This past week, ACE Mentor Program student Kenneth Yohe was recognized in the “How Oregon Works” feature of the Portland Business Journal. The ACE Mentor Program of Oregon began in 2006 as an affiliate of the national ACE organization. It
Are you a high school girl interested in learning more about technology? If so, consider attending the ACT-W Portland Conference at Portland State University on July 20-21 as a High School VIP. Deadline for tickets is July 9.
PACE is a free after-school mentorship program that gives students the opportunity to work with plumbers, sheet metal workers, carpenters and electricians to learn the introductory skills needed for good paying careers in the trades. Students explore career fields
Many employers at this year’s NW Youth Careers Expo are seeking high school students for a variety of summer jobs, internships and volunteer opportunities in fields ranging from construction to software technology.
Our tech exhibitors at the NW Youth Careers Expo will include software makers, a giant computer chip manufacturer, and a nonprofit computer recycling organization. Students can visit with AWS Elemental, Intel, Microsoft, Free Geek and many others.