CHNW is Named Best Nonprofit 3 Years in a Row

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CHNW is Named Best Nonprofit 3 Years in a Row

We are very honored and humbled to be placed in the top 100 Best Non-Profits to work for in Oregon for the third year in a row. What makes CHNW such a great place to work, is that all levels of our organization, our staff and leadership embody our core values which are collaboration, autonomy […]

Meet Dave Garnand, Executive Director of CHNW

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Meet Dave Garnand, Executive Director of CHNW

Meet Dave Garnand, Executive Director of CHNW As Dave is celebrating a 7-year workiversary, we took some time to ask about his experience as the Executive Director of CHNW. Dave has been an organizational leader for more than 20 years, bringing to CHNW his penchant for shepherding diverse groups to achieve successful outcomes.  The Board […]

Resident Spotlight: Meet Jeanne

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Resident Spotlight: Meet Jeanne

Throughout the Resident Spotlight Series, we highlight CHNW residents to get to know them a little better and learn about their experience at CHNW. Tell us a little about yourself…. My name is Jeanne and I’m originally from Hong Kong, I graduated from PSU in 2015 with a Bachelor’s in Psychology. I worked as a […]

CHNW Offers Below Market Rental Prices

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CHNW Offers Below Market Rental Prices

CHNW Offers Below Market Rental Prices At CHNW, we are proud to have established ourselves as an organization that makes renting effortless. Our rental prices are kept below market value. No previous rental or credit history, guarantor, or income restriction is required.  We offer an easy experience to support those students who are signing their […]

Affordable Student Housing Project: The Amy

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Affordable Student Housing Project: The Amy

Affordable Student Housing Project: The Amy Portland’s rental market has doubled within the last several years, with vacancy rates remaining incredibly low. The average price of a studio apartment near Portland State campus is $1689 per month (including furniture, utilities, and Internet based on a market analysis performed by The Scion Group in February 2016). CHNW […]

Resident Spotlight: Meet Sukrut

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Resident Spotlight: Meet Sukrut

Throughout the Resident Spotlight Series, we highlight CHNW residents to get to know them a little better and learn about their experience at CHNW. Tell us a little about yourself. My name is Sukrut and I am originally from Mumbai, India. My dream is to become an electrical engineer in the semiconductor industry. How did […]

LED Lights Advantages for the Environment

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LED Lights Advantages for the Environment

Taking care of the environment is a responsibility that everyone should feel accountable for. Most of us are already aware of environmentally friendly processes such as recycling to minimize the amount of waste we produce to reduce our carbon footprint. However, most people are unaware of new and upcoming technologies that we can use to […]

Serving Students is our Commitment

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Serving Students is our Commitment

Serving Students is our Commitment – That mission runs deep through the entire CHNW organization. You can feel it when you meet our team members – from resident ambassadors to the Board of Directors. And you can see it in our professional experience and community involvement. CHNW is a horizontal organization, with little regard for […]

Resident Spotlight: Meet Sarah

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Resident Spotlight: Meet Sarah

Throughout the Resident Spotlight Series, we highlight CHNW residents to get to know them a little better and learn about their experience at CHNW.  Tell us a little about yourself? My name is Sarah and I’m from Ohio. My Masters was in Landscape Architecture so eventually, I’ll get a job in that field but until […]

CHNW Recognized Among Oregon 100 Best Nonprofits

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CHNW Recognized Among Oregon 100 Best Nonprofits

CHNW Recognized Among Oregon 100 Best Nonprofits Recognized and distinguished by Oregon Business, CHNW was ranked 10th in 100 Best Nonprofits to Work for in Oregon in 2016. The project attracted organizations from across the state, representing a variety of sectors, from social services to environmental advocacy. More than 5,000 employees and volunteers took part […]

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