Students are resilient, as new PWA Board President Marcus Carter points out. That resilience is inspiring, as our board and staff work with the community to find new ways to connect, engage and serve in the COVID-19 era.
The board of directors of the Portland Workforce Alliance affirmed five officers and elected eight new board members at its final meeting of the 2019-20 school year.
From our first jobs as teenagers and throughout our entire professional careers, we’re constantly learning and growing. Hear from Portland Workforce Alliance’s newest board members about their first jobs, early life lessons and career advice.
The ACE Mentor Program of Oregon this week awarded $92,000 in college scholarships to 15 Portland-area seniors interested in pursuing careers in architecture, construction management and engineering.
Looking for summer jobs or full-time employment for students? Here are some opportunities available now!