Employment provides the opportunity to participate as a member of a community. Easter Seals Nevada job training and employment services help people with disabilities learn skills to successfully enter the workforce, or to return to work after an illness or injury. Not only do employees benefit from the satisfaction of having a job, but businesses also gain from their contributions.
Easter Seals Nevada provides Employment Training for people with disabilities
The unemployment rate among people with disabilities remains at an alarmingly high level. At Easter Seals Nevada, we are proud to be making a significant contribution to improving the work climate for Nevadans with disabilities by offering a broad range of opportunities to learn valuable work skills and earn real wages.
On-site training is performed at Craig-Losee Community Work Site
The Easter Seals Nevada Craig-Losee community work site is our largest single work site, employing some 150 trainees with disabilities and occupying 14,000 square feet in an industrial park just off I-15 and Craig Road in North Las Vegas. Program participants receive wages for work accomplished, utilizing skills acquired in vocational training. Trainees at the Craig-Losee work site perform a vast array of contract services for a growing number of local manufacturers:
Off-site training is performed at Community Work Sites throughout Las Vegas
Smaller groups of paid trainees work under the instruction and supervision of Easter Seals Nevada human service professionals at a variety of local businesses throughout the Las Vegas area, including Nevada Power and the Community College of Nevada. Trainees have numerous occupational choices in a variety of settings, including:
Whenever possible Easter Seals Nevada trainees move into regular full-time employment with these businesses, earning competitive wages and receiving benefits such as health insurance. For more information, call (702) 677-3584 or contact us by e-mail.
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