Below is a non-exhaustive list of Portland-area organizations to help you get involved in your community. These organizations are not endorsed by the University of Oregon. If you have additional suggestions, please email email@example.com.
Architecture and Allied Arts Portland Student Council: A student group focused on connecting students in architecture, art and technology, product design, sports product design and historic preservation.
Sports Product Management Class of 2018 Committee: A Sports Product Management student group for the graduating class of 2018.
Sports Product Management Progress for Portland: A Sports Product Management student group focused on community service.
UO Portland Student Council: A student advisory group representing all Portland academic programs dedicated to creating a welcoming and inclusive community on the Portland campus.
Women of Sports Product Management: A Sports Product Management student group focused on empowering women.
Arab American Cultural Center of Oregon: preserves and promotes the heritage of Oregon’s diverse Arab-American community through programs and events.
Asia-focused Organizations: A curated list by Portland State University of local Asia-focused organizations.
Hispanic Metropolitan Chamber: increases the economic advancement of Latinos in Oregon and SW Washington.
Latino Network: transforms the lives of Latino youth, families, and communities.
Say Hey: honors professionals of color who have recently relocated to Oregon or SW Washington and helps them connect with our region’s multicultural community.
Urban League of Portland: empowers African Americans and other Oregonians to achieve equality in education, employment, and economic security.
Oregon Entrepreneurs Network: helps Oregon entrepreneurs start up and scale up by connecting them to peers and mentors, startup funding opportunities, and hands-on training.
Portland Business Alliance: advocates for commerce, building community, and supporting regional prosperity.
Technology Association of Oregon: A recognized leader in shaping, growing, and uniting technology and business communities.
American Marketing Association: connects professionals through professional development events, networking opportunities, and monthly luncheons.
Public Relations Society of America: supports lifelong professional development and honors excellence in public relations.
AIGA: A diverse group of individuals working to advance design as a professional craft, strategic advantage, and cultural force.
American Institute of Architects: The voice of the architectural profession and a resource for its members in service to society.
Architectural Heritage Center: inspires people to conserve the art, craft, and context of historic buildings and places to promote our cultural heritage as a vital element of livable, sustainable communities.
Multnomah Bar Association: A group of lawyers working for justice, service, professionalism, education, and leadership for their members and community.
Oregon State Bar: promotes respect for the rule of law, improves the quality of legal services, and increases access to justice.
Oregon Women Lawyers: transforms the practice of law and ensures justice and equality by advancing women and minorities in the legal profession.
Athletic and Outdoor Young Professionals: creates meaningful events and opportunities through education, networking, and mentorship.
Basic Rights Oregon: A political action committee with the goal of ending discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity.
LGBTQIA+: The UO Eugene campus staff support all students and help create inclusive communities.
Portland State University Queer Resource Center: provides students with support and community.
PQ Monthly: A monthly LGBTQ newspaper and website covering local Portland LGBTQ news and events.
Q Center: increases the visibility of and fosters connection within Portland’s Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Questioning (LGBTQ) community.