Mark your calendars! The BC Employment Network is delighted to share that we will be hosting Inclusion Works! the 2nd World Supported Employment Conference, in partnership with the Canadian Association of Supported Employment and Inclusion BC.
The BC Employment Network are pleased to announce that we were successful in obtaining two grants from CLBC to assist in advancing our efforts at promoting employment and ensuring that our collective workforce remains skilled and knowledgeable.
Researchers at the Canadian Institute for Inclusion and Citizenship have released their findings for year 2 of the IMPACT project. The project is testing the hypothesis that intervening early with transitioning youth using employment interventions that consider each youth’s unique strengths and interests will improve their future employment outcomes.
During the summer of 2021, 91 youth across BC participated in IMPACT, an innovative three-year pilot project to improve employment outcomes for transitioning youth with disabilities. In this video, they share their experience of IMPACT, as well as their personal goals.
During the summer of 2021, 91 youth across BC participated in IMPACT, an innovative three-year pilot project to improve employment outcomes for transitioning youth with disabilities. In this video their parents share their reflections about IMPACT and the changes they’ve observed for their son or daughter.
Businesses hiring people with disabilities experience a 72% increase in productivity. In this video employers participating in IMPACT share their experience of the project and the value of this partnership for their business.