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Our dedicated business development managers are a valuable one-stop resource who can increase your awareness of the advantages of hiring people with disabilities. Learn how you can Put Ability to Work in your region today.
Truly advancing disability employment is about much more than just hiring; it is about creating a common ground of career opportunities and a continuum of inclusion.
In June 2018, Laura Williams, a graduate of WWRC's Manufacturing Technology Training program, began her career with ComSonics, a company that specializes in the design, manufacture, sales and repair of electronics and fiber optics. Learn how the program helped Laura gain the skills, training and credentials needed for a job in this high-demand industry sector.
CVS Health announces a collaboration with the National Consortium of State-Operated Comprehensive Rehabilitation Centers, on which WWRC Director Rick Sizemore is a member of the executive board. CVS plans to open eight pharmacy training locations by spring 2018. Read the news release here.
Listen to the latest podcasts from VR Workforce Studio, featuring stories of employment, training and education, vocational rehabilitation and the champions of employment who hire people with disabilities.