Zoom / Webinar
Job Foundations- The Employment Provider Role with Karen Williams and Gina Solberg
Please join us on Friday, June 26th for our webinar, “Job Foundations- The Employment Provider Role” with Karen Williams and Gina Solberg.
In this session we will go over the elements of the job foundation pilot program so employment agencies are prepared to provide this new service to students. We will review each section of the Job Foundation report and offer tips for successful engagement with schools and additional training resources.
Learning Objectives (Info, tools, and skills attendees will receive):
After completing this training, agency staff will understand their role in completing a quality Job Foundation report that sets students up for success in their employment pursuits.
The courses are free for those who provide employment or community inclusion services in WA, sponsored by DDA and Washington State Counties. Use the promo code WASTATE to sign up now.
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There are no refunds for those that do not attend the scheduled webinar. If you do miss the webinar, we will provide you with a code to access the next webinar free.
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Karen Williams is the Executive Director of Trillium Employment Services, a nonprofit supporting Washington businesses in hiring, training, and retaining employees with intellectual disabilities. Trillium serves over 600 clients and over 400 businesses. Trillium believes that building a strong organizational culture, driven by learning and outcomes, results in quality services for clients. Karen obtained her Master of Public Administration from George Washington University, with a concentration in public policy and nonprofit management. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Disability Studies from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Karen is a certified coach through the Hudson Institute.
Gina Solberg is the Director of Employment Services at PROVAIL in Seattle, Washington. The employment services provided at PROVAIL specialize in customized employment and transition services in King and Snohomish counties. Gina has been in the field of developmental disabilities for over twenty years providing both supported living and supported employment services.