The Arc of Monroe offers several pre-employment services that provide various hands-on educational opportunities for people with a variety of disabilities including people with intellectual or developmental disabilities (I/DD), Autism Spectrum Disorders, and learning disabilities.

*These are ACCES-VR funded services.

OPWDD eligibility is not required.

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Community-Based Workplace Assessment

A service designed to help a person determine the least restrictive amount of support needed to be successful in employment.

Takes place in a community employment setting

Participate in an on-site employability assessment

A one-to-two week assessment

Work one-on-one with a Vocational Evaluator

Work Readiness

A training service designed to help participants learn workplace skills in a group setting

Examples of skills include: professionalism, workplace culture, self-advocacy, and interview preparation

Community Work Experience

A service to support in developing on-the-job skills.

Paid internship experience at a local business

Check-ins provided by an Employment Specialist

Opportunity to build work experience

To learn more about these services, contact Job Path at (585) 256-7330 x 2510, or fill out the form.

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