Our community partners are vital to our ability to help youth in Clackamas County breakdown barriers and become successful in their educational and vocational goals.
Some of our partners include:
Clackamas Community College: If you value academic variety, a good investment, and opportunity for personal involvement, then the CCC experience may be a good fit. The college collaborates with C-TEC Youth Services to provide a variety of opportunities, including customized career exploration, GED and high school completion programs, and a C-TEC Career Advisor for students at the college. CCC also houses the main C-TEC Youth Services office on the Oregon City campus.
Clackamas Workforce Partnership: The Clackamas Workforce Partnership is a nonprofit organization dedicated to building a strong workforce in Clackamas County. Primary funding for C-TEC Youth Services comes from WICCO under the Workforce Investment Act, to help low income youth develop into a strong emerging workforce.
Worksource Clackamas: As part of the WorkSource Oregon network across the state, WorkSource Clackamas works closely with C-TEC Youth Services to provide training and employment services to youth. WorkSource Clackamas also houses C-TEC Youth Services’ youth employment lab twice a week to introduce youth to the many services available through WorkSource.
Department of Human Services (DHS): The Department of Human Services is Oregon’s principal agency for helping Oregonians achieve well-being and independence, especially for those who are least able to help themselves. DHS works closely with C-TEC Youth Services to provide seamless, coordinated services for youth, with the shared goal of moving youth toward self-sufficiency. DHS also acts as a primary referral source in Clackamas County.
Housing Authority of Clackamas County (HACC): The Housing Authority of Clackamas County provides housing and resources for low-income individuals and families. Through this innovative partnership, C-TEC Youth Services is able to work as part of the HACC team to provide education and employment support for youth residing in public housing.
Clackamas County Juvenile Department (CCJD) and Oregon Youth Authority (OYA): CCJD and OYA strive to keep communities safe, hold youth accountable for their actions in a meaningful way, and reduce recidivism through innovative programs. They partner with C-TEC Youth Services to provide an on-site Career Advisor to support youth involved in the juvenile justice system.
Canby School District: We want our students to have access to a quality curriculum that inspires, informs and provides each student with the foundational skills to be successful throughout their years in school. We also want our schools to be safe, caring, and inviting where each student experiences a true sense of belonging.
Estacada School District: We provide a small town school environment for 1783 public school students in our regular district buildings, and approximately 850 students in our Charter School and Early College. Our service area covers a surprisingly large geographic areas of more than 750 square miles of rural Oregon countryside in the Clackamas River area, and includes considerable portions of the Mt. Hood National Forest.
North Clackamas School District: Unique in Oregon, the combination of programs in North Clackamas allows each student to have an experience distinctive to them. We are home to the largest professional-technical program in Oregon, high-demand bilingual schools, and Clackamas County’s only International Baccalaureate program.
West Linn – Wilsonville School District: Our educational system must maximize human potential. We must continue to provide high quality basic education, which allows all children to function successfully in our changing world.