"The Associates" Leadership Program
Application for the 2017/2018 Associates Program to be announced soon.
Deadline for submission will be later this summer. Please stay tuned.
Leadership & Management
Improve the local federal workforce by providing critical training opportunities and learning experiences.
For a complete schedule of training opportunities, please check our calendar of events.
The Associates Program
Below you will find a brief overview, guidebook, and projects for our dynamic twelve month leadership development program!
The Oregon Federal Executive Board Associates Program Overview
Associates Program Guidebook
The B.I.G.G. Idea: Bridging Informational Generation Gaps Summary
The B.I.G.G. Idea: Bridging Informational Generation Gaps Final Report
STEM Initiative Summary
STEM Initiative Final Report
Cascadia Subduction Zone Earthquake Preparedness Summary
Cascadia Subduction Zone Earthquake Preparedness Final Report
Graduating Class - 2016 Oregon FEB Associates Program
Oregon FEB Leadership Development Video Series
The Oregon Federal Executive Board is proud to bring you our Leadership Development Video Series. This program, designed for new to mid-level federal managers or those interested in management, features local leaders from federal agencies who share their insight into how they pursued their career path and the primary challenges they have faced. Each is about 30 minutes in length.
Farley Howell, Oregon FEB Acting Executive Director, interviews the following federal employees about their career paths and challenges:
Steve Bird, Transportation Security Inspector for the Compliance Division with the Transportation Security Administration, Oregon & SW Washington
Mary Stirneman, Operations Research Analyst, Flight Safety at the Federal Aviation Administration, Portland Office
Robert Hoffman, Technical Research Branch Chief, Engineering and Construction Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Portland District
Daniel Wilsey, Regional Export Division Development Officer, Small Business Administration, Portland Office
Aaron Eklund, Civil Engineer, Bureau of Land Management, Portland