As shared by the National Disability Institute (NDI):
“Please join us for a discussion with Helga Gilbert, MRC, CRC Director, Division of Blind Services Kentucky Career Center Office of Vocational Rehabilitation on February 11, 2020.
Kentucky’s Project CASE is one of four demonstration grants awarded nationally to state vocational rehabilitation agencies through the Rehab Services Administration to promote Career Pathways for Individuals with Disabilities. Nebraska, Virginia, and Georgia also received this grant funding, and have remained partners and collaborators over the past 4+ years with Kentucky, meeting frequently to share the challenges and successes of their grants.
The grant has given the Kentucky Office of Vocational Rehabilitation the opportunity to shape case management and service delivery through a career pathways framework, and take a fresh look at postsecondary training opportunities and credentials.
Two Career Pathways Coordinators from Project CASE will describe their own successful initiatives, including creating STEM camps on Community Technical College campuses for high school students with disabilities, and leveraging workforce partners and the Kentucky Health Career Center to support training and employment in the healthcare sector.
Presenter: Helga Gilbert, MRC, CRC Director, Division of Blind Services Kentucky Career Center Office of Vocational Rehabilitation
The meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 11, 2020 from 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Eastern. Click here to register. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email that contains information about how to join.
This meeting is brought to you by the Technical Assistance Team of WINTAC and the Southeast ADA Center, Institute for Educational Leadership, Kentucky Vocational Rehabilitation, Project Case and the DEI as part of the Career Pathways Community of Practice (CoP). Membership in the CoP is not required for attendance, although we always welcome new members. To join: 1) click here to register; and 2) click here to submit a request to join the CoP.
Please contact Shannon Edam at [email protected] for assistance with the registration process and/or with accommodation requests. For questions or additional information, please contact Brian Ingram at [email protected]”
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