Your Career

Need a job? Don’t have experience? Connect with a Career Advisor to explore your options!

Jobs!

Your Education

Get your high school diploma or GED! College is within your reach, let us help you get started.  You can do it!

School

What’s Happening?

Want to gain hands-on experience to move you toward your goals?  What are you waiting for?  Check out these local events!

Events

Is C-TEC For Me?

Want a job?  Want to be successful? Want to increase your earning potential? If you’re ready to get started, then C-TEC Youth Services may be for you! Here are some examples of how we can help:

  • One-on-one assistance from a personal Career Advisor
  • A detailed plan for how to achieve your goals
  • Education assistance to help you be successful in a school that meets your needs
  • Career exploration – we’ll fill you in on the high demand, high wage jobs and how to get them
  • Job training- get a job, keep that job, and start a career that you love
  • Work experience that you can put on your resume
  • Support services to assist with your personal needs so you can stay focused

If you’re motivated to get started, let’s go!

How do I apply?

About Us

C-TEC Youth Services is here to assist the emerging workforce (that’s you if you’re ages 16-24!) successfully prepare for a career.  We do that by providing individualized assistance that helps you set career goals and supporting you to meet those goals.  Sometimes all you need is a friendly, knowledgeable assistant to help you get started!  We’re also here to help navigate those bumps in the road that are bound to come up.   Our services are entirely free, and sometimes we can even help you pay for career related expenses!  So whether you need to finish your basic education, get a job, train for a career, or start college, we have the experience, knowledge, and to opportunities help you be successful.

Read more about us

Unfortunately, not everyone qualifies for our assistance, so click here to see if you may qualify:

Am I eligible?

Events and Opportunities

    1. TriMet Reduced Fare Sign Up

      January 22 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
    2. TriMet Reduced Fair Sign Up

      January 29 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
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    1 week ago

    CTEC Youth Services

    Are you on SNAP (& not TANF) and looking to get a job or increase
    success in your chosen career?

    Attend the Northwest Family Services RETHINKING CAREERS WORKSHOP series FREE to participants

    MARCH 4, 2019 - APRIL 3, 2018
    @ OREGON CITY DHS
    315 S Beavercreek Rd, Oregon City, OR 97045

    For more information contact Rob Sellers @ 503.310.4665 or email rsellers@nwfs.org
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    2 weeks ago

    CTEC Youth Services

    Check this out!!Welcome to winter term, Cougars! Join us Jan. 8, 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. in the Community Center on the OC campus to learn about the awesome resources and clubs we offer and even get a grilled cheese sandwich and cup of soup for $1. See you there! ... See MoreSee Less

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    3 weeks ago

    CTEC Youth Services

    **DUE DATE EXTENDED… see below**

    HAPPY NEW YEAR!! We hope everyone is feeling ready to get back in the swing of things. Here’s some information about a program CCC has going on that you or someone you know might want to apply for. They just extended the application deadline. Check this out:

    CCC College Bridge program deadline has been extended to January (you’ll see on the flyer that it says 12/7/18).

    So, anyone who completed GED (or those who will complete GED® Test Credential by February) can apply.

    Students in the Bridge Program will take 6 college credits –First Year Experience + either Math or Writing/Reading (WRD)--together as a cohort three afternoons a week in winter 2019. This is a great opportunity to get 6 free college credits! It’s totally free – tuition, fees, and books are paid!

    CCC College Bridge Program New Application Deadline:
    • Best Deadline to apply: Friday, January 11th
    • Final Deadline to apply: Wednesday, January 16th

    To apply, students go to: www.clackamas.edu/regional-promise-grant. (From that website, click on the gray bar that says “Bridge Program.” Then you will see an orange box to click to sign up.)

    ***Note: Students must have their college placements done—so they must have gone through official PASS Placement Advising—before applying.***

    Priority placement will go to recent high school completers (early graduates) and GED completers, as it says on the flier on a weighted lottery system. Students will be notified about placement into the program in the first two weeks of January and the classes start Feb 5.

    For more information, contact High School Connections at 503-594-3161 or hsconnections@clackamas.edu.

    The Bridge Program flier is attached.
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