The print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1977-1989, January 28, 1981, Page 8, Image 8

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Mental health council members needed
Complete Exhaust Center
We’ll beat any prtoe in town
on Exhaust work dohe here
8:00 AM TO 5:30 PM
The Clackamas County
Mental Health Council, a
governing board for mental
health activities throughout the
county, has council seats open.
The council is a governing
board that oversees community
services, consultation and
education, corrections, drug
programs, emergency services
and specialized services for the
mental health of the elderly.
They would like some input
from those in the 20-to-38-
year-old group who are in­
terested in social work.
The new council members
woUld be going to council
meetings, helping to govern
jXthe many programs and help-
ing with the input at the
Council meetings are on the
fourth Monday of every month
at Education Hall, Marylhurst
Education Center. For more in-
formation on the job that coul
launch a career in social worl
contact Nora Allred
829-8347, Murial Brockvan j
636-3985, dr the Ment,
Health Center at Marylhurst <
Vice Pres, position now open
The College’s Associated at the Student Activities office
Student Government is now We’ve had a few people app|
officially without a vice -presi­ already, but the position is b
dent. Neva Barker, who was no means closed
Barker did not register fo
the V.P. last term, has resigned
from the position after and ex­ school this term, and has at
tended no ASG meetings q
tended absence.
ASG President Eric Etzel functions. Late in December
said, “We are now taking ap­ Barker did accept a check fo
plications for the job. Anyone $150 from, the ASG. Th
who’s interested should apply money was to go toward he
tuition. “I’ve talked to Nevi
about it, and she’ll be billed h
the school,” said Etzel.
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Since registration began Jai
5 for the College’s Employ«
and Management Program, o
fered in conjunction with tl
new Clackamas Town Cent)
shopping mall, the respons
has been described as “tremei
dous.” i
Program Coordinator Man
Haley commented, “Of tl
600 anticipated applicants, 17
have already registered.”
The 20-hour program dea
with the principles of custom
relations, cashiering, salesmai
ship, and the procuring an
securing of jobs. The fee is $1
and classes are being held
Rowe Junior High i
Milwaukie. Classes beg<
Monday and will be repeat«
each week until Feb. 23. At
vance registration is required.
According to Haley, a m
jority of the merchants at tl
Clackamas Town Center a
quite supportive of the pt
gram. Students who satisfa
torily finish the course w
receive a certificate of comps
tion, which can be used u/hi
applying for work at one of tl
180 stores at the mall. The ne
Clackamas Town Cente
located near Sunnyside Roi
and 82nd Avenue, is schedi
ed to open March 1.
Clackamas Community College
“Although the course do
not guarantee jobs, it will pfl
vide training for those whoc
not have actual retail e
perience,” Haley said.
Instructors include Dav
Apple, customer service; Kai
Killin, cashier operation; R(
Feightner, salesmanship an
interviews; and Suzie Butler!
job readiness.
The College also has co
tracted for use of classroo
space at the Town Center. Tl
space will be used for class
other than the employee trail
ing program.