COMTO

OREGON

​SW WASHINGTON

​CHAPTER


  • COMTO Week Awareness
    •  Date: November 14-18, 2016 
    • Venue: Various
      • Monday, Membership Meeting
      • Wednesday, Book Drive Kick Off, ends Dec 16th
      • Friday, Mix & Mingle


Looking ahead

Briana Lozada - TriMet Bus Maintenance

Numan Mujeeb - TriMet Facilities Management 

​​Sabina Shariff - TriMet Captial Projects Dev & Ops Support

Steve Witter - TriMet Capital Projects



Get involved... for information on how to help please visit 

A Story Like Mine

http://www.childrensbookbank.org/a-story-like-mine/

Books are most effective when they are relevant to children’s lives, but our current inventory of culturally diverse books is not nearly sufficient to meet the need of the wide diversity of children and families we serve.  To bridge the gap between the need for culturally diverse books and the lack of availability, we are launching “A Story Like Mine.” Your support of this project helps us make more culturally diverse books available for all of the children we serve. 

November 16 - December 16,  2016

Welcome New Members

Members Only

Congratulations to our 2016 scholarship recipient Joy Turner.  Joy is attending the University of Washington where she is working on her Master's Degree in Public Administration. Joy was the recipient of a $1000 OR/SW Washington COMTO chapter scholarship award.

Be sure to visit the National COMTO website for news on upcoming career and personal goal development opportunites.

The Oregon/SW Washington local chapter collected 489 books for the Portland area Children's Book Bank during the 2015 campaign... Let's beat that this year!

Scholarship Awards

​​​Giving Back