Connecting Communities Program

Connecting Communities provides services for individuals with disabilities who speak English as a second language. Participants receive services essential to their employment success. Our program offers Workplace Readiness Workshops such as job application completion, mock interviews, resume building, and many more that provide employability skills and soft skills required to obtain and maintain employment. We also provide English classes, computer classes, and overall help for our participants to find and retain employment with other support services and accomodations to emplloyment in collaboration with Oregon Vocational Rehabilitation.

The Connecting Communities Program has offices in Portland, Beaverton, Woodburn, Salem, and Eugene.

Services Provided through Connecting Communities Program

  • Job Development & Coaching
  • Community Outreach
  • Translation and Interpretation Services
  • ESL and Computer Classes
  • Networking events
  • Workplace readiness Workshops
  • Resume Workshops
  • Individualized Support
  • Interview Workshops
  • Application Workshops
  • Mock Interviews
  • American Working Culture
  • Motivational Classes


  • Be 18 years of age or older
  • Have a documented disability
  • Be able to work legally in the US
  • Have a language barrier or speak English as a second language

(ESL/computer classes offered for all, regardless of the eligibility requirements listed above.)
If you'd like to apply to be a part of our Connecting Communities Program,
contact us here.


237 NE Broadway Street
Suite #100
Portland, OR 97232
(P) 503-335-6161, (F)971-335-6165

12655 SW Center St Suite 275
Beaverton, OR 97005
(P) 971-228-8462, (F) 971-277-6039

3878 Beverly Ave. NE, Suite 5
Salme, OR 97305
(P) 503-587-7389, (F) 503-362-4734 

120 E Lincoln Street
Woodburn, OR 97071
(P) 503-587-7389, (F) 503-362-4734

115 W 8th Ave Suite 330
Eugene, OR 97401
(P) 541-636-4027, (F) 541-512-5354

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