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Information for Partners & Prospective Partners

GO HERC welcomes partnerships with a variety of Oregon and Washington organizations.

Who can qualify as a GO HERC partner?

  • Non-Profits
  • City, County, State Government
  • Corporations
  • Small Businesses

Partners may post jobs, receive discounts, and otherwise enjoy the other benefits of the HERC community. 

Email the GO HERC Director or call 503.494.3893 to discuss how your organization and GO HERC can work together.

Geographic Region

Greater Oregon HERC includes Oregon and southern Washington.

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