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In the spirit of raising awareness on how to better support individuals on the autism spectrum in the workplace, ODEP has provided a list of helpful resources and tools.
During National Disability Employment Awareness Month, we recommit to ensuring all Americans can access good, safe, family-sustaining jobs.
As an apprentice, Adriana helped patients problem-solve better ways to live healthfully and address barriers to care.
Through hard work and a unique apprenticeship program, Antonio Williams has transitioned from the military to the tech industry.
As we mark the 28th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, we must move forward together to ensure all Americans succeed in the workforce.
A unique, five-month intensive emergency medical technician apprenticeship program in Los Angeles County has prepared Jason Jones for a new career in healthcare.
Riggio Valve is a family-owned small business in Bayonne, New Jersey, that improved its safety and health program with support from OSHA’s On-Site Consultation Program.
An apprenticeship changed Yana's life and led to a promising new career.
After struggling to afford a college degree, Hadia found a way to earn and learn that’s bringing her closer to a new career.
From convict to journeyman sheet metal fabricator, Steven Shewry is an example of how hard work plus the opportunity to gain in-demand job skills can set Americans of all backgrounds on the path to a sustainable career.