Entries by Amber Faist

RFQ: Broadway Corridor Development Planning Advisory Services and Redevelopment of the USPS Property

Through the release of this RFQ, Prosper Portland takes a significant step forward toward the realization of an urban development project which will permanently change Portland’s downtown landscape, knit the city together, attract regional, national and international media attention, and catalyze significant private investments. INFORMATIONAL PRE-PROPOSAL MEETING An optional informational pre-proposal meeting will be held […]

RFQ Prosper Portland for On Call Engineering Services

Through this Request for Qualifications (RFQ), Prosper Portland is requesting statements of qualifications for the provision of Engineering Services  to be provided on an as-needed basis. Prosper Portland may award one or more contracts from this RFQ. Please direct all questions about this solicitation to Kristy Branson at 503-823-3688, bransonk@prosperportland.us or Breanna Rodriquez at 503-823-3199, […]

New Scholarship Opportunity

Udall Scholarship — Purpose: Provide scholarships to native students pursuing careers related to tribal public policy, self-governance, native health, or the environment. Eligibility: Native American or Alaska Native students that are undergraduate sophomores or juniors and working toward positive solutions to environmental challenges or issues impacting Indian country. Funding: Individual scholarships of up to $7,000; 50 scholarships are expected. Application Deadline: March 8, 2018.

United by Water: a film presented by the Upper Columbia United Tribes

Please join us at Ecotrust for an evening with the Upper Columbia United Tribes (UCUT), who will host the world premier of a new film, United By Water, that documents the inspiring journey of local tribal communities to Kettle Falls, the fishing site of their ancestors, for the first time in 80 years. It is a film about […]


Ecotrust invites American Indian community members who are either currently enrolled students, recent graduates, or have commensurate work experience to apply for the 2017-2018 Ecotrust Indigenous Fellowship opportunity. Ecotrust holds a deep commitment to equity and diversity as core principles integral to the work we do. As we add new members across all levels of […]

7th Annual NAYA Winter Marketplace

Saturday December 9th 10am-4pm Native American Youth and Family Center 5135 NE Columbia Blvd, Portland, Oregon  NAYA is proud to announce that the 7th annual NAYA Winter Marketplace will take place on Saturday, December 9th from 10am – 4pm in the NAYA gymnasium! Come support our community’s vendors for one-stop Christmas shopping. Arts and crafts, […]

Native Family Day and Marketplace

Saturday November 25th 10am-5pm Mt. Scott Community Center 5530 SE 72nd Ave, Portland,  A day to celebrate Community with our families and FREE crafts, swimming, roller skating and snacks! Fry Bread Taco Fundraiser at noon! This is also an opportunity to get a jump on that special gift from one of our many talented Native

Little Boxes Small Biz Weekend Shopping Event

Thursday, November 24th- November 26th Portland, OR Little Boxes is a city-wide shopping event and prize raffle held the weekend after Thanksgiving-Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Sunday Get a raffle entry for every participating retailer you visit, and earn an additional raffle entry for every purchase you make. More entries = more chances for […]