Easterseals Workforce Development Services

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We know that employment is more than a job; it’s the opportunity to participate as a member of the community. That’s why our workforce development services are tailored to prepare people with disabilities find and keep a job through services like career exploration, job search assistance, job placement, and coaching.

If you’re a person with a disability or someone looking to reenter the workforce after an illness or injury, please reach out to your local Easterseals or contact our national office for more information.

In the meantime, check out some of our employment service:

Employment Planning

Employment planning services help job seekers with career exploration and development, information about employment opportunities within a community and the skills; education and training needed to meet individual employment goals.

Job Placement Competitive Employment

Easterseals job placement competitive employment services help people find and keep employment consistent with their employment goals. Vocational counseling, job seeking skills, adaptive needs assessment, case management services, and job development are just some examples of the menu of services that might be used to assist you to find a job.

School-to-Work Transition Services

Easterseals' school-to-work transition services assist youth with disabilities in their transition from school to the workplace through a range of employment and education-based services, including academic preparation, social, life and job skills training, job exploration and development, employment coaching and placement.

Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP)

Easterseals Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) is a job training and placement program that matches quality older workers with employers who value what they have to offer.

Supported Employment

Easterseals supported employment services are designed to help individuals secure and be trained in jobs they choose while assisting employers strengthen workforce diversity. Both the job seeker and the employer receive the assistance of an Easterseals job coach to provide support during the initial training period. The job coach remains available to both the persons with a disability and the employer for assistance if issues or concerns arise.

Who Might Access These Services?

Anyone who has established employment goals and a clear picture of the type of work that they would like to secure would want to access employment services. Easterseals staff, along with your support network, would determine the type of service you need. There are many options for approaching employment and Easterseals will help you select the one that will best meet your individual circumstances. Easterseals can help you determine what might work for you in reaching your employment goals.

Contact Easterseals to learn more about Easterseals Workforce Development services in your area.

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