Date Name Description
09/27/2018

7,500 secondary and postsecondary college admission counseling professionals come together to exchange ideas and hear from experts. Held in Salt Lake City, UT from September 27-29, 2018.

09/27/2018

Statewide summit on equity in education. Held in Salem.

09/28/2018

A free curriculum and training from ECMC for educators to help increase college attendance among low-income, first-generation high school students. Held in Bend.

10/01/2018

A fully online course for educators that provides classroom-ready instructional resources, strategies, and support to teach financial concepts to high school students. No cost. Course runs October 1 - November 15.

10/12/2018

Tools, resources, and information for educators, community members, administrators, and community-based organizations on empowering communities through personal finance. Held in Canby, Oregon and hosted by Financial Beginnings.

10/12/2018

Sessions and networking organized by the Oregon School Counselor Association (OSCA). Held in Silverton.

10/14/2018

GEAR UP West is a collaborative regional conference of college access practitioners from the western US. All those working to help low-income and underrepresented students prepare for and succeed in college are welcome to attend. Held over three days in Boise, ID.

10/24/2018

This program is designed to train school personnel to work as a team to identify those students in their care that they believe are "at risk." This valuable and free training is designed for school personnel, kindergarten through 12th grade. Held in Forest Grove, 10/24-26. Applications due 10/15.

10/24/2018

Guidance counselors, STEM, CTE and math and science educators, administrators and workforce development professionals to help students understand and access apprenticeships. Held in Portland.

11/03/2018

A conference to support program directors and front line staff to continually improve and and innovate within their afterschool and summer programs. $99. Held at Chemeketa Community College in Salem.

11/09/2018

A one-day conference for ASPIRE mentors and other college access professionals. Held in McMinnville.

11/12/2018

Share and discuss the partnerships, policies and programs that are breaking down traditional notions of when and where learning occurs. Held in Kansas City over three days.

11/12/2018

Free two-day professional development events designed to support the growing network of professionals who are implementing personalized digital learning. Held in Portland on 11/12-13 as well as other locations across the U.S. at other times.

11/13/2018

Discover how ACT data and insights help inform student preparation. Walk through score reports and get ideas, actions, and resources to use in your school.

11/14/2018

Discover how ACT data and insights help inform student preparation. Walk through score reports and get ideas, actions, and resources to use in your school.

11/27/2018

Discover how ACT data and insights help inform student preparation. Walk through score reports and get ideas, actions, and resources to use in your school.

11/28/2018

Discover how ACT data and insights help inform student preparation. Walk through score reports and get ideas, actions, and resources to use in your school.

12/06/2018

Discover how ACT data and insights help inform student preparation. Walk through score reports and get ideas, actions, and resources to use in your school.

12/10/2018

An intensive two-day Poverty Institute that provides a grounded understanding of poverty. Participants will learn to communicate more effectively with those living in poverty; use role play, activities, modeling and dialogue to understand and practice the core concepts; and come away with concrete strategies and materials. Held in Portland.

12/12/2018

An intensive two-day Coaching Institute; participants will learn how to serve as onsite experts for educating colleagues, providing leadership for eliminating barriers, and developing systemwide approaches for improving outcomes for families and individuals. Participants will get trained to conduct Poverty Competency Assessments and assist their organizations in developing and implementing customized action plans with measurable results and receive a variety of tools and materials. Held in Portland.