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  • September Lunch & Learn

    ​"Oregon's Workforce Trends"
    ​Presented by Jason Payton
    Register Here

    Join us for the Lunch and Learn event: "Oregon's Workforce Trends" presented by Jason Payton, Occupational Economist for Oregon Employment Department.

    Attendees will be oriented to the recent updates on Oregon's wage and employment information. In addition, attendees will better understand occupational resources available to support their clients.

    Presenter Bio: Jason Payton is mostly an Oregonian, growing up in South Eugene. He holds a Bachelor's of Science in Economics from the University of Oregon. For the last 10 years, Jason has worked for the Oregon Employment Department's Workforce and Economic Research Division as a research analyst, program coordinator, and currently as an occupational economist. Jason's work for the agency has varied in focus; collecting information on behalf of the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, coordinating a prevailing wage survey on behalf of the Oregon Bureau of Labor & Industries, and now occupational research related to projections, training, and education. 

    When:
    Tuesday, September 25, 2018
    11:30am - 2:00pm

    Where:
    OVRS
    1704 NE 26th Ave
    Portland, Oregon  97212
    United States

    Schedule: 
    11:30 am Registration
    Noon - 1:30 pm Educational Presentation
    1:30 - 2:00 pm Networking

    Credits:
    1.5 CEUs have been requested for this educational event 

    Cost:
    Student- $20
    IARP Member- $25
    Non-Member- $35

    IARP Oregon would warmly like to thank Bostwick Krier & d'Autremont and Linda Hill & Associates for sponsoring this event.

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OUR SPONSORS

IARP Oregon Warmly Thanks the Following Sponsors for Contributing to Our Educational Events:

Bostwick Krier & d’Autremont
Wallace & Associates, Inc.
Portland Community College
Linda Hill & Associates​​

September Lunch & Learn

We had a great turn out!
IARP-Oregon Lunch and Learn
Thank you to our Speaker:
- Jason Payton, State of Oregon Employment Department;
and our Sponsors:
- Linda Hill and Associates
- Bostwick, Krier & d’Autremont

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Chapter Leadership

Board Leaders

Kelly McCain, President
Melissa Robinson, President-Elect

Kristen Peterson, Past President
Colleen Cormack, Secretary
Rachel Heller, Treasurer

List of Members at Large

Members at Large
Adele Bostwick, Director At Large
Lisa Broten, Director At Large
Betsey Carrillo, Director At Large
Linda Hill, Director At Large
Erin Hunt, Director At Large
Kathy Wallace, Director At Large
Brendan Flynn, Director At Large
 

Become a Chapter Leader!

Hello IARP Oregon Members, Are you interested in sharing your ideas and enthusiasm with your local peers in the vocational rehabilitation industry? Would you enjoy interacting with others who already are? Then the IARP Oregon Board is ready for you! Board Members at Large attend our monthly meetings in person or via phone every second Tuesday of the month except December and July. You may nominate yourself or another member – a member of IARP will call to confirm your interest prior to putting your name on the ballot. Positions begin on January 1. Following one year of participation on the Board, you may choose to run for a position on the Executive Committee including President, President Elect, Secretary, and Treasurer. In any case, being on the Board is a wonderful way to interact with your peers in the industry.
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