Date Name Description
11/19/2019

Discover how ACT data and insights help inform student preparation. Walk through score reports and leave with ideas, actions, and resources to use in your school. This free half-day, interactive workshop is open to all educators, principals, school counselors, district testing coordinators, and district curriculum professionals. In Portland on 9/24 and online the other dates.

11/19/2019

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

11/20/2019

Discover how ACT data and insights help inform student preparation. Walk through score reports and leave with ideas, actions, and resources to use in your school. This free half-day, interactive workshop is open to all educators, principals, school counselors, district testing coordinators, and district curriculum professionals. In Portland on 9/24 and online the other dates.

12/05/2019

Discover how ACT data and insights help inform student preparation. Walk through score reports and leave with ideas, actions, and resources to use in your school. This free half-day, interactive workshop is open to all educators, principals, school counselors, district testing coordinators, and district curriculum professionals. In Portland on 9/24 and online the other dates.

12/16/2019

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.

12/18/2019

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.

12/31/2019

Designed to improve education for students by involving educators in the development and implementation of national education policy.

01/23/2020

Professional development and resources for educators and parents with diverse students covering a broad range of topics including college and career readiness. Held in Seaside over 3 days.

01/27/2020

A fully online course, held January 27 - May 11, offers a specialized curriculum in college advising with an emphasis on serving high performing and low-income students. Hosted by Columbia University's Teachers College. $400.

01/31/2020

Nominees should inspire students of all backgrounds and abilities to learn; have the respect and admiration of students, parents, and colleagues; play an active role in the community as well as in school; and be a poised and articulate representative of all Oregon classroom teachers.

02/01/2020

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 February 1 - March 15.

02/05/2020

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.

02/11/2020

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 Roseburg on 8/27, Portland on 10/1, and 2/11 in Corvallis.

02/27/2020

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

02/28/2020

A proven program that helps high schools build and grow sustainable computer science programs by pairing experienced and trained software engineer professionals with classroom teachers.

02/29/2020

A conference for nonprofit boards, staff, and volunteers. Includes sessions that cover a wide scope of topics such as fund development, financial accountability, organizational and board development, and diversity, equity, and inclusion. Held in Corvallis.

02/29/2020

A proven program that helps high schools build and grow sustainable computer science programs by pairing experienced and trained software engineer professionals with classroom teachers.

03/04/2020

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

03/10/2020

Led by the Institute for Youth Success, this training will focus on engaging youth in the critical life skills of planning and reflection. Held in Corvallis.

03/10/2020

Bringing students, educators, industry professionals, and community members together to shape the future of Career Technical Education. Held over two days in Salem.