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"My biggest success with OCE would be our work through COVID 19. Keeping the facility clean and running to get everything done for the hospitals that depend on us was a proud moment for me. We mattered to the public even if they didnt know it."

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"This will help me tremendously as I transition back into the community. It not only gives me a fresh start, but it sets me up for success so I dont end up back in prison. I feel this job placement program would benefit any AICs who choose to take advantage of it."

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Hear from OCE Program participant Todd Bailey as he talks about his time in OCE Programs, the skills he learned, and how it has helped him prepare for life after his release.

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"A new partnership between Oregon Corrections Enterprises, Oregon Department of Corrections, and Pacific Pine Products was celebrated Tuesday, April 2 with a lunch at Pacific Pine and Attendance by representatives from the partner agencies." - Lake County Examiner

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"This work program has been great for me because it keeps me busy and keeps me used to a 40 hour work week. I stay in contact with the outside world. It has kept a great work ethic in me."

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Did you know that laundry chemical barrels weigh over 600 hundred pounds? Workers have to transport these drums on a dolly, make sharp turns and have another worker catch them when they reach the top of the ramp to keep the barrel from tipping. The chemicals are rated "Extreme Danger" in the SDS.

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Oregon Corrections Enterprises (OCE) is honored to be selected by the Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC) to facilitate work release partnerships.

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In this video, Russell shares his unique journey and the transformative role of OCE programs in bridging the gap between life inside and outside prison. Discover how these initiatives offer more than just employment opportunities -they provide a powerful reminder of the real world and the possibility of a fresh start. Don't miss Russell's inspiring story of change, resilience, and hope for the future.

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Ronald Cleveland discusses his transformative experience working for Oregon Corrections Enterprises (OCE) during his incarceration, highlighting his seven-year journey from a call center to the Computer-Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) department. He emphasizes OCE's role in providing vocational training and professional development opportunities for incarcerated individuals, preparing them to re-enter society as contributing members. Ronald appreciates the unique, business-like work environment within OCE that contrasts with traditional prison settings, focusing on skill development and rehabilitation.

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"Theres a new pop of color in the woods surrounding Chemeketa Community College. Nestled in between the tall oak trees lining the main drive leading into the Salem campus, bright yellow baskets dot the landscape, inviting disc golf players to take a shot." - Rachel Alexander, Salem Reporter

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