- Published: Wednesday, 13 June 2007 17:00
- Written by The Skanner
James Bowles is on a mission. The interim director of the Portland Community College's Skill Center wants to see local African Americans get a career instead of just a job.
And the PCC Skill Center, which offers training to traditionally underserved residents in Portland, Bowles says, is a perfect starting point.
Laid-off workers in Clackamas County qualify for free help in their efforts to find a job. The…
Eight community colleges have partnered with Oregon Health & Science University to address the state's shortage of nurses with bachelor's degrees.
The agreement will create the Oregon Consortium for Nursing Education, which is expected to be a national model for making the Bachelor of Science education more accessible, according to OHSU officials.
Gov. Ted Kulongoski.To increase the number of good jobs in Oregon, the state will pursue a strategy…