On March 27, 2020, Kentucky’s Partnerships in Employment (PIE) project KentuckyWorks conducted an online seminar titled Supporting Students with Significant Disabilities in Finding Competitive Employment. The seminar highlighted the local level impact of a
Hawaii hosted its second annual Reverse Job Fair in conjunction with the National Disability Employment Awareness Month. THE RIGHT TALENT, RIGHT NOW event started with an employer event featuring First Lady of Hawaii
Over the course of the past five years, the Youth Employment Services (YES!) Center has provided high-impact technical assistance with Partnerships in Employment (PIE) state
Supports that young adults with serious mental health conditions need to succeed in school, training, or work
Prior research tells us that young adults (ages 16–25) with serious mental health conditions (SMHC) struggle to persist in their education, training, and employment pursuits.
Collaboration Leads to Successful Competitive Integrated Employment for Students and Youth with Disabilities
Ruth Allison, M.B.A – Senior Faculty Specialist at the University of Maryland and a Technical Assistance provider for the National Technical Assistance Center on Transition: