Your self-directed employment assistant
Introduction to Punch-In Video
Free Employment Course
The Punch-In employment course is great way to get started or expand your career search. It is a completely free! The course is online and moderated by experts in the field. You can also set up your own course group.
This employment event is great for jobseekers at varying stages in their career: seasoned executive-level professionals, those just beginning their careers, or anywhere in between. You'll get to meet…
Have you wanted to be employed in the realm of healthcare? Then this hiring event for you! Several companies will be in attendance with open positions for jobseekers like you. Companies in attendance…
Are you in the market for a new job? Then this is the employment event for you! You'll get to meet face to face with the hiring decision makers from some of the areas top employers. They are looking…
This informative and fun 3-day event has been coined as THE event for the disability community! For 40 years, the Abilities Expo has been providing hundreds of families and individuals within the dis…
Are you in search of a new job? Then this is the employment opportunity for you! National Career Fairs is one of the best in the industry at connecting employers and future employees together. Maybe…
Disability:IN is the leading nonprofit resource for business disability inclusion worldwide. Our network of more than 160 corporations expands opportunities for people with disabilities across enterp…
Organized by Disability:IN | Type: conference
One of the most effective ways to grow is to gently push your limits on what you can handle. This includes various areas of your life: professional, personal, emotional, mental, physical, etc. It's important to recognize when you are able to increase your limits for the purpose of growth, but equally as important to decipher when you need to set limits for yourself.
Whenever I start a new job, I like to do everything I can to showcase my…Continue
Posted by Adrienne Kleinman on June 1, 2019 at 6:00pm
As we near the end of May, I’d be remiss if I didn’t draw attention to the importance of this month. This May marks the 70th year celebrating Mental Health Month! Mental illness can affect anyone, it doesn’t matter your background, who you are, or what you do. The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), along with the rest of the country, raise awareness on mental illness to fight the stigma, provide support, educate the public, as well as advocate for…Continue
Posted by Adrienne Kleinman on May 31, 2019 at 5:14am
Trello is a free cloud-based website that also offers an Android and iOS app. It is a fabulous tool whether you decide to use it alone or to use it for team collaborative projects. Here are some Trello basics:
Boards can be described as a whiteboard where you create a project and keep information. Here are some examples one might create as boards:
Students- create a board for…Continue
Posted by Erika J. Kluge on March 15, 2019 at 8:00am
Spring has sprung, and change is in the air! The plants are activating, the creatures have stopped hibernating, and the heat is very motivating. Working at a disability resource center has taught me a lot about Spring and how it brings about change. One of the biggest subjects that I work with this time of year is housing. Now that it is warming up people are starting to think about transitioning and moving to someplace that fits their needs. The big underlying factor in terms of housing is…Continue
Kianna Lehman has been a receptionist at Metropolitan Center for Independent Living (MCIL) for almost 5 years. She enjoys her job because of how she gets to be of assistance to those who have disabilities such as herself. Her background is in Business and Management.
You had mentioned that your…Continue
Posted by Adrienne Kleinman on April 26, 2019 at 11:15pm
Over the years I have gone to countless interviews. Some of these meetings took place in quaint non profits or super hip production houses, while others were in big corporations that were within glistening skyscrapers. The majority of my meetings and interviews with prospective employees went off without a hitch, but some had complications. These issues sprang from lack of an accessible location.
One of the first things I do when I get an offer…Continue
Posted by Adrienne Kleinman on April 1, 2019 at 6:31pm