMUNITY SERVICES CONSORTIUM
COMMUNITY SERVICES CONSORTIUM NEWPORT REGIONAL OFFICE
WORKFORCE AND EDUCATION
Assists job seekers secure employment and enhance job skills. Services include assistance with GED, job search, job training, and budgeting.
120 NE Avery Street
2nd Floor
Newport, OR 97365
Eligibility: Adults: Unrestricted
Youth: Must meet Department of Labor and WIA Youth Program requirements
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-noon and 1pm-5pm
CROOK COUNTY KIDS CLUB
AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMS
After-school programs provide opportunities for homework help and tutoring, college and job readiness, youth employment and volunteering, and mentoring. Offers arts and sciences programs, drop-in activities, and more.
1875 NE Iron Horse Way
Prineville, OR 97754
Eligibility: Ages 5-12
Hours: After-school program: Monday-Friday 2pm-6pm
Non-school days: Monday-Friday 7am-6pm
DESCHUTES COUNTY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
YOUNG ADULTS IN TRANSITION
Young Adults in Transition (YAT) provides support services for young adults who suffer from mental health or behavioral challenges. YAT Teams establish relationships with young adults, families and peers, and all available support systems. Transitional treatment and intervention help young adults graduate school, continue education, find employment, maintain friendships, and gain independence.
2577 NE Courtney Drive
Bend, OR 97701
Eligibility: Ages 14-24 who are involved with the juvenile justice system, DHS, are homeless, or live in a foster home
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
EDUCATIONAL SERVICE DISTRICT 112
CONNECT 2 CAREERS
Connect 2 Careers Workforce Development Specialists work closely with youth to develop an individual plan, taking in account the youth's interests, skills and motivation. Most youth remain in the program for 9 to 18 months, gaining additional education through classes, academic support for secondary or post secondary education or training, and real world work experience.
2500 NE 65th Avenue
Vancouver, WA 98661
Eligibility: Ages 16-24, low-income or disabled, and must meet one of the following criteria:
-Basic Skills Deficient
-Pregnant or parenting
-Homeless
-Foster Youth
-Drug or Alcohol affected
-Juvenile Justice involved
-Limited English
-School drop-out or truant
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm
ELKTON COMMUNITY EDUCATION CENTER
Community center providing a variety of cultural and educational services including:
-Native plant park with walking trails
-Butterfly pavilion and flight room
-Community library with local art displays
-Weekly community meal for seniors
-Youth employment program providing experience in catering, gardening, retail, customer service, butterfly raising and research, and historical tour guiding
-Classes and events for children and adults
15850 Highway 38
Elkton, OR 97436
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Senior meals: age 60 and older
Youth employment program: ages 14-18
Hours: Office and Gift Shop: Spring schedule Tuesday-Saturday 10am-4pm
Library: Tuesday-Thursday 10am-2pm
Check website for activity/events schedules
GOODWILL OF THE OLYMPICS AND RAINIER REGION
LONGVIEW WORK OPPORTUNITY CENTER
JOB SKILLS TRAINING PROGRAMS
Offers multiple educational opportunities to individuals who have barriers to employment. Classes include job readiness, basic and advanced computer skills training, distance education, and specific skills programming focusing on warehouse, transportation, logistics, manufacturing, and other trades. Specialty programs for youth are also available via the Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA).
1030 15th Avenue
Suite 300
Longview, WA 98632
Eligibility: Varies by service
Hours: Monday-Friday 8-4:30pm
HEART OF OREGON CORPS
YEAR-ROUND PROGRAMS
Year-round student program where members have the opportunity to earn wages and high school "skills-based" credits during their time of service. Crews work on a variety of environmental projects throughout the year and gain job skills.
1291 NE 5th Street
Bend, OR 97701
Eligibility: Ages 16-24. Specific age and eligibility varies by program.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
HEART OF OREGON CORPS
CENTRAL OREGON YOUTH CONSERVATION CORPS (COYCC)
Heart of Oregon Corps hires and employs youth in the program to work on public lands in a natural resources-based, hands-on education and employment program. Participants do hard physical work and may be exposed to insects, adverse weather, and difficult working conditions. Participants earn minimum wage and can earn a high school “skills-based learning credit” for completion of the program.
1291 NE 5th Street
Bend, OR 97701
Eligibility: Youth ages 16-18 at the date of enrollment. Must be permanent residents of the U.S. and eligible for employment. No specific experience is required, but the abilities to follow instructions, work as a team member, follow through with a commitment, and interest in working outdoors are considered.
Hours: No standard hours
HEART OF OREGON CORPS
HEART OF OREGON CORPS YOUTHBUILD
Work-earn-learn program that gives young people construction skills training along with help toward their GED or diploma while earning a stipend. The young people also help construct affordable housing within their community.
1291 NE 5th Street
Bend, OR 97701
Eligibility: Ages 16-24. Emphasis is placed on recruiting "opportunity youth" who are not in school or employed.
Hours: Monday-Friday 7am-4:30pm
HOSEA YOUTH SERVICES
Serves homeless youth by providing meals, clothing, laundry, personal hygiene items, showers, referral services, job skill classes, mentoring, recreation, and telephone services.
834 Monroe Street
Eugene, OR 97402
Eligibility: Drop-In Center: Ages 16 - 24
Hours: Drop-In Center: Monday-Thursday 1pm -6:30pm, lunch is served at 1pm and dinner at 5pm
IMPACT NW
IMPACT NW DANCING TREE FAMILY CENTER
CORE
A 3-month curriculum focused on assisting youth in developing job skills such as resume writing, creating employment opportunities through partnerships with local businesses, and college and career exploration.
10055 E Burnside Street
Portland, OR 97216
Eligibility: Grades 9-12
Hours: Hours vary
INTEGRAL YOUTH SERVICES
EXODUS HOUSE
Twenty-four hour short-term emergency shelter in a home setting, providing support and services for DHS, homeless, and runaway youth. Exodus House offers youth a safe and structured environment, healthy meals, advocacy for medical and mental health, education and referral to community resources. Staff work with youth and community partners to transition to stable housing.

