Columbia Gorge Community College Request for Proposals for Feasibility Study 
Columbia Gorge Community College(CGCC) is seeking a qualified firm to conduct a feasibility study that will explore areas of needed workforce skills that support expanding industries in the regional economy, including hospitality, food processing, and fermented foods and beverages. The Columbia Gorge Food and Beverage Collaborative Project will inform CGCC’s academic and facility planning with a focus on the food and beverage industry and its supply chain sectors. The goal of the study is to explore what workforce skills are needed in these and other related industries, including student demand for academic programming. 
The Request for Proposal (RFP) package with minimum specifications and required proposal documents may be obtained from the College website
Proposal Closing Date and Time is 5:00 PM Pacific time, Monday, June 4, 2018, after which time Proposals will not be accepted.  

COCC Seeks Software Developer Instructor

Central Oregon Community College (COCC) Continuing Education (CE) is looking for a skilled and qualified Software Developer instructor available to teach from June 4 through October 31, 2018. The program will be delivered over 5 months, Monday-Friday, 8 am to 5 pm. The successful candidate will begin on June 4 as a trainer/instructor-in-training -- teaching assistant for the first phase of the curriculum. COCC CE is working with Apprenti veterans Code Fellows. The local Central Oregon instructor will be trained by a Code Fellows lead instructor during the first month of the program. They will then take over as the lead instructor July 1. 

COCC CE projects that the Software Developer training will be offered on an ongoing basis.

Review the Job Description: 

 Apply Online: 

What is Apprenti? 
The Apprenti model provides a proven, reliable pipeline for underrepresented groups such as minorities, women and veterans to gain training, certification and placement within the talent-hungry tech industry. More details here:

 Apprenti has three components: the Student-Apprentice, the Educational Partner, and the Hiring Partner. Student-apprentices enter the program via an Apprenti application and screening process facilitated by Apprenti, the Tech Association of Oregon (TAO), and East Cascades Works (ECW). Student-apprentices are interviewed and hired by a Central Oregon-based employer (Hiring Partner) prior to starting their education. Beginning June 4, the student-apprentices will begin their Software Developer training.