BRC Worker Re:training Program

Career & Technical Education Scholarships

Are you looking for a scholarship to help you level-up your career skills and salary in a year or less?
The Business Resource Center of South Clackamas County has partnered with Clackamas Community College (CCC) and is offering qualified students scholarships per quarter, to cover the cost for allowable CCC Career & Technical Education programming for the Spring, Summer & Fall 2024. This program will run through December 31, 2024 or until all funds have been allocated.
These scholarship awards are available to students residing in the following zip codes* and are listed in the CCC registration system: Gladstone (97027), Oregon City (97045), Beavercreek (97004), Canby (97013), Mollala (97038), Mulino (97042), Estacada (97023), Eagle Creek (97022), and Colton (97017). *This is the service area of the Business Resource Center of South Clackamas County.
Let’s get started! First you must register at CCC for their Career Pathway Program. This will count toward a CCC Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree to help you further your education, then fill out the scholarship form below for the Worker Re:Training Program. One of the BRC staff will reach out to you via email and confirm you have been accepted and will provide final details about that quarter's scholarship. We look forward to helping you elevate your future today!
For questions call 503-656-1619 or email brcadmin@oregoncity.org.

PLEASE NOTE:

Each student in the CTE Program must reapply every term for this scholarship and it is based on a fist come, first served basis until all funds have been allocated.

• The Business Recovery Center of South Clackamas County will not cover any expenditures if a student chooses to drop their course of choice. All of those costs will revert back to the student to pay.

• All scholarship funds to cover the quarterly CTE Programming will be paid directly to the Clackamas Community College. Students will not receive any money directly or have access to those funds.