Also has an accredited alternative school called The New Visions Learning Center.
115 N 10th Street
Administration Office
Klamath Falls, OR 97601
Eligibility: DHS, homeless, and runaway youth ages 7-17
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
INTEGRAL YOUTH SERVICES
SUMMER YOUTH EMPLOYMENT
Provides youth with work opportunities in various locations throughout the county. Integral Youth Services (IYS) partners with numerous community agencies who provide work projects where youth can learn the application and interviewing process, build a strong work ethic, develop job skills and a sense of pride.
115 N 10th Street
Administration Office
Klamath Falls, OR 97601
Eligibility: Ages 14-21 in rural areas. Ages 16-21 in Klamath Falls due to type of equipment being used.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
ISAAC'S ROOM
IKE QUEST
Program focusing on life skills, work training and experience, internships, mentoring, and enrichment by expanding horizons. A place to make connections and explore opportunities in the community.
299 Cottage Street NE
Salem, OR 97301
Eligibility: Ages 16-21
Hours: Call for hours
LOOKING GLASS COMMUNITY SERVICES
RURAL PROGRAM
LOOKING GLASS RURAL PROGRAM
Drop-in center offering food, clothing and other vital resources. Case management services revolving around assistance in finding and maintaining stable housing are offered. Employment guidance is also available with services including resume preparation, job skills training, and connections to employment opportunities.
508 E Whitaker
Cottage Grove, OR 97424
Eligibility: Youth ages 11-21 who are homeless, runaways, or at risk of becoming homeless
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
LOST & FOUND YOUTH OUTREACH
LOST AND FOUND YOUTH OUTREACH
Lost & Found offers opportunities for building healthy relationships with adult mentors in safe groups to youth who may be in at-risk situations. The opportunities include groups for support and relationship, life skills and cognitive behavior development, incentive activities, service learning projects, and job skills development. Lost & Found staff members are available for crisis calls, life coaching, and solution oriented decision-making assistance.
200 SE Hailey Avenue
Suite 102
Pendleton, OR 97801
Eligibility: Ages 12-18
Hours: Administrative hours: Tuesday-Thursday 10am-3pm
Activities often occur outside of these hours and on weekends.
MANO A MANO FAMILY CENTER
COLONIA AMISTAD
FAMILY WELLNESS PROGRAM
Resource Connection and Navigation services help people access resources before, during, or after a crisis, including food, health care financial assistance, education about Civil Rights and Responsibilities, advocacy, and internal referrals to our community partners.



