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Incight’s JobsNow hosting the Portland Job Fair on March 20th for jobseekers with disabilities

Graphic of JobsNow Job Fair flyer

Above: A graphic of the JobsNow March 20th Job Fair flyer.

Incight’s JobsNow hosting the Portland Job Fair
on March 20th for jobseekers with disabilities

Incight is currently offering a high-energy, results-oriented Job Fair on Tuesday, March 20, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Mittleman Jewish Community Center, 6651 S.W. Capitol Highway. JobsNow will offer great resources to job seekers looking to find a job or advance their career.

Participants will learn:

  • How to pitch yourself to employers
  • Application and resume best practices
  • How to maximize your job fair experience

These events are open to every person, regardless of ability, education or field of interest. There is a brief training session with job seekers before the fair to promote successful employer interaction. Also offered are employer- and public-partner-designed seminars during the event that teach resume writing, interviewing skills, internship application and more.

Register to attend and see employers at or call 971-244-0305. More information about Incight is available at

Since 2004, INCIGHT has successfully assisted people in their search for sustainable employment. INCIGHT promotes inclusion in the workplace and partners with businesses and the community to connect skilled and talented candidates with employers that are interested in diversifying their workforce.

JobsNow is an exciting new initiative powered by INCIGHT. INCIGHT and JobsNow offer high-energy employment programs that achieve exceptional results for candidates and employers. Joblessness and long-term unemployment is detrimental to the individual, the family and society. A job provides a person with hope, purpose and resources. The programs instill empowerment and expectation that helps people explore careers and find a rewarding job.