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ORCC is motivated by the belief that students have the power to change the world. Together with campuses, ORCC activates higher education to place more students on a lifelong path of civic participation.
What's New At ORCC
Applications for the Executive Learning Series on Equity are now available
We are excited to officially announce the launch of our Executive Learning Series on Equity: Utilizing an Equity & Empowerment Lens to Improve Outcomes for Students of Color. Facilitated by Sonali S. Balajee, the learning series will consist of monthly, 90 minute long online sessions and 2 in-person sessions from January of 2015 through December 2015.
Campuses can register in teams of 2-5 people (1 must be an administrator at the vice president or provost level and 1 must be in a student-facing position). Registration is FREE for all ORCC Member Campuses, and $2500 per campus for non-members.
Click here to download and submit an application.
The deadline to submit an application for consideration is December 19.
The Connect2Complete K12 Attendance Corps Program is accepting applications
Connect2Complete K12 Schools have been selected and we are looking for minimum time AmeriCorps members to serve in K12 schools throughout Multnomah County. Connect2Complete K12 AmeriCorps Members build relationships with students and families and design interventions to improve attendance for at-risk students. Learn more here.
ORCC Welcomes Ari Alberg as AmeriCorps Program Manager
Ari Alberg is the newest member of the ORCC team, joining our staff as the AmeriCorps Program Manager. In this role, he will be managing the AmeriCorps Connect2Complete Program and the Summer VISTA Program. He brings passion for the work combined with great professional experience. Click here to read more about Ari's passion for the work, and what brings him to ORCC.
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