Parenting Support services help people in their role as parents through community cafes, the Casa Infantil Project, Strengthening Families Parenting Classes, advocacy, case management, diapers, baby formula, and other varying baby items.



Document Preparation Services include simple Power of Attorney letters, Travel Consents for Minors, translations, and notarization of documents.



Form Completion services include public benefit applications (such as food stamps, housing, and Oregon Health Plan), divorce, custody, child support, small claims, name change forms from Marion County Circuit Court, passport applications, rental applications, DMV Forms, medical questionnaires, and job applications.
30 S Gun Club Road
Independence, OR 97351
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Strengthening Families: Ages 10-14 and their parents
Hours: Monday 9am-3pm, Tuesday-Friday 9am-6pm
MANO A MANO FAMILY CENTER
COLONIA LIBERTAD
FAMILY WELLNESS PROGRAM
Resource Connection and Navigation services help people access resources before, during, or after a crisis, including food, health care, education about Civil Rights and Responsibilities, advocacy, and internal referrals to our community partners.

Parenting Support services help people in their role as parents through community cafes, the Casa Infantil Project, Strengthening Families Parenting Classes, advocacy, case management, diapers, baby formula, and other varying baby items.

Document Prepartion Services include simple Power of Attorney letters, Travel Consents for Minors, translations, and notarization of documents.

Form Completion services include public benefit applications (such as food stamps, housing, and Oregon Health Plan), divorce, custody, child support, small claims, name change forms from Marion County Circuit Court, passport applications, rental applications, DMV Forms, medical questionnaires, and job applications.

Youth Development provides support to youth members of the community so that they graduate and find stable employment. Services include mentoring, after and out-of-school activities, volunteer and leadership activities, advocacy, and case management.
2921 Saddle Club Street SE
#1009
Salem, OR 97317
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Strengthening Families: Ages 10-14 and their parents
Hours: Monday 9am-3pm, Tuesday-Friday 9am-6pm
MANO A MANO FAMILY CENTER
NORTHGATE BUILDING
FAMILY WELLNESS PROGRAM
Resource Connection and Navigation services help people access resources before, during, or after a crisis, including food, health care, education about Civil Rights and Responsibilities, advocacy, and internal referrals to our community partners.

Parenting Support services help people in their role as parents through community cafes, the Casa Infantil Project, Strengthening Families Parenting Classes, advocacy, case management, diapers, baby formula, and other varying baby items.

Document Prepartion Services include simple Power of Attorney letters, Travel Consents for Minors, translations, and notarization of documents.

Form Completion services include public benefit applications (such as food stamps, housing, and Oregon Health Plan), divorce, custody, child support, small claims, name change forms from Marion County Circuit Court, passport applications, rental applications, DMV Forms, medical questionnaires, and job applications.

Youth Development provides support to youth members of the community so that they graduate and find stable employment. Services include mentoring, after and out-of-school activities, volunteer and leadership activities, advocacy, and case management.
3850 Portland Road NE
Suite 130
Salem, OR 97301
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Strengthening Families: Ages 10-14 and their parents
Hours: Monday 9am-3pm, Tuesday-Friday 9am-6pm
MID-WILLAMETTE VALLEY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY
COMMUNITY ACTION HOME YOUTH SERVICES
HOME YOUTH SERVICES
Day shelter helps youth with basic needs and to reconnect with the community. Provides three meals a day, laundry, showers, personal items, and resources. Programs include:

Runaway and Homeless Youth Program (RHY): Connects youth and their families to resources that meet their immediate needs. Also provides mediation and counseling resources for family reunification. The goal is safe exits from the streets, achieved through relationships with local law enforcement, street outreach, and working closely with the school district and other community partners.

