Lane Workforce Partnership

About Us: Lane Workforce Partnership (LWP) is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit and one of Oregon’s nine local workforce development boards. As the designated local Workforce Development Board for Lane County, Oregon, LWP funds and delivers programs that empower job seekers and meet the workforce needs of local employers through a network of partners, including employers, labor groups, government, educational institutions, community-based organizations, and economic development.

MISSION: To meet the workforce needs of employers and individuals through partnerships and innovation.

VISION: Lane County will have a trained workforce and individuals will have the knowledge and skills for career success.

ROLE: Catalyzer, Convener, Analyzer, Broker, Community Voice, Capacity Builder/Investor


  • Increase Awareness and Use of the Workforce System.
  • Embrace Accountability to workers and Business Through a Culture of Transparency.
  • Create Strategic Alignment and Innovative Collaboration Among Partners.
  • Advance Equitable Prosperity Through An Inclusive Workforce, Overcoming Barriers To Participation

Building a Strong Workforce

Adult Services

In partnership with community organizations, Lane Workforce Partnership offers targeted employment services to empower eligible adult job seekers in identifying or reestablishing successful career paths. WorkSource Oregon provides a range of employment services, including career assessment, job training programs, and job search support for both unemployed individuals and those currently in the workforce. 

WorkSource Oregon Lane: 2510 Oakmont Way, Eugene, OR, 97401

Phone: 541-686-7601

Hours of Operation: 8:30am – 12:00pm, 1:00pm – 5:00pm Monday – Friday

For assistance with job searches, training programs, or business-specific services, call 541-686-7985 to speak with a Career Advisor.

Learn more about the services and resources available at WorkSource Oregon


Youth Services

Connected Lane County aims to improve outcomes for underserved youth/young adults in Lane County. Collaborating with Lane County school districts, industry partners, and community organizations, they create opportunities and prepare youth for life beyond high school. They focus on bridging gaps, changing systems, and creating safe spaces to help youth succeed. 


  • Spark on 7th: 22 West 7th Ave., Eugene, OR
  • Spark at Booth Kelly: 303 S 5th Street, Ste, 150, Springfield, OR

Phone: 541-654-4095

Drop-In Services (Booth Kelly): Support in resume building, interview practice, career mentorship employment assistance, housing and healthcare resources, college research, and financial aid applications. 

Drop-in services schedule