“Life’s Most Persistent and Urgent Question is, ‘What Are You Doing For Others?’” – Martin Luther King, Jr. This month, to help celebrate the Martin Luther King holiday, we share the January Seen & Heard edition to highlight another Disability Resource Coordinator (DRC) from Colorado serving others. In the spirit of service, we recognize all the DRCs since 2010 to help strengthen the capacity of American Job Centers serve people with disabilities get training and find jobs.

 

DEI is administered by the Employment and Training Administration (ETA) with joint funding from the Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP). Together, since 2010, grants have been awarded to 55 projects in 30 states.  To learn more about the DEI and how its innovative strategies can support your American Job Center to serve people with disabilities, please check out DEI WorkforceGPS.

(New) January 2020 DEI Seen & Heard - Meet Christine Broders, Disability Resource Coordinator (DRC) from Colorado DEI Project with Arapahoe/Douglas Works! focused on adults with disabilities.

November 2019 DEI Seen & Heard - Meet Ashley Clark, Traveling Disability Resource Coordinator (DRC) from California Employment Development Department focused on adults with disabilities.

October 2019 DEI Seen & Heard – Meet Lisa Dunaway, Disability Resource Coordinator (DRC) from Maryland DEI Project with Anne Arundel County Career Center focused on individuals with significant disabilities.

September 2019 DEI Seen & Heard – Meet Leah Hastad, Disability Resource Coordinator (DRC) from Minnesota DEI Project with Southwest Private Industry Council, Inc. focused on youth with disabilities