The new Go! LEAD program (PDF) is Heart of Oregon’s virtual adaptation of outdoor, conservation job-skills training for young people experiencing disabilities. The summertime, in-person Camp LEAD program could not happen this past year, so HOC and VR partnered to create something that would engage students in a similar way and give an introduction to careers in natural resources, recreation on public lands, and job safety. 

During the IGA Amendment process preparing for funding YTP sites for the 2021-2023 biennium, we have received many great questions from sites across Oregon. Please take a moment to review these questions in the attached document to see if they can be helpful to your YTP team as they prepare their IGA amendment documents for submission. Reach out to your UO Technical Assistance Provider if you have any additional questions.
2021-2023 YTP IGA Amendment Q&A

21-23 YTP IGA Amendment details and directions are now avaiable. We look forward to our continued partnership with you!

A recent article by David Test, PhD and Catherine Fowler, PhD takes a critical look at Transition and Data Collection. Click on the link below to access the full article.

The MI Basic training program consists of a three-day introduction to the core processes and skills utilized in MI followed by a month of time to practice those skills.  The training is completed with a one-day training to consolidate the learning and make plans for future skill development. Learners are encouraged from the start to assume responsibility for their learning and to become better stewards of their skills and their practice.

Users of the YTP Database should be aware that system updates and maintenance take place on Thursday afternoons between approximately 3:00 p.m-5:00 pm (Pacific Time). Users may experience a "page not found" or "system error" message during this period. If you have problems with the Database outside of these time parameters, please check with your YTP Technical Assistance Provider (TAP).