Whether you are looking for your first job or getting a new one, SWCI can help. Our Employment Specialists work closely with transition age youth and adults to assess your interests and skills, support you to find services through the local Department of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) and to find jobs in your community.
The Employment program is funded by fee-for-service contracts with the Department of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) along with State and Federal funding.
SWCI can help with such things as:
DVR Intakes and service navigation.
Creating resumes and cover letters.
Filling out job applications.
Locating and attending job fairs.
On-the-job coaching and training.
Education and advocacy about reasonable accommodations.
Self-advocacy training and negotiations.
Problem solving at the workplace with your coworkers and supervisor.
Supports to start your own business.
Please contact our Employment Specialist, Rick, at 970.903.5909 for more information or to schedule an appointment.