Those who meet Mushay today have trouble believing that she was once a shy teenager facing economic challenges and struggling in school. Now she's a college graduate who is paying it forward as a Workforce Development Specialist.
Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati is changing the way the world views and defines disability. We are breaking down barriers to employment for people with disabilities, people facing disadvantages, and veterans. We are committed to building a more diverse and inclusive workforce and community.
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Join us at Brighter Futures Celebration where we will honor three individuals who broke down barriers to employment, and name Kaivac Cleaning Systems as our 2017 Outstanding Community Partner for more than ten years of partnership in creating employment for the people we serve.
Participants in Easterseals’ workforce development program, an initiative designed to provide a supportive transition to community-based employment for people with disabilities, are part of a new partnership between Easterseals and the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden.
Brought to Easterseals through its merger with Jewish Vocational Services in 2012, Jan’s background in Special Education made work with people with disabilities an obvious fit. Then, when Easterseals created Veteran Services in 2014, Jan dove in with energy and dedication.
Public Media Connect, the regional public media partnership of CET in Cincinnati and ThinkTV in Dayton, received 5 Emmy Awards from the Ohio Valley Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, including one for a film featuring Easterseals' Karl Williams.
National initiative 1% for the Planet has announced the launch of SEED Ohio, a new way for people to easily and quickly give to the environment with tangible local impact. Easterseals' Building Value is the Cincinnati beneficiary, due to their success reducing landfill waste.
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