Who's online

There are currently 0 users and 5 guests online.

Daily Digest

Digest for January 7, 2010

Digest Contents:

ASTD-Cascadia Networking
Wine Tasting and Fundraiser for Project Access NOW
Oregon Wild Film Screening - Lords of Nature
Pacific Northwest MBA Fair
Meet civic activists from 25 countries on 1/25
Mortgage Default Intake Orientation
Springboard Innovation Launches New Social Investing Conference in Portland, Oregon
Free women's health screenings still available for February- CALL NOW!
Oxfam Hunger Banquet honoring Martin Luther King Jr.
Job Opening
Public Policy Outreach Coordinator
Open Position: Executive Director for FOOD for Lane County
Position available with Janus Youth Programs, Inc.
Hiring an Art Director @ Bitch Media (publishers of Bitch Magazine)
Senior Business Systems Analyst
Senior Windows Systems Administrator
OMSI Evaluation and Visitor Studies Intern - Visitor Study Volunteer Coordinator
OMSI Human Resources Intern
Immigration Attorney for Victims of Human Trafficking and Domestic Violence
Part Time Bookkeeper
Foundation Manager
Bus Driver
Development Director
Receptionist/Program Assistant at Social Justice/Women's Organization
Temporary Program Coordinator
Habitat ReStore Manager
Job Opportunity - Spanish Speaking Resident Services Specialist
AmeriCorps members and friends
Upcoming Programs on Nonprofit Fundraising
NPO/NGO Online Mapping Workshop
Richmond Sustainability Commitee presents. . .Learn to Crochet!
Classes For People Healing from Cancer and/or Their Caregivers
Nonprofit Courses start this week.
Re: Holistic Health Brown Bag Seminars
"Living Well with Chronic Conditions" workshop starting on 5/13 in North Pdx
Stages of Change as a Journey Through Change: How the Hero's Journey and Best Practices Interface in Addiction
Free Community Workshops
Give the Gift of Empathy
Making an Impact: Interpretive Writing Workshop (DVPA)
Restoration at Whitaker Ponds!
re:Disability Art and Culture Project Seeking Volunteer Web Designer
Portland Fruit Tree Project announces expanded Fruit Tree Stewardship Program, and exciting new ways for you to get involved!
Tutor Immigrant and Refugee Youth
Madison SUN Needs a Breakdancing Instructor!
Madison SUN Needs Math Tutors on Mon/Wed!
Madison SUN Needs A Clothing Closet Coordinator!

Events

ASTD-Cascadia Networking

All workplace learning professionals are invited to share networking conversations and select from a menu designed to satisfy midwinter appetites. Come when you can, leave when you must!

Tuesday, January 12, 2010 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Gustav's German Pub and Grill 10350 SW Greenburg Rd. Tigard 97223 Free event, no-host food and beverages available Reservations required by 9 a.m. Monday morning, Jan. 11 to Margie Port, [email protected]

^Return to top

Wine Tasting and Fundraiser for Project Access NOW

Project Access NOW coordinates and supports a network of volunteer physicians and other healthcare providers who donate healthcare to low-income, uninsured people living in the Portland/Vancouver Metropolitan Area.  www.projectaccessnow.org

We have been "Connecting people to healthcare. Today." since March of 2008 and have served well over 2,000 people since then. 

^Return to top

Oregon Wild Film Screening - Lords of Nature

Top predators hold a key to life itself. Can people and predators coexist? Can we afford not to?

Join Oregon Wild and Green Fire Productions for an evening of film and discussion about wolves and other top predators in the West.

January 13 7:00 pm Hollywood Theatre, Portland

Tickets are just $7.00. Get your ticket here.

https://robot.boxofficetickets.com/800-494-TIXS/WebObjects/BOTx2005.woa/wa/inspectProgram?id=90155&passKey=c48739b43f&webWrapNC=1

^Return to top

Pacific Northwest MBA Fair

The PNW MBA Fair provides an opportunity for prospective MBA students to gain insight about MBA programs in the Pacific Northwest. Including: the value of an AACSB accredited program. how to choose an MBA program and navigating the MBA admission process. The event includes an information session, panel discussion and the chance to meet school representatives one-on-one.

DATE/TIME: Wednesday, January 13 - 6:00PM to 8:00PM

REGISTER: http://staff.washington.edu/thossain/index.htm

LOCATION: Portland State University, Smith Memorial Student Union (SMSU 328), Portland OR 97207

^Return to top

Meet civic activists from 25 countries on 1/25

Join fellow Young Professionals for drinks with civic activists from 25 countries!

^Return to top

Mortgage Default Intake Orientation

The Community Housing Resource Center will be holding a free Mortgage Default Workshop on Thursday, January 7th, from 5-6PM at the Center. This orientation is the first step in learning how to work with your lender and how the Center can assist you in getting help to resolve your mortgage issue. You need not be in default in order to attend or get help. This orientation is held every Tuesday and Thursday. No reservations are required. For information, contact 360-690-4496 X105.

^Return to top

Springboard Innovation Launches New Social Investing Conference in Portland, Oregon

Springboard Innovation Launches New Social Investing Conference in Portland, Oregon

Revisioning Value (ReVV 2010): The Intersection of Purpose and Profit April 26-27 2010

 

Portland, Oregon - Save the date for a compelling new conference that brings promising strategies from the global stage about how we can create and finance effective change organizations. “Delivering social change at scale will require more capital than philanthropy and public resources can provide.” - Rockefeller Foundation

 

^Return to top

Free women's health screenings still available for February- CALL NOW!

Please spread the word, we still have a limited number of slots available for February free Pap tests, pelvic exams and clinical breast exams through the Free Screening Program at the OHSU Center for Women’s Health. Our appointment lines for February are open today until slots are full.

For future reference: our phone lines for our free screening program open the first Wednesday of every month (for appointments the following month).

Please have anyone interested call: 503-346-1212

If the appointments are full, please have them try back the first Wednesday of February, or March, etc.

***Please note, these appointments are screening appointments only. Only Pap tests, pelvic exams, and clinical breast exams are offered.

^Return to top

Oxfam Hunger Banquet honoring Martin Luther King Jr.

“A day on, not a day off”

Sunnyside Environmental School is partnering with Doubletree Hotel this year to host their Annual Oxfam Hunger Banquet fundraiser on Monday, January 18, 2010, in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.

Please join us in raising funds and awareness about hunger, poverty and food security. Proceeds will go to the Oregon Food Bank and Oxfam.

Tickets are available for purchase at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/94625

Related non-profit organizations will be present to provide information on opportunities to serve and work towards helping end hunger and inequity in our community. Also attending will be special guest speaker, Metro Councilor Rex Burkholder.

WHEN: January 18, 2010. 3-6pm

^Return to top

Jobs & Internships

Job Opening

Good Sport Promotion is a fun, creative and energetic event management company that specializes in organizing fundraising events for non-profit organizations.

We seek talented people to join our team.

Our events include the Worst Day of the Year Ride, Reach the Beach, Cirque du Cycling (Mississippi Criterium), Portland Century and more.

We work with DoveLewis, American Lung Association, Hands on Greater Portland, Community Cycling Center, Bicycle Transportation Alliance, Oregon Garden, NW Sarcoma Foundation and may other admiral non-profit organizations.

INTERNSHIP OPENING INFO: GoodSportPromotion.com/jobs/

Cheers, Ayleen

-- Ayleen Crotty Good Sport Promotion | 971.221.7228 Coordinated Events | GoodSportPromotion.com

^Return to top

Information

organization:Oregon Food Bank
position summary:

PLEASE DO NO APPLY FROM THIS SITE. APPLY AT: www.oregonfoodbank.org. Closing date 1/15/10

Provide advocacy and community education for solutions to root causes of hunger and poverty. Organize, educate and train low-income people on how to effectively become involved in public policy issues. Develop and cultivate relationships with key community partners to create greater awareness and change. The public policy outreach coordinator is the grassroots organizing component of OFB advocacy. The person in this position works directly with the OFB director of advocacy and public policy advocates.

Full job description and application process located at www.oregonfoodbank.org

Salary / Pay Rate:Range starts at $32,582 per year

^Return to top

Open Position: Executive Director for FOOD for Lane County

Title:                            Executive Director

Status:                         Regular, Full time, exempt position

Salary range:               $74,000 - $92,000 annually DOE, plus benefits

 

BACKGROUND

^Return to top

Position available with Janus Youth Programs, Inc.

Special Education Coordinator - Our small, private, non-profit, relationship-based alternative school for students in 6th – 10th grades has an opening for a part-time Special Education Coordinator to write/monitor IEPs and provide push-in services to students classified as LD, ED, Asperger’s and OHI (for ADD/HD).  Many students come from dysfunctional homes or other at-risk situations and have been referred by area districts because they have not been successful in larger, public programs.  This position is 25 hours per week and requires a valid Oregon Teaching Certificate with Basic Handicapped Learners’ Endorsement (or similar license from another state and ability to transfer license to Oregon).

^Return to top

Hiring an Art Director @ Bitch Media (publishers of Bitch Magazine)

**NO EMAILS OR PHONE CALL INQUIRIES AT ALL!!**  (we mean it!) 

Job Title: Art Director 

Location: Portland, OR 

Job Purpose:  The Art Director is responsible for creating and maintaining a cohesive look and feel for the Bitch Media brand, which includes the magazine Bitch: Feminist Response to Pop Culture, as well as a growing series of multimedia projects and programs. The ideal candidate is an innovative designer with an interest in pop culture and the desire to work with a nonprofit multimedia organization that values good design and a sense of wit. The Art Director reports to Bitch Media’s Executive Director. 

Job Responsibilities: 

^Return to top

Information

organization:Multnomah County
position summary:

Multnomah County is a dynamic organization consisting of approximately 5,000 regular employees providing diverse services to various groups across the County and the community at large, such as libraries, social services, public safety (jail management), assessment and taxation and many others.

Salary / Pay Rate:$35.01 to $43.09 per hour depending on experience.

^Return to top

Information

organization:Multnomah County
position summary:

Mission Critical Systems (Windows)…..Are you up for the challenge?

Multnomah County is a dynamic organization consisting of approximately 5,000 regular employees providing diverse services to various groups across the County and the community at large, such as libraries, social services, public safety (jail management), assessment and taxation and many others.

Salary / Pay Rate:$38.28 to $47.06 per hour depending on experience.

^Return to top

Information

organization:Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI)
position summary:

The Evaluation and Visitor Studies Department of the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) is seeking a motivated individual to serve as the Visitor Study Volunteer Coordinator for the WAVES (Water Avenue Visitor Experience Study) project this winter and spring. The project involves surveying visitors to learn more about their impressions of their OMSI visit(s). Information gathered from the surveys helps inform OMSI staff on how to enhance visitors’ experiences and develop business practices that benefit the community. This is an unpaid position which offer the successful candidate the opportunity to be involved with data collection and analysis at a major non-profit organization.

Salary / Pay Rate:Unpaid

^Return to top

Information

organization:Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI)
position summary:

The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) is seeking a Human Resources Intern. This is an unpaid position which offers the successful candidate a unique opportunity to be involved in human resources at a major non-profit. Applications for this position are being accepted immediately, and the position will remain open until filled.

Position Summary: This internship position will aid the Human Resources staff in balancing the museum's strategic objectives with the everyday needs of the staff. The Human Resources intern will manage specific projects, conduct and present research and assist with general office duties in the Human Resources Department as needed.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Salary / Pay Rate:Unpaid

^Return to top

Immigration Attorney for Victims of Human Trafficking and Domestic Violence

Outreach and Support to Special Immigrant Populations (OSSIP) is a comprehensive assistance program for survivors of human trafficking. OSSIP provides intensive case management and legal services, assisting survivors in obtaining the benefits to which they may be entitled under the Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000 (TVPA). The OSSIP legal team works closely with the OSSIP social service team to provide quality services to the clients in our care. Catholic Charities also has a program providing immigration legal services to victims of domestic violence (DV). Currently, this position is .5 OSSIP and .3 DV.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

OSSIP/DV:

1. The attorney will provide direct legal services to victims, which may include:

^Return to top

Information

organization:Community Food Security Coalition
position summary:

We are looking for a part-time bookkeeper (8-12 hours per week) to complement our administrative staff. The ideal candidate is well versed in non-profit accounting and Quickbooks Pro, has excellent inter-personal skills, and is highly detail oriented.

Salary / Pay Rate:$15-$25/hour, depending on experience.

^Return to top

Information

organization:Gresham-Barlow Education Foundation
position summary:

The Foundation Manager (Manager) is responsible for the ongoing operations and activity of the Gresham-Barlow Education Foundation. The Manager serves as liaison to the Board and all contract service providers. The Manager assists the Treasurer in overseeing the Foundation’s assets and business activity, including banking, investments, and risk management. The Manager is responsible for acknowledging all gifts. In consultation with the Board, the Manager plans and implements the Foundation’s events, public relations, grant making, and other pursuits. In addition to the responsibilities outlined below, the Manager may be asked to perform other duties as the Board may direct.

Contract period: July 1 to June 30

Salary / Pay Rate:$15-$18/hour

^Return to top

Information

organization:Neighborhood House
position summary:

Neighborhood House Southwest RideAbout Shuttle

Salary / Pay Rate:Starting Pay Range: $10.25-$12.20/hr.

^Return to top

Information

organization:WaterWatch of Oregon
position summary:

Leads fundraising efforts for WaterWatch, a non-profit river conservation organizaton with a budget of $400,000. Position includes leading membership, fundraising events, major donor campaign, working with the Board of Directors on various giving efforts and assisting the executive director in foundation giving and relationships.

Salary / Pay Rate:Negotiable depending upon experience and background

^Return to top

Receptionist/Program Assistant at Social Justice/Women's Organization

The Oregon Tradeswomen, Inc. (OTI) is seeking a Receptionist/ Program Assistant. 

This position will be a full time salary position with occasional evening and weekend hours, and some flexibility in schedule. The Receptionist/ Program Assistant would be an experienced, gracious and professional first point of contact for OTI’s public, and assist the Office Manager with program support and clerical tasks. This is a one-year temporary position with continuation contingent on funding. Salary is negotiable commensurate with experience.

 

A strong commitment to social justice and economic empowerment for women is essential. Join a great team that has fun doing what they believe in!

 

^Return to top

Temporary Program Coordinator

Metropolitan Family Service is always looking for qualified and dedicated employees committed to helping us strengthen the community. If you are looking for an opportunity to apply your skills and enthusiasm to help people in the Portland area, we would love to talk with you about our current opening listed below.

Because together, we can do more

Temporary Program Coordinator – Lynch View Elementary School - Full Time

^Return to top

Habitat ReStore Manager

Position: ReStore Manager

Portland Habitat for Humanity ReStore, Portland Oregon

The Portland ReStore is one of two stores operated collaboratively by the Habitat for Humanity (Habitat) affiliates of the Portland/Vancouver metro areas. These stores are part of a fast growing nationwide collective of Habitat ReStores. ReStores raise funds for Habitat for Humanity by collecting donated building materials, appliances, furniture and other home improvement products and selling these items to the public at prices well below retail.

^Return to top

Job Opportunity - Spanish Speaking Resident Services Specialist

Job Announcement - Spanish Speaking Resident Services Specialist

SUMMARY

^Return to top

Nonprofit News

AmeriCorps members and friends

It is possible to use the AmeriCorps Education Award to pay for an INPM class. --

Sharon Hasenjaeger Assistant Director Institute for Nonprofit Management Portland State University Tel: (503) 725-8221 Fax: (503) 725-8045 [email protected] www.inpm.pdx.edu for information on INPM’s nonprofit courses and events

^Return to top

Q & A

There are currently no Q & A posts.

^Return to top

Trainings

Upcoming Programs on Nonprofit Fundraising

Willamette Valley Development Officers (WVDO) offers programs for individuals fundraising for nonprofits. Whether you're a professional fundraiser, volunteer, board member or executive director, programs are available to help you learn more.

Check out details and registration information for these events at: www.wvdo-or.org

Upcoming Events:

January 12: Beyond Google: Quick and Easy Prospect Research Tricks for Development Officers. Development Series with Nonprofit Network of SW Washington in Vancouver, WA

January 14: WVDO Member Affinity Group: Grant Writing. Free event for members; registration required

January 21: Your Annual Development Plan. Part of Third Thursday Series sponsored by First Independent Bank.

^Return to top

NPO/NGO Online Mapping Workshop

WHEN: Tuesday, January 12th, 3 - 5pm

WHERE: TACS Conference Room, 1001 SE Water Ave, Suite 490, Portland OR 97214

NPOs and NGOs are using modern mapping technologies for a variety of purposes and projects from tracking endangered species to visualizing inter-agency response to an earthquake in Indonesia.

Join PDXTech4Good at a special workshop with mapping expert Jim Craner and Humaninet.

At this workshop, we'll take a deeper dive into mapping strategy and how you can integrate mapping and help use GIS technology to further your mission and cause. This will be divided into 2 groups: Beginner and Intermediate. More details to come but please RSVP if you're interested in getting those details.

^Return to top

Richmond Sustainability Commitee presents. . .Learn to Crochet!

Crocheting workshop! When: Saturday, January 9th from 3pm-5pm Where: Flying Cat Coffee Co., 3041 SE Division Street Free!

For RSC, a big part of 2010 is going to be a year of learning more about self-sufficiency and homesteading to move towards more local consumption. By fixing instead of purchasing new, by growing or making instead of purchasing something new made in a faraway place, we’re more connected to where things come from and waste less resources. Not to mention the pride of ownership in creating something with your own two hands!

Details:

^Return to top

Classes For People Healing from Cancer and/or Their Caregivers

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction for People Healing from Cancer and/or Their Caregivers has a few more openings for the 8-week session beginning January 19th. Classes are held Tuesdays from 1:15-3:15 at the OHSU Center for Health and Healing at the South Waterfront. Cost is $75 (reduced from $250 thanks to a generous donation). Some partial scholarships are available.

For more information about Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction and how it may benefit you, contact Katie Hennis at the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute, 503 494-4580, [email protected]

^Return to top

Nonprofit Courses start this week.

If you hurry, you can still sign up for one or more of our exciting nonprofit-related courses this term. For more info, go to http://www.inpm.pdx.edu/nonprofit-related-courses-winter-2010.

^Return to top

Re: Holistic Health Brown Bag Seminars

Holistic Health in Practice: Body Symptoms, Fulfillment, and Creativity with Katje Wagner, MS A 3-part brown bag series dedicated to holistic health: an everyday way of being as we encounter the real challenges in our lives and the possibilities they contain.

Messages in the Body Thursday, Jan 14, 12-1:30pm The body is a powerful source of information and guidance. We typically identify with certain parts of ourselves and marginalize others, although all parts exist and live on through our body symptoms. By believing in the value of these symptoms and the information they contain, we have the potential to get in touch with more of who we are.

^Return to top

"Living Well with Chronic Conditions" workshop starting on 5/13 in North Pdx

Living Well with Chronic Conditions: A FREE self-management program developed by Stanford University for people with Asthma, Diabetes, Heart Disease, Arthritis & other chronic health concerns. Ideal for people age 55+

^Return to top

^Return to top

Free Community Workshops

Please join us for these free estate planning classes covering health care directives(state and federal), guardianship, conservatorship, probate, powers of attorney, wills and living trusts. These workshops will be conducted by Richard B. Schneider, attorney and author, as part of the following community programs:

MON 01.11.10 6:30-7:45P Gresham GRESHAM LIBRARY THU 01.14.10 6:30-8P SW GARDEN HOME LIBRARY WED 01.27.10 7-8:30P Tualatin TUALATIN PUBLIC LIBRARY

Regards,

Devra Augusson Education & Public Affairs Coordinator

American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys LAW OFFICES OF RICHARD B. SCHNEIDER, LLC 2455 NW Marshall Street, Ste 11 Portland, OR 97210 www.rbsllc.com P: 503.241.1215 x 106 F: 503.241.1216

^Return to top

Give the Gift of Empathy

“The most precious gift we can offer others is our presence.  When mindfulness embraces those we love, they will bloom like flowers."                                                                               - Thich Nhat Hanh

This VALENTINE'S DAY give the  most precious gift we can offer others and ourselves.

E = Presence + Understanding + Compassion

^Return to top

Making an Impact: Interpretive Writing Workshop (DVPA)

Ignite emotion!  Garner funds!  Share your message!

 

The Directors of Volunteer Programs Association (DVPA) along with Volunteer Connections presents:

Making an Impact: Interpretive Writing Workshop

Thursday, January 28th, 2010

8:00am-4:30pm

Water Resources Education Center, Vancouver, Washington

 

Judy Fort Brenneman is a speaker and award-winning writer. Her passion is helping people tell their stories. Her work has helped companies and agencies define their vision, inspire their employees and volunteers, educate their audiences, and increase their sales.

 

Register before January 10th: DVPA Members: $95; Non-members: $110

Registration after January 10th: $120

^Return to top

Volunteering

Restoration at Whitaker Ponds!

Stewardship Saturday! January 9th from 9am-12pm Whitaker Ponds Nature Park 7040 NE 47th Ave, Portland 97217

Come join the Columbia Slough Watershed Council this Saturday for a morning of ecological restoration at Whitaker Ponds Nature Park. We will be planting native shrubs and wildflowers in the cottonwood understory as well as ridding the area of young holly seedlings. Dress for the weather and bring a friend. Snacks, drinks, gloves and tools will be provided. Please RSVP to Nathaniel Talbot at [email protected]

^Return to top

re:Disability Art and Culture Project Seeking Volunteer Web Designer

Disability Art and Culture Project (DACP) are currently seeking a volunteer to rethink our current website. We need a designer who has knowledge about how to make a web page easy to update and willing to teach us to add links, update content, change graphics and add resource pages. Our goal is to make DACP’s website brandable.  We want our website to be easy to navigate, our design aesthetically appealing, and accessible for all.

 

Who would be a good fit for this project? 

^Return to top

Portland Fruit Tree Project announces expanded Fruit Tree Stewardship Program, and exciting new ways for you to get involved!

Portland Fruit Tree Project announces expanded Fruit Tree Stewardship Program, and exciting new ways for you to get involved! Portland Fruit Tree Project (PFTP) is a non-profit organization that increases equitable access to healthy food and strengthens communities by empowering neighbors to share in the bounty and care of city-grown food resources. We register fruit and nut trees throughout the city, bring people together to harvest and distribute thousands of pounds of fresh fruit each year, and teach tree care and food preservation in hands-on workshops.www.portlandfruit.org 

^Return to top

Tutor Immigrant and Refugee Youth

The Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization (IRCO) is seeking adults who are passionate about working with both children and international populations to fill many positions in our after school youth programs.

Please visit www.irco.org/volunteer to learn more about how to get involved and contact Leah Benson, IRCO Volunteer Coordinator, with any questions at [email protected] or 503.234.1541 x 189.

^Return to top

Madison SUN Needs a Breakdancing Instructor!

Title of Volunteer Position: Breakdancing Instructor

Staff Supervisor: Lua Masumi, SUN Site Manager

Contact: [email protected] or (503) 916-5338

Background: Students come to the SUN Room and Sun classes to learn, have fun and grow. We have several students who are interested in learning breakdancing and we need a committed volunteer who wants to work with teens to teach them this new and exciting skill.

Timeframe: The Sun Program Offers three, eightweek program periods. Winter term begins Monday, Jan 11. Breakdancing class is Tuesdays from 3:15 to 5. The day may be flexible depending on the volunteer’s schedule.

^Return to top

Madison SUN Needs Math Tutors on Mon/Wed!

Title of Volunteer Position: TUTOR Contact: [email protected] (503) 916-5338

Staff Supervisor: Lua Masumi, SUN Site Manager

Background: Students come to the SUN Room and Sun classes to learn, have fun and grow. Unfortunately, many students struggle with barriers to academic success and need some extra help in their classes. We are especially in need of math tutors on Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:15-5pm starting Jan 11th and can also use tutors in other subjects M-Th. Timeframe: The Sun Program Offers three, eightweek program periods. Winter term begins Jan 11. The tutoring schedule is mon-thurs 3:15-5pm. Tutors should be able to attend at least one day a week.

^Return to top

Madison SUN Needs A Clothing Closet Coordinator!

Title of Volunteer Position: Clothing Closet Coordinator

Contact: [email protected] (503) 3916-5338

Staff Supervisor: Lua Masumi, SUN Site Manager at Madison High School Madison is located at 2735 NE 82nd Ave, Portland, OR

^Return to top

How do I signup?

  1. Create a new account
  2. Login
  3. Click on My subscriptions 
  4. Enjoy