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The goal of the Diversity Partners project is to "repair the bridge" between labor supply and demand.
“I believe [Diversity Partners] is a really innovative, up-to-date and necessary/valuable approach to the work we do and our constituents!”
– Employment Specialist at Capabilities, Inc., a disability service provider.
Come join us for the following events:
JUNE 29 - JUNE 29, 2017 | ONLINE
JUNE 29, 2017 2:00PM EASTERN
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) has presented a new challenge to workforce development professionals: affirmatively recruit and offer services to more job seekers with disabilities. This webinar will highlight information from the Diversity Partners online modules that can help workforce development professionals achieve greater inclusion of job seekers with disabilities. Join Diversity Partners’ faculty Wendy Strobel Gower, and workforce development professionals Michelle Day of Frederick County, Maryland and Lanae Green of Region 16 in Burlington, Iowa to discuss the requirements of Section 188, and review strategies for building a more inclusive workforce development system at the local level.
1 credit hour of CRCs offeredTo register, visit http://register.yangtaninstitute.org/register/index.cfm?event=6341
Visit our archive page for recordings and downloadable materials from previous events