Additional Workforce Resources

American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)
AARP provides a variety of tools that guide companies in building an organization that values experienced workers. Get information and strategies from employers that value older workers. Learn about recruiting and retaining experienced workers, "Best Employers" for the 50-plus, trends and best practices, and an extensive career and job hunting database.

For more information visit: or call 1-866-554-5360.

Apprenticeship Programs (Statewide)
Includes a variety of apprenticeship programs

Beaverton City Library
Business Research and Information Resources

For more information visit: or call 503-350-3613

Immigrant & Refugee Community Organization (IRCO)
IRCO provides intensive employment and support services for refugees and immigrants including job training and certification courses, job development and placement, job coaching and retention services. Youth Employment at IRCO includes job placement services and academic support services geared towards identifying and preparing participants for college and beyond.

For more information visit: or call 503-234-1541 ext. 460

Oregon Department of Labor - Oregon Labor Market Information Service

For more information visit: or call 503-947-1394

PCC Climb Center – Continuous Learning for Individuals, Management and Business

For more information visit: or call 971-722-2798

Portland Community College (PCC) – Located on three comprehensive campuses as well as in numerous centers and workforce training sites in the Portland metropolitan area. The college serves Multnomah and Washington counties and parts of Clackamas, Columbia, and Yamhill counties and offers training for a variety of industries including: advanced manufacturing, Biotech, automotive, aerospace and more.

For more information visit: (contacts listed at the top of each page)

Urban League of Portland - Provides quality career training and employment opportunities for individuals residing within the Greater Portland Metropolitan Area to further professional, educational, and personal development. These services are provided to all levels of job seekers to help address the overwhelming unemployment in this region for African Americans and people of color.

For more information visit: or email at