Date Name Description

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.


Learn about OSAC's FAFSA Plus+ program which helps student support staff in the FAFSA completion process by sharing student-level FAFSA completion data and best practice tips.


OSAC staff will team up to provide training about both Transcript Upload (for OSAC Scholarships) and GPA Verification (for Oregon Promise) in the OSAC High School Portal.


Building an emotionally safe community of peers and adults is essential for youth to learn and develop as individuals. This interactive workshop will introduce participants to a variety of activities designed to support the community building process. Led by the Institute for Youth Success. Held in Portland.


Professional development for educators and paraprofessionals as well as resources for parents covering a broad range of topics including college and career readiness. Held in Grand Ronde over 3 days.


Bringing students, educators, industry professionals, and community members together to shape the future of Career Technical Education. Held February 1-2 in Salem.


The OSAC team will be available to answer your tough questions about accessing and using OSAC resources. Bring your questions about the OSAC Scholarship Application, OSAC High School Portal, FAFSA Plus+, Oregon Opportunity Grant, Oregon Promise Grant, ORSAA, and beyond.


The annual conference of the Oregon Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators. Includes sessions related to college access and equity, diversity and inclusion. Held over three days at Salishan Resort in Gleneden Beach.


Up to $1,500 for secondary school teachers to attend AP Summer Institutes. Teacher from rural schools or schools who serve minority or low-income students may apply.


Are you providing young people with authentic, meaningful choices throughout your program? Does your program reflect the input of youth involved? Research shows that quality programs incorporate youth input at both activity and organizational levels. Led by the Institute for Youth Success. Held in Portland.


A one-day conference for administrators on technology integration strategies and ideas to help support personal goals and/or build a district/building vision for the future. Held in Portland.


A two-day teaching and learning conference focused on technology integration strategies. Held in Portland.


The conference highlights successful partnerships among high schools and two- and four-year colleges, enrollment officers and school counselors, admission and financial aid professionals, and curriculum leaders and academics, among others. Held in Newport Beach, CA over two days.


A 3-day professional development opportunity for Northwest educators focused on education technology. Held in Seattle.


A 2-day event to learn more about PBIS. Held in Portland.


Provides educators the opportunity to gain the skills needed to integrate global competencies into their daily classroom instruction and contribute to the closing of the global achievement gap.


A conference designed by educators, for educators. Held March 16-18 in Chicago, IL.


The Pacific Northwest Association for College Admission Counseling invites representatives from high schools, college admissions and community-based organization, and independent educational consultants for three days of networking and knowledge-sharing. Held in Phoenix, AZ.


The annual gathering and conference for principals and administrators; held over 3 days in Seaside, OR.


Up to $1,500 for secondary school teachers to attend AP Summer Institutes. Teacher from rural schools or schools who serve minority or low-income students may apply.