Youth Empowerment Program (YEP): YEP's 4 elements are internships and jobs, financial literacy, workshops and field trips, and extended support. Youth cohorts go through the program in 3-month cycles and can earn high school credit for their work and experiences during the program.

Rotary Rides: Bicycle loan program where youth can check out a bicycle for 24 hours to get to appointments, school, etc. Must return bike by 7pm the day after checkout.

HOME's Taylor's House has 10 beds to house the community's homeless or runaway youth, and offers holistic services for study support, social activities, job training, and transportation.

Accepts donations of school supplies.
625 Union Street NE
Salem, OR 97301
Eligibility: Ages 11-17, 18 if still in school or working towards a GED
Hours: The Drop In: Noon-7pm / 7 days per week
Office: Monday-Friday 8am-6:30pm
NATIVE AMERICAN YOUTH AND FAMILY CENTER
CAREER SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
Provides opportunities for youth to gain skills and experience needed to be successful in the workforce. Job readiness and career skills are developed through one-on-one coaching sessions and a group Work Readiness Training that addresses personalized goals set by the client during individual intakes. Participants have access to sector bridge training programs that allow them to gain basic and advanced training for high-demand, high-wage careers.

Activities include culturally responsive assistance with resumes and cover letters, mock interviews, methods of networking, identifying online resources to access employers, best practices when contacting employers directly, dressing for success, and support accessing training opportunities. Youth also have access to cultural activities such as drumming, stick-making, and basket-weaving, as appropriate, and culturally specific mentors.

5135 NE Columbia Boulevard
Portland, OR 97218
Eligibility: Ages 16-24. Out-of-school youth are the priority with limited slots for in-school youth.
Primarily serves self-identified Native Americans.
Hours: Office hours: Monday-Friday 9am-6pm

Information Sessions and Orientation: Thursday 4pm
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
YOUTH OPPORTUNITY CENTER
Center provides services to youth at risk of or experiencing homelessness. Services include:
-Food, clothing, hygiene items, and bus tickets
-Engagement activities, including mentoring and specific activities for LGBTQ youth
-Referrals to employment programs (job readiness training, work experience, life skills training)
-Referrals to alternative education options, including pursuing a GED
-Information on and referrals to housing, health insurance, crisis support, and medical care
-Referrals and resources for gang affected-youth, youth with alcohol and drug addictions, and CSEC youth (Commercially and Sexually Exploited Children)

Where appropriate, can connect youth with employment and education opportunities and programs serving youth transitioning out of foster care that are offered by New Avenues.
314 SW 9th Avenue
Portland, OR 97205
Eligibility: Ages 13-21
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
PROMOTING AVENUES TO EMPLOYMENT (PAVE)
PAVE is a career-training program that prepares foster, at-risk, and homeless youth for employment through job training, occupational skills training, internships, professional mentoring and other employment and education-related opportunities.
314 SW 9th Avenue
Portland, OR 97205
Eligibility: Ages 13-21
Hours: PAVE Orientations: Tuesday 2pm
PAVE Career Lab: Tuesday 9:30am-1pm, Thursday 2pm-5pm
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
NEW DAY
Uses a survivor centered approach that prioritizes the safety, needs, and rights of youth involved in or at risk of sex trafficking. Culturally specific services available for youth include mobile outreach and crisis response, safety planning and wrap-around case management, mentoring and advocacy, and providing food, showers, transportation, and other basic needs. These services include access to shelter and housing, employment and education programs, LGBTQ specific services and supports, prevention and education (in schools and community), support and skills groups, and resource and referrals. A 24/7 Crisis Line providing support, safety plans, and access to motel vouchers and transportation is also provided.
314 SW 9th Avenue
Portland, OR 97205
Eligibility: Ages 12-25 who have been impacted by sex trafficking
Hours: Crisis Line: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
Referral Line: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
YOUTH OPPORTUNITY CENTER
Center provides services to youth at risk of or experiencing homelessness. Services include:
-Food, clothing, hygiene items, and bus tickets
-Engagement activities, including mentoring and specific activities for LGBTQ youth
-Referrals to employment programs (job readiness training, work experience, life skills training)
-Referrals to alternative education options, including pursuing a GED
-Information on and referrals to housing, health insurance, crisis support, and medical care
-Referrals and resources for gang affected-youth, youth with alcohol and drug addictions, and CSEC youth (Commercially and Sexually Exploited Children)

Where appropriate, can connect youth with employment and education opportunities and programs serving youth transitioning out of foster care that are offered by New Avenues.
470 SE 165th Avenue
Portland, OR 97233
Eligibility: Ages 13-21
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
YOUTH OPPORTUNITY CENTER
PROMOTING AVENUES TO EMPLOYMENT (PAVE)
PAVE is a career-training program that prepares foster, at-risk, and homeless youth for employment through job training, occupational skills training, internships, professional mentoring and other employment and education-related opportunities.
470 SE 165th Avenue
Portland, OR 97233
Eligibility: Ages 13-21
Hours: PAVE Orientations: Tuesday 2pm
PAVE Career Lab: Tuesday 9:30am-1pm, Thursday 2pm-5pm
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
YOUTH OPPORTUNITY CENTER
NEW DAY
Uses a survivor centered approach that prioritizes the safety, needs, and rights of youth involved in or at risk of sex trafficking. Culturally specific services available for youth include mobile outreach and crisis response, safety planning and wrap-around case management, mentoring and advocacy, and providing food, showers, transportation, and other basic needs. These services include access to shelter and housing, employment and education programs, LGBTQ specific services and supports, prevention and education (in schools and community), support and skills groups, and resource and referrals. A 24/7 Crisis Line providing support, safety plans, and access to motel vouchers and transportation is also provided.
470 SE 165th Avenue
Portland, OR 97233
Eligibility: Ages 12-25 who have been impacted by sex trafficking
Hours: Crisis Line: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
Referral Line: Monday-Friday 9am-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
PORTLAND YOUTH BUILDERS
Portland Youth Builders (PYB) is an alternative high school and job training program for young people who are ready to earn a GED or diploma and launch a career. At PYB, youth receive education, skills, structure, and support to overcome barriers and find a new path to success. Also offers GED test instruction.

Program includes academic instruction in small classes leading to a GED or high school diploma; hands-on job training in technology or construction; industry-recognized certifications, preparation for college, apprenticeship, and career-path employment; individualized counseling, career coaching, and wrap-around support; free bus passes; opportunities to earn an AmeriCorps education award of approximately $1500 and small financial bonuses for achievement; and multi-year support and placement assistance after graduation.

Students attend school full-time for roughly 12 months and split their time between the classroom and PYB jobsites. In PYB's Technology track, students learn coding and programming and build and upgrade computers as a community service. PYB's Construction track is a certified pre-apprenticeship program in which students build and renovate homes for low-income families. PYB helps students in both tracks obtain employment and post-secondary education or training to reach long-term goals.
4816 SE 92nd Avenue
Portland, OR 97266
Eligibility: Low-income individuals ages 17-24. Applicants ages 17-20 must live within a partnering school district.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4pm
URBAN LEAGUE OF PORTLAND
YOUTH PROGRAMS
The Urban League of Portland conducts youth programs that include interactive academic and real-world experiences that help students develop leadership, life, and social skills, self-esteem, and cultural pride. Urban League Youth programs are designed to prepare youth to be successful and encourage them to pursue post-secondary education and professional careers. Youth program services include listings of college scholarships, job readiness training, employment services, and internship opportunities.
10 N RUSSELL STREET
Portland, OR 97227
Eligibility: Ages 12-25. Urban League focuses on serving the African American community and other communities of color.
Hours: Hours vary
WORKSOURCE OREGON
SE WORKS WORKSOURCE PORTLAND METRO SE
SE WORKS INFOCUS PROGRAM
Provides youth employment programs that consist of training, GED, support services for transportation, clothing, phones, child care, and emergency food.
Eligibility: Youth ages 18-24. Youth may have past criminal history and may be currently seeking employment or education.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
YAMHILL COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP
YOUTH OUTREACH SERVICES
YOUTH JOBS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
The Jobs Readiness Program provides job readiness and development support for youth and young adults. Provides resume help, job workshops, follow-up assistance, skill building, interview practice, career assessment, and educational support.
719 E 1st Street
Newberg, OR 97132
Eligibility: Ages 14-24
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-8pm
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT COALITION OF LINCOLN COUNTY
STEP UP
Step Up offers assistance to youth and young adults around employment and education. Participants receive intensive case management and additional services including: assessment of strengths and skills, job search assistance (resumes, cover letters and interviews), job retention assistance, and connection to education services.
1039 NW Nye Street
Newport, OR 97365
Eligibility: Youth must be age 14-21 years who left high school or are at risk of leaving before earning a high school diploma or equivalent in education.
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-noon by appointment
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT COALITION OF LINCOLN COUNTY
STEP UP 2
STEP UP 2 serves youth 14-21 with intensive case management, on-site customized GED program, job skills training, job search assistance, and job retention services.
1039 NW Nye Street
Newport, OR 97365
Eligibility: Youth 16-21 who live in Lincoln County and are disconnected from school and employment
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-noon
ANTFARM
YOUTHCORE
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF EMERALD VALLEY
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS
CASCADE YOUTH AND FAMILY CENTER
YOUTH EMPLOYMENT SERVICES
CHEHALEM YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES
YOUTH OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM (YOOP)
CHEHALEM YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES
YOUTH OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM (YOOP)
CLACKAMAS EDUCATION SERVICE DISTRICT
C-TEC YOUTH SERVICES
COMMUNITY SERVICES CONSORTIUM
WORKFORCE AND EDUCATION
COMMUNITY SERVICES CONSORTIUM
WORKFORCE AND EDUCATION
COMMUNITY SERVICES CONSORTIUM
WORKFORCE AND EDUCATION
COMMUNITY SERVICES CONSORTIUM
WORKFORCE AND EDUCATION
CROOK COUNTY KIDS CLUB
AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMS
DESCHUTES COUNTY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
YOUNG ADULTS IN TRANSITION
ELKTON COMMUNITY EDUCATION CENTER
ELKTON COMMUNITY EDUCATION CENTER
HEART OF OREGON CORPS
YEAR-ROUND PROGRAMS
HOSEA YOUTH SERVICES
HOSEA YOUTH SERVICES
IMPACT NW
CORE
INTEGRAL YOUTH SERVICES
EXODUS HOUSE
ISAAC'S ROOM
IKE QUEST
LOOKING GLASS COMMUNITY SERVICES
LOOKING GLASS RURAL PROGRAM
MANO A MANO FAMILY CENTER
FAMILY WELLNESS PROGRAM
MANO A MANO FAMILY CENTER
FAMILY WELLNESS PROGRAM
MANO A MANO FAMILY CENTER
FAMILY WELLNESS PROGRAM
MID-WILLAMETTE VALLEY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY
HOME YOUTH SERVICES
NATIVE AMERICAN YOUTH AND FAMILY CENTER
CAREER SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
YOUTH OPPORTUNITY CENTER
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
YOUTH OPPORTUNITY CENTER
OREGON PACIFIC AREA HEALTH EDUCATION CENTER
PATHWAYS TO HEALTHCARE CAREERS
PORTLAND YOUTH BUILDERS
PORTLAND YOUTH BUILDERS
URBAN LEAGUE OF PORTLAND
YOUTH PROGRAMS
YAMHILL COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP
YOUTH JOBS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT COALITION OF LINCOLN COUNTY
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