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Oregon CIS is primarily delivered to student and adults through Oregon institutions. CIS has created unique tools to meet the needs of our users. For example, CIS includes specific components to help high school students document the diploma requirements.
CIS includes national and Oregon-specific information in 12 encyclopedic components, including financial aid and scholarships, self-employment, occupations, apprenticeships, and postsecondary schools. Our analysts ensure that the occupation and education information contained in CIS is the most up-to-date, accurate, and comprehensive national, state, and local information available. Analysts review and update all information every year and then carefully build links between components, creating a true system of information. CIS is the sole source of comprehensive education information for the state of Oregon.
CIS was built to remove barriers so that Oregonians can create accurate and actionable career and education plans. To gain an overview of the system or for demonstration access, contact us.
Some examples of information:
- Over 1,100 Oregon-specific scholarships updated annually.
- Details on every certificate-level program certified by the state.
- Details on every undergraduate and graduate program available in the United States.
- Highlighting and filtering of STEM occupations.
- Embeds Oregon-specific details, such as licensing requirements, Oregon Skills Sets, Career Learning Areas, Apprenticeships, etc., within larger state and national structures.
- 12 encyclopedias of information about occupations and education localized with Oregon data.
Oregon CIS provides on-call technical support during regular business hours, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Call or e-mail Customer and User Services staff for a fee quote or demonstration access.
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