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Our Employment Services Department is hiring a part-time temporary job developer. This person will assist individuals with disabilities to find and maintain fulfilling paid work in the community. For more information, contact Lara Enein-Donovan: lara.eneindonovan@umb.edu.


44 200 folks joined us for our webinar, “Employment Support Professionals: Leaders for Change.” If you missed it, check out the archive here.


Jon Keleher in actionListen to our staffer Jonathan Keleher being interviewed on National Public Radio about his rare medical condition, cerebellar agenesis. Jonathan, his family, and his doctor talk about how living without a cerebellum affects movement, emotion, and behavior.
Photo courtesy NPR


Mass sealOur director, Bill Kiernan, has joined Governor Charlie Baker’s new task force. The group will find ways to improve job opportunities for groups that face chronically high unemployment rates, including people with disabilities. Learn more about the task force.


The Boston Globe featured the UMass Boston School for Global Inclusion and Social Development (SGISD) as one of 12 ideas for making Boston more inclusive. ICI staff are proud to be part of SGISD and are honored by this accolade.



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Our Online Courses: State-of-the-Art Training for Employment Professionals

The ICI is proud to be authoring courses for the new College of Employment Services (CES). CES is a series of online classes for employment professionals. The lessons cover best practices around creating job accommodations, disclosing disabilities, building personal and professional networks, and many other topics. This accessible, practical curriculum equips employment professionals to meet and surpass national and agency standards for their field.

Visit the CES website to learn more and sign up for a free demo!

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