About Us

Qualifying for WorkSource Portland Metro’s TALENT LINK identifies you as a work-ready job seeker and enters you into a priority pool for job matching. It’s a way to demonstrate both your desire to work and your employability. And, it assures you’ll get priority consideration when WorkSource is looking for candidates for open positions.
  • For entry-level job candidates: TALENT LINK certifies that you have the basic work skills and competencies valued by local business across industries.
  • For experienced workers: TALENT LINK demonstrates your skills and commitment to finding work, and supports WorkSource staff’s efforts to find positions that match to your goals and experience.
  • For job seekers changing careers: TALENT LINK assures priority consideration for on-the-job training opportunities, and priority consideration for occupational training scholarships supporting healthcare, information technology and advanced manufacturing occupations.
Employers say that these are the elements they are looking for in qualified candidates:
  • Clear Career Objective
  • Strong iMatchSkills Profile
  • Competitive Resume
  • Core Employment Skills
  • Soft Skills Competency
  • Interview Readiness
Download the TALENT LINK Tool Kit and make your appointment with WorkSource staff today.
My WorkSource
My WorkSource allows users to manage a portfolio of employment related tools and activities. Explore this website and take advantage of a variety of online resources and interactive tools, and learn how WorkSource can help you.
  • View and sign-up for workshops to improve your skills.
  • Explore your employment and career goals.
  • Access online learning tools.
  • Access tools to improve and save your resumes and cover letters.
  • Search for jobs and maintain a job application log in your portfolio.
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    To place a free relay call in Oregon dial 711.  
    This program financed in whole or in part with funds provided by the U.S. Department of Labor.