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Connecting with Employers: Vocational Rehabilitation Featured Practices

VR agencies are experts in job placement services and networking with employers. Each state has devised practices that are useful for their regional industries, geographic profile and demographics. On this Web site, we will highlight effective practices, models and tools so that agencies can learn from one another what works. In addition, RSA maintains a listing of state employment specialists who are willing to share their experiences and expertise with others in the network.

Note: The Web sites listed provide additional information of particular use to state vocational rehabilitation agencies and employers. Please note that the inclusion of any Web site does not mean, and should not be construed as, promotion or endorsement of that organization by the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services or the U.S. Department of Education. For more information, please see Disclaimer of Endorsement.

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Featured Practice — North Dakota

Rehabilitation Consulting Services (RCS) is North Dakota Vocational Rehabilitation's Business Services program. It assists North Dakota business owners and employers in finding solutions to disability-related issues. Services are designed to maximize the productivity and potential of new hires, to help retain an existing work force, and to provide research and the latest information on disability-related issues.

Featured Practice — Delaware

Collaboration between the Divisions of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) and Employment & Training (E&T) is on the rise in Delaware. The agencies are co-located at all four of the state's One-Stop centers. Individuals can drop in to use the computerized job search, resume writing program, telephones, and fax machines. One-Stop staff are available to assist individuals with their job searches.


 
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Last Modified: 04/18/2005