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150+ Participants Registered for Expungement, to Attend Saturday, September 24, 2022 Clean Slate Clackamas Resource & Career Fair at Clackamas Community College - 09/22/22

Oregon City, Oregon – September 22, 2022: In partnership with National Expungement Works (N.E.W), Clean Slate Clackamas, Clackamas Workforce Partnership, Clackamas Community College, and Children’s Family Community Connections (CFCC), organizations are hosting a full day Career and Resources Fair specifically geared towards the 2nd Chance communities in Clackamas County September 24, 2022. 150 participants are scheduled for expungement as part of this one day event in celebration of National Expungement Week.

Event Information & Location

Date: September 24, 2022               

Time: 9:00am – 4:00pm 

Location: Clackamas Community College Oregon City Campus, Gregory Forum

Jobs Fair Participants: Vigor, WARN Industries, Bridges to Change, Kroger, Republic Services, Roofline Supply & Delivery, Pavement Maintenance Inc., Retail Odyssey, DPI Staffing and MORE!

Resources Available: Clackamas County Social Services, Need 4 Narcan, Clackamas County Early Learning Hub, Fourth Dimension, Clackamas Community College Workforce Development Services, WIC & Nurse Home Visiting, Substance Use Prevention (Naloxone Kits & Medication Lock Boxes), Clackamas Safe and Strong, Bloomin’ Boutique, Mental Health Association of Oregon, C-TEC Youth Services. Feed the Mass will be providing food to participants attending the Clean Slate Clackamas Fair free of charge.

With over 10 employers and 20 additional community resources available, this daylong event will bring increased access to resources and employment opportunities specifically geared to job seekers and their families who have been involved in the justice system. The free expungement clinic will provide an opportunity to for qualifying participants to apply for criminal expungement, youth/juvenile expungements, SB 819 applications, fine forgiveness referrals and more. Registration to the expungement clinic is required at, the career and resources fair is open to the general public. 

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