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The Eastern Oregon Workforce Board convened healthcare organizations in Malheur and Harney County on Monday, August 17, 2020 and identified priorities for healthcare industry growth in southeast Oregon. Now that priorities have been identified, they will be shared with our community partners who will come together and support efforts to address the top priorities. The first meetings of community partners took place on September 10. Registration Page. View the Summary of Healthcare Priorities.

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sector partnerships

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Sector Partnerships are industry-led collaborations of businesses dedicated to strengthening their sector in the local area. Click here to view a short (3 min.) video introducing what sector partnerships are and how they help businesses.


Click on the video to the right (4 min, 45 sec) to see a three minute video on how sector partnerships help businesses in Lane County Oregon.

southeast oregon healthcare partnership

The Eastern Oregon Workforce Board will be convening manufacturing businesses in Malheur County in September. Please contact us for more information!

This will be a scheduled work session held in response to those companies that indicated a desire to work together to strengthen manufacturing within Malheur County. At the completion of the work session, an action plan will be drafted which identifies priorities for growth of the manufacturing industry in Malheur County based on decisions made by our local companies. Once priorities are determined, they will be shared with our community partners who will come together and support efforts to address manufacturing priorities for sector success and growth.

Back in 2016, Eastern Oregon's Manufacturing Partnership facilitated the creation of videos introducing careers in manufacturing in response to the  Partnership designating youth outreach as a priority for business growth.

(541) 963-3693

1901 Adams Avenue PO Box 933 La Grande OR 97850 us

*NEW* malheur county manufacturing partnership