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Work Early, Work Often

A three-part series highlighting the importance of work and work-based experiences in an young person’s transition to adulthood.

Work Early, Work Often

Watch - Work Early, Work Often: Parents/Caregivers of Young Adults with Disabilities

Work Early, Work Often: Parents/Caregivers of Young Adults with Disabilities

Part of a three-part series highlighting the importance of work and work-based experiences in an young person’s transition to adulthood, a mother talks about her son’s career development experiences, finding the right job “fit,” his personal growth on the job, and “letting go.”
  • Topics: Career Development, Employment, Family Support, Finding Strengths, Independent Living
  • Date Posted: 9/14/2015
  • Duration: 3 min
Watch - Work Early, Work Often: Employers of Young Adults with Disabilities

Work Early, Work Often: Employers of Young Adults with Disabilities

Part of a three-part series highlighting the importance of work and work-based experiences in an young person’s transition to adulthood, employers discuss how exposing young adults with disabilities to real work experiences can help to meet the needs of a business and improve their bottom line.
  • Topics: Career Development, Employment, High Expectations, Preparing for Employment, Supportive Adults
  • Date Posted: 9/14/2015
  • Duration: 3 min
Watch - Work Early, Work Often: Young Adults with Disabilities

Work Early, Work Often: Young Adults with Disabilities

Part of a three-part series highlighting the importance of work and work-based experiences in an young person’s transition to adulthood, a young professional with disabilities shares how her early work experiences helped lead to long-term success.
  • Topics: Career Development, Employment, Finding Strengths, Preparing for Employment, High Expectations, Perseverance, Self-Awareness
  • Date Posted: 9/14/2015
  • Duration: 3 min