For Job Seekers

For Job Seekers

Imagine Possibilities works with a variety of employers throughout Washington County!

We have an excellent track record of helping people with all abilities with their desire for long-term successful employment.

We have more than 45 years of expertise providing services to hundreds of individuals.  Let our experience and resources inspire and assist you to achieve your employment goals.

To begin your journey with Imagine Possibilities contact or call 503-649-6110 and ask for Christina Wallace.


The Employment program at Imagine Possibilities helps businesses hire and train qualified job seekers with disabilities. Imagine Possibilities matches businesses’ needs with qualified job seekers and assists with employee training and retention. Supported Employment is an important part of Imagine Possibilities’ belief: true independence and choice in life comes from connections, families, friends, and places that are important to us!

Developing Career Goals

  • Explore job preferences and interests
  • Develop an individualized career plan
  • Help write a resume and polish interview skills
  • Assist with benefits counseling

Making the Match

  • Introduce the employee to the potential business
  • Create a career Portfolio
  • Assist with the interview

On-site Training & Orientation

  • Dress for success
  • Work with the employee to ensure there is a thorough understanding of the new position
  • Assist with tailoring the job to reflect the skills and assets of the employee

Ongoing Support

  • Continue to provide assistance as needed
  • Assist with ongoing career goals

Who is Eligible?

  • Individual with a disability
  • Desire to work
  • Access to Transportation (i.e. Metro, Access, rides, etc.)
  • An active Vocational Rehabilitation Referral

What is the Next Step?

  • Contact us to discuss services and ask questions
  • Schedule a meeting and informational tour with Imagine Possibilities
  • Complete an intake form


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Oregon Vocational Rehabilitation: