southeast oregon

healthcare partnership

our role

Our Board of Directors and our Local Leadership Team meet quarterly. Find out when upcoming meetings are.

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Please check out EOWB's WorkSource Center page to learn more about the Eastern Oregon centers and our partners.



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The EOWB's role is to develop a strategic plan and set funding priorities for the eight county Eastern Oregon area of Baker, Grant, Harney, Malheur, Morrow, Umatilla, Union and Wallowa counties.

We are your link to the public workforce system. As one of its many functions, the EOWB facilitates partnerships between local businesses with similar workforce needs.

Our contracted service provider, the Training and Employment Consortium (TEC), provides training and employment services from Eastern Oregon WorkSource Centers:


The EOWB is supporting Eastern Oregon businesses through sector partnerships and other projects..



WorkSource Eastern Oregon



Do you have an amazing project that aligns with the Eastern Oregon Workforce Board's vision, mission and goals?


If so, please complete the online application to request financial assistance for your project.

​​We have compiled resources as we learn about them  to help you or your business find support during the pandemic.

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The Eastern Oregon Workforce Board will be convening healthcare organizations in Malheur and Harney County on Monday, August 17, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. MDT/8:00 a.m. PDT. Register now or contact us for more information!

This is scheduled as a work session being held in response to those organizations that indicated a desire to work together to strengthen healthcare within Malheur and Harney counties. At the completion of the work session, an action plan will be drafted which identifies priorities for growth of the healthcare industry in southeast Oregon based on decisions made by our local healthcare experts! Once priorities are determined, they will be shared with our community partners who will come together and support efforts to address healthcare priorities. LEARN MORE ABOUT SECTOR PARTNERSHIPS