People with disabilities make significant contributions to America’s workforce, but can face systemic barriers obtaining jobs and securing their financial well-being.
On this site you will learn about resources, programs and partnerships that can create an inclusive workforce system. Our work supports people with disabilities and people who work on employment and workforce development at the state and local level.
So What Is Apprenticeship Exactly?
Apprenticeship is an industry-driven, high-quality career pathway that allows employers to develop and prepare their future workforce. At the same time, individuals obtain paid work experience, classroom instruction, mentorship, and a portable credential. For job seekers with disabilities, apprenticeship is especially valuable because it promotes on-the-job learning and offers supports that can create a viable […]So What Is Apprenticeship Exactly?
Secure Your Financial Future – A Financial Toolkit for People with Disabilities
This toolkit provides a path forward for people with disabilities, and the people who support them, as they make employment-related decisions, regardless of where they are in their employment journey. In this section, learn about tools and resources designed to assist people in securing their financial future from preparing for a job, to maintaining a […]Secure Your Financial Future – A Financial Toolkit for People with Disabilities
Community Reinvestment Act FAQ
Learn how workforce systems can leverage bank resources to improve economic self-sufficiency and employment outcomes for low- and moderate-income individuals.Community Reinvestment Act FAQ