The Dalles, Redmond, Bend and Klamath Falls are comprehensive centers with full service.
Hood River and Lakeview are affiliate centers with limited service.

East Cascades Works is an equal opportunity employer, primarily financed with funds provided through the Higher Education Coordinating Commission and from the U.S. Department of Labor. Auxiliary aids and services and alternate formats are available to individuals with disabilities, TTY/TDD – dial 711 toll free relay service or access online at  Language services are available at no cost to individuals with limited English proficiency upon request.  

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Telephone 541-213-0684

East Cascades Works

334 NE Hawthorne Ave.
Bend, Oregon 97701


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WorkSource The Dalles
700 Union Street, Suite 105
The Dalles, OR 97058

WorkSource Bend
1645 NE Forbes Road, Suite 100
Bend, OR 97701

WorkSource Lakeview
513 Center Street
Lakeview, OR 97630

WorkSource Hood River
1730 College Way, 301
Hood River, OR 97031

WorkSource Redmond
2158 SE College Loop, Suite B
Redmond, OR 97756

WorkSource Klamath Falls
801 Oak Avenue
Klamath Falls, OR 97601


WorkSource is a partnership of state and local government agencies, colleges and non-profit organizations that offer employment and training services to job seekers, as well as resources to businesses.  As a registered participant of WorkSource Oregon, you will have access to a variety of services, tools and workshops including:

- Employment referrals

- Job search assistance

- Access to job listings and invitations to recruitment events

- Application, cover letter and resume development assistance

- Internet access for job seekers

- Referrals for training

- Referrals for community resources such as housing, food, childcare and public transportation

- On-the-job training

- Support services for transportation, basic needs, tools, clothing, etc.

- National Career Readiness Certification

- Support for English language learners

- GED and adult basic education

- Career exploration

(WorkSource Oregon offers virtual (v) workshops, and in-person (ip) workshops when open to the public)

- Cover Letter and Resume Development (v)

- Interview Preparation (v)

- Soft Skills (v)

- Networking/Social Media (v)

- Basic Computer Skills (v)

- Beginning Excel (ip)

- Beginning Word (ip)

- Applications (ip)

- Career Information System (ip)

- National Career Readiness Certificate (ip)

Get a Head Start on Your Registration:
To expedite services, register using the link below:

NOTE: To access training and support services through WorkSource Oregon, you may be asked to provide documents verifying your identification and eligibility to legally work in the U.S. Individuals assigned male at birth and born in the year 1960 or later are required by law to register for Selective Service.  Documentation indicating registration will also be required for services or funding. 


Training Scholarships: Funding for training is based on eligibility and current funding levels.  Contact your local WorkSource center for specific information.

On-the-Job Training: Local employers may utilize WorkSource to help offset the costs of hiring and training new employees. Funding for on-the-job training is based on strict eligibility requirements and current funding levels. Contact your local WorkSource center for specific information. 

211: For assistance in locating health and human services, simply call 211. You may also dial, 503-222-5555.

Unemployment Insurance: Claim specialists are ready to take your call, Monday through Friday, between 8:00AM and 5:00PM. Call 1-877-File-4-UI or 1-877-345-3484 or file online at

Training Unemployment Insurance: Find out how to receive valuable training while receiving Unemployment Insurance Benefits by calling 800-436-6191.

Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA): Job seekers who have lost their job, or those who have seen a reduction in work hours due to foreign trade, make be eligible for benefits and services such as career counseling, training, trade readjustment allowances and re-employment trade adjustment assistance. Call the Central Trade Act Hotline at 1-877-639-7700 or visit

Self-Employment Assistance Program: The Self-Employment Assistance Program helps eligible unemployed workers establish a business while receiving unemployment insurance benefits.  For eligibility inquires, call your local WorkSource center and ask for a Self-Employment Assistance Program representative. 

Veteran’s Services: WorkSource Oregon has specialized staff to answer questions about your military benefits and assist you with a variety of services, including job placement, training, and referral to support services. Call your local WorkSource center to speak with a veteran’s representative for more information.

Labor Market Information: Oregon’s Labor Market Information System provides current employment data, specialized reports, and current job listings. The Jobs & Careers tab will enable you to find wages, projected job growth, and job openings for more than 700 occupations. Visit for more information.

Oregon Relay Service: The Oregon Relay Service allows for deaf and hard of hearing customers to speak directly to standard telephone users. Simply call 711 to be connected to a representative.

​​Workforce and Talent Development Board (WTDB): The Workforce and Talent Development Board is the Governor’s core advisor for the interconnection and alignment of education, training, and workforce development in order to realize equitable prosperity for all. Visit for data and reports.