Research companies, the products and technologies they produce, and the markets in which they compete. Results include summaries and full text from business and trade journals, industry newsletters, newspapers, market research studies, news releases, and investment and brokerage firm reports.
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Find printable legal form templates and examples on a variety of topics, legal, business, and other letter templates, definitions for an extensive list of legal terms, a law digest with encyclopedic articles on legal topics, and a national attorney practice directory.
Find everything you need to research the world of literature: biographies, bibliographies, critical analyses, essays, poems, primary sources, and more for authors both historical and current.
Search full-text reference books on a variety of topics or read entire travel guidebooks without leaving your computer.
Access online tutorials for computer basics, office software, job hunting skills, money management, social media, online security and more. Find your specific area of interest under one of these headings: Technology Basics, Living in the Online World, Microsoft Office, Essential Skills, and Work & Career. Follow these links for practice using a mouse or to learn about email. Most tutorials also available in Spanish.
Research a variety of reference works and indices for Oregon and other Pacific Northwest locations.
Read answers from the Federal Government to your basic health insurance questions. Find out what penalties may be incurred for failing to obtain coverage.
Find scholarships for your education based on your location, major, gender, ethnicity, or even application type.
Get reading ideas by author or genre and read reviews by your fellow readers around the globe. You can even join Good Reads and write your own reviews.
Use this free, local job search and referral program to help you find a job outside Goodwill that fits your needs and abilities. You can also find English and citizenship classes in the Portland/Southwest Washington area.
Gorge Grown Food Network is a citizens' and farmers' initiative working to build a regional food system in the rural Columbia River Gorge region of Oregon and Washington.
Find and apply for Federal grants across 26 grant making agencies.
Find online grant writing training, articles, reports and data, search for funders, and more.
Read about emerging green technologies and issues on the environment and sustainability.