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Educate the next generation. Our young people need your help. Many students are unaware of the great careers in your field. High school students need to see the relevance of their education, learn about promising career paths and better understand the skills they need to be successful in the workplace.

Build your brand. About 7,000 students and educators from 75+ high schools attended our last Expo, as did 200 exhibitors -- including many of your potential business partners, clients and competitors. As an Expo sponsor, you create tremendous community goodwill and increase visibility.

Grow your pipeline. Many employers face a high number of employee retirements in the coming years, representing a loss of skills and experience. The Expo is a chance to connect with your future workforce.

Help high schools year-round. Sponsoring the Expo pays dividends for students throughout the school year. A portion of your Expo sponsorship goes toward providing in-depth career-learning opportunities for students, helping them make informed decisions about their next steps after graduation.

Early 2019 Expo Sponsors

Thank you to our early 2019 NW Youth Careers Expo sponsors! Your support helps further the PWA mission year-round, connecting students and teachers to career-education opportunities.

To see a list of the 2018 Sponsors, go here, or print them here.

Early 2019 Platinum Sponsors

AWS Elemental, Clackamas Community College, Daimler, EVRAZ, Gunderson, IOUE Local 701, Legacy Health, Nike, Oh Planning + Design, The Oregonian/OregonLive, Port of Portland, Portland Community College, Prosper Portland

Early 2019 Gold Sponsors

Bonneville Power Administration, Fortis Construction, Pacific Northwest Carpenters Institute, Worksystems

Early 2019 Silver Sponsors

Associated General Contractors, Cherry City Electric, City of Portland – Bureau of Environmental Services, Emerick Construction, NW Naturals, OEG, Oregon Health & Science University, Providence Health & Services, TriMet, Walsh Construction