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    CV Template for Programs (Almost 1 Pager)

    Here it is. Print using "legal paper" and it will fit on 1 page otherwise (there is just a little bit on the back side). Make sure you personalize it (take out my name please) and make sure it fits what you are doing.
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    Download: 2020 COVID Sept 1 State Required Plan .docx

    Check out the DUNS and EIDL Videos!

    Check out this short video (it's a fast and dirty walk through of how to first search to find out if you have a DUNS number -- if you have one, you will get an email within a few minutes -- and then either update (if needed) or if you don't have one you can start a new one). 88 Our short video: https://recordings.join.
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    Download: LOAN AUTHORIZATION AND AGREEMENT (1).pdf


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  • We are working to change the child care discussion
    Updated On: Jun 17, 2017

    On Sept. 16, America celebrated "Working Parents Day" nationwide. When it comes to working parents and child care, our union is working hard to change the often-expressed sentiment that "child care is too expensive" to "wages are too low for working families to afford child care."  

    State child care agency head Megan Irwin said just that during a Sept. 15 appearance on OPB Radio's "Think Out Loud" talk show. The show devoted about 25 minutes to the general topic of child care in Oregon. Council 75 Political Coordinator Eva Rippeteau, who covers child care issues at the Legislature, conferred with Irwin on messaging for the program.

    OPB is interested in having a Local 132 provider as guest in the future as a follow-up; we will be sure to let you know when that happens!

    Listen to the "Think Out Loud" child care segment here.


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