Getting and Keeping the First Job
A free telephone workshop offered by FACETS to help families, caregivers and professionals understand how they can help youth with disabilities with employment. Participants will learn the importance of disability self-awareness, how families can help youth with career planning; and strategies to navigate resumes, job interviews, and job accommodations. Samples of resumes, job search tips, and lists of work skills/checklists will be provided to the participants.
Tuesday May 17, 2011, 12-1pm
Free Telephone Workshop Presented by Matthew Zellmer & Nelsinia Wroblewski, WI FACETS
To Register: Call Sandra McFarland at 414-374-4645 or email email@example.com
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