Entries by Amber Faist

Washington County’s Job Opportunities as of 8/13/2018

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES WASHINGTON COUNTY, OREGON Human Resources Division Washington County Public Services Building, 155 N First Avenue Ste. 270 Hillsboro, OR 97124 503-846-8606 http://www.washcojobs.org Employment Opportunities as of Monday, August 13, 2018 Assistant Director of Health and Human Services Full Time$10,928.22 – $13,279.95 monHealth & Human Services08/26/18 Building Engineer Full Time$7,546.00 – $9,169.66 monLand Use […]

Applications are now open for Oregon LEAD!

LEAD is a 7-month transformative leadership training course that fosters interdisciplinary leadership and skill-building in Native communities across Oregon. Each cohort brings together a diverse group of young leaders to learn skills like values-based budgeting, power analysis, and advocacy training, while creating opportunities for personal and professional relationships. Apply here.

Mercatus Storytelling 101

Mercatus strives to change the narrative of entrepreneurship to better demonstrate the diversity and vibrancy of Portland. In Storytelling for Your Biz, Cookie Zvovushe will lead you through several topics that business owners/storytellers struggle with, and provide you an opportunity to build the basics of storytelling. Topics include: Speaking with confidence Being safe and vulnerable […]

ONAC Hosts Oregon Native Enterprise (ONE) Launch Event

  The ONE Coalition has developed a business development series utilizing the voices of our community and representing our collective wisdom in support of business development and ownership for Native American entrepreneurs across Oregon & SW Washington. On August 3rd, ONAC hosted business owners, program participants, Tribal representatives, and government partners at Hatch Lab PDX […]

REQUEST for PROPOSALS UTILIZING ODOT RFP 730-33447-18

Project Information The purpose of the Project is to improve the safety and operations on I-5 between I-405 and I-84, of the Broadway/Weidler interchange, and on adjacent surface streets in the vicinity of the Broadway/Weidler interchange and to enhance multimodal facilities in the Project Area. In achieving the purpose, the Project also will support improved […]

2018 UW Foster School of Business Minority Executive Program Scholarship

Multnomah County is once again looking to sponsor a deserving COBID Certified Business owner to the Foster School of Business Minority Business Executive Program, held in Seattle, WA, September 16 – 21, 2018. The Minority Business Executive Program is a one-week residential program that takes place annually on campus at the University of Washington. The […]