Job Path Launches Brand New Website!

Employment, Programs and Services

In 1981, JobPath was the first to establish employment services for people with disabilities in the Western New York region. Job Path is a recognized leader in providing innovative employment services and is Monroe County’s largest supported employment agency. JobPath has worked with hundreds of businesses throughout Rochester and the surrounding area to create employment connections.   JobPath Launches Brand New Website! JobPath has been helping connect Rochester-area businesses with qualified, pre-screened candidates for decades. Now that’s even easier! Check out our new website, JobPathRochester.org, and learn how our supported employment agency specializes in finding jobs for people of various …

Love Your Job! 3 Reasons I Love Working at The Arc of Monroe

Employment, Staff Perspectives

Love Your Job! 3 Reasons I Love Working at The Arc of Monroe Do you love what you are doing? Do you love what you do? If not, perhaps a career at The Arc of Monroe is for you. Here are 3 of the reasons Employment Specialist Matt Davis says working at The Arc of Monroe is so rewarding. I Love Working with the People I Support I love working for The Arc because of the people I support. I am currently the Employment Specialist at Project Search and seeing the growth of the interns from the start of the year …

Let’s Talk – What if a Conversation could lead to the Career of a Lifetime?

Employment, Staff Perspectives

Let’s Talk – What if a Conversation could lead to the Career of a Lifetime? A Q and A with Trish Wise, Human Resources Recruiter At The Arc of Monroe, every employee counts. And YOU may be just what we’re looking for. We all need the support of others, but it takes an extraordinary person to support people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. As an employee with The Arc of Monroe, you’ll be one of those extraordinary people, making a difference with a career that is more than just a job. What are you like as a person? What motivates …

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How do we turn INvalidation into VALIDATION?

Health and Wellness, Staff Perspectives

Consider the following interaction: You: “I am just SO overwhelmed…there is so much to keep track of, so much to do and I’m just exhausted.” Them: “You think you’ve got it bad? Let me tell you…” Or… “It’s not really that bad, everyone is struggling.” Or… “Same…welcome to my life!” Or… “Well, at least you still have a job.” Life has been hard the past year, and while it has been a situation that really everyone has been experiencing, it doesn’t mean that it’s the same for each person, nor does it mean we can just dismiss someone else’s feelings …