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The Compass
July 2018
Eastern Oregon Business Source
EOBS is hiring a new School to Careers Coordinator
Eastern Oregon Business Source has an opening for a grant-funded School to Careers Coordinator.
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Workforce Development
The First Year of The Employee Pipeline Project is Complete—The Final Numbers are In
The final numbers for the first year of the Employee Pipeline Project are in, and the Project was a success.
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EOBS Partners with BMCC
Eastern Oregon Business Source has partnered with Blue Mountain Community College to develop an online career center.
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Umatilla County Regional Capacity Building
Umatilla Regional Capacity Building
Exciting projects made possible by the Umatilla County Regional Capacity Building Initiative and the public-private partnership of Umatilla County and Eastern Oregon Business Source.
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Umatilla County Historical Society receives Oregon Museum Grant
The Umatilla County Historical Society was recently awarded an Oregon Museum Grant for $8038 to help fund the construction of its Umatilla Gold Wheat exhibit
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Milton-Freewater Downtown Alliance Plans for a Successful Future
The Milton Freewater Downtown Alliance is working with Eastern Oregon Business Source founder Susan Bower to build their organization’s capacity.
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Tips and Tools
Make Sure That Pronouns Are Not Ambiguous
A pronoun is a word that can function by itself as a noun phrase. Pronouns include words like “I,” “you,” “he,” “she,” and “it.” We use pronouns to make sentences sound less awkward. However, it is important to make sure that when you use pronouns, your pronoun use is not ambiguous.
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Don’t Miss Out On These Exciting Up-Coming Grant Opportunities
DEQ 2018 Materials Management Grant program opens July 13th
On Friday, July 13, DEQ opened its 2018 materials management grants program. This program is designed to support projects that prevent, recover, or reuse solid waste.
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The ODOT Safe Routes to School Grant program opens on July 23rd
The Safe Routs to School grant program funds efforts to improve, educate, or encourage children safely walking or biking to school. The Oregon Department of Transportation has two main types of Safe Routes to School programs: infrastructure and non-infrastructure.
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Mockingbird Foundation Initial Inquires Due by August 1st
The Mockingbird Foundation offers competitive grants to schools and nonprofit organizations that effect improvements in areas of importance to the Phish fan community.
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Eastern Oregon Business Source Contacts
Susan Bower
SHRM SCP, MBA, President and Owner
Email Susan
Bonnie Day
Community Development Coordinator
Email Bonnie
Christina van der Kamp
School to Careers Coordinator
Email Christina
Nick Nash
Community Development Coordinator
Email Nick
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United States