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Online Census Training (English)

Community Event
Learn how to fill out the census and why it is important to do so.
Available Online

Join Open Signal's free online Census training to learn about its influence and connection to Oregon's budget, governmental programs, Congress and more.

Open Signal has partnered with the We Count Oregon campaign to become a Census Assistant Center.

Being counted in the 2020 Census directly correlates to political representation and access to resources, especially for the members of our community in the “hard to count” category. These are groups of people who are historically underfunded and marginalized; these include people of color, recent immigrants, children under 5, renters and low-income households, among others.

Oregon will also receive about $3,200 per person counted for the next ten years - meaning that $675 billion could directly support programs like Medicare, Medicaid, SNAP, Roads, schools, hospitals, unemployment, programs for seniors and veterans.

Join our Census Assistance Liaison, Rebeca Gonzalez, in this free online workshop going over the 2020 Census and how filling it out could assist Oregonians' access to resources for years to come.

Take the Census:
2020census.gov