Skills Inc. is proud to support National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM). Held each October since 1945, NDEAM aims to educate employers about disability employment issues and celebrate the many and varied contributions of American workers with disabilities. This year’s theme is “#InclusionWorks.”
For over 50 years, Skills Inc. has been a leader in disability employment and inclusion by focusing on the strengths and abilities of our workforce. We take great pride in serving our community while supplying quality goods and services to the aerospace and technology sectors.
Skills Inc. encourages all employers to embrace diversity while promoting a culture of inclusion where all people can thrive. Take part in NDEAM by participating in one or more of the below events. The Office of Disability Employment Policy, (ODEP) website also provides various ways to celebrate the month, including “31 Days of NDEAM – What you CAN do!“.
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Dates to Note:
Oct. 5th, 10am-10:30am PDT
Employment Law Developments and Advocacy Strategies radio show hosted by ADA Live!
Oct. 6th, 10am-11:30am PDT
Customizing Employment: Success through Partnerships Webinar hosted by LEAD Center
Oct. 7th, 7:30am-11am PDT
2016 Governor’s Employer Awards Event hosted by Governor’s Committee on Disability Issues & Employment
Oct. 12th, 5pm-8pm PDT
Diversity & Inclusion in the Workplace – Talk & Hack MeetUp hosted by Linked: Seattle
Oct. 13th, 10am-12pm PDT
Disability Diversity in the Higher Education Workforce hosted by EARN
Disability Mentoring Day
Oct. 20th, 10:45am-11:30am PDT
PEAT Talks Virtual Speaker Series: Celebrating NDEAM with Maria Town, Associate Director for the White House Office of Public Engagement hosted by PEAT
Oct. 26th, 9am-10am PDT
Disability Inclusion Across the Employment Process Webinar hosted by Cornell University
Nov. 9th, 5:15pm-7:30pm PDT
Leave & Accommodation in the Workplace – Panel Discussion and Social sponsored by SRHM/ LWHRA
Nov. 17th, 10am-11am
Tapping the Talents of Veterans with Disabilities: Steps to Success hosted by EARN