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Join us in celebrating America’s workers with disabilities, and their critical goal in powering a complete and inclusive recovery, during National Disability Employment Awareness Month.
Highlights from a conversation between Jennifer Sheehy and Dr. Roy Grizzard, who served as ODEP's first assistant secretary from 2002 to 2007.
See how inclusive apprenticeship programs can benefit businesses in the clean energy sector and others.
During Suicide Prevention Month this September – and all year round – we’re getting the word out on workplace mental health resources that could save a life.
Highlights from a conversation between ODEP Deputy Assistant Secretary Jennifer Sheehy and Kathy Martinez, who served