Partners in Our Work

National

The Alternative Staffing Alliance is an alliance of alternative staffing organizations that use a temporary staffing business platform coupled with supportive services to help people with obstacles to employment enter and advance in the workforce. Alternative staffing organizations act as intermediaries between employers and job seekers, helping employers attract and retain reliable, motivated workers and linking job seekers to competitive employment, opportunities for skills development and pathways to hire by employer customers.

National

Disability:IN is a national non-profit with a vision of creating an inclusive global economy where people with disabilities participate fully and meaningfully. To achieve that vision, Disability:IN empowers businesses to achieve disability inclusion and equality. Galt is a proud Sapphire/Thought Leader partner.

Oklahoma

Oklahoma Community-Based Providers Inc. (OCP) is the Oklahoma state association for community agencies offering support and services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. They serve as a liaison between the state government and agencies, advocating for policy development and negotiation.

Oklahoma

Office of Management & Enterprise Services (OMES) is Oklahoma’s central finance agency, and the backbone of the state government. They provide property management, financing, human resources, and tech services for the state. They pride themselves in excellent service and continued improvement in supporting their partners.t

Oklahoma

Be a Neighbor is a valuable online resource offered by Oklahoma Human Services to strengthen collaboration and establish connections between Oklahomans in need with local non-profits, faith-based groups, tribes, and community organizations.

Oklahoma
Training

Work Ready Oklahoma (WRO), powered by Oklahoma Human Services, is dedicated to empowering Oklahomans toward self-sufficiency through comprehensive job preparedness and skill-building workshops. Participants begin their journey at one of 23 statewide centers, where they receive essential job training and develop key skills. Following this foundational phase, WRO facilitates connections to CareerTech and other educational institutions, enabling participants to pursue specialized training aligned with their career goals. Each participant benefits from the guidance of dedicated coaches who assist in personalized goal-setting and job placement, ensuring a pathway to stable and fulfilling careers. By enhancing the workforce and reducing dependence on government assistance, WRO is committed to fostering independence through robust, community-based support.

Oregon

Oregon Resource Association (ORA) is the professional membership association for providers of services to individuals with disabilities. As the hub of the disability community, they provide a collaborative platform that connects and empowers their members through learning, advocacy, resources and innovation.

Oregon
Training

Oregon Care Careers is a free career support service inspiring the best of Oregon’s workforce to start and grow a career in long-term care. Offering free career information, personalized career guidance and support, and training and resource connections, Oregon Care Careers helps Oregonians discover rewarding work and build meaningful careers in long-term care.

Oregon
Housing

West Valley Housing Authority is an independent, non-profit government agency that operates affordable housing programs for low-to-no income individuals and families within Polk County. The Housing Authority’s mission is to serve Polk County citizens by providing quality housing for those in need and to encourage their progress toward self-sufficiency.

Oregon
Workforce Network

Clackamas Workforce Partnership (CWP) is one of nine nonprofit workforce development boards serving the State of Oregon, and is an affiliate of the state’s public workforce system, WorkSource Oregon. CWP serves as the connective tissue between employers, industry representatives, trade and labor organizations, education and training providers, social/human service agencies, and local government, and works with these stakeholders to identify and address critical workforce challenges impacting jobseekers and employers in Clackamas County and the Portland Metro Area. CWP secures and invests federal, state, and private funding into training, education, and employer services that reflect the needs of jobseekers, communities, and employers in the region. These resources are available at no-cost through WorkSource Oregon – Clackamas (WSC), a “one stop shop” for jobseekers and employers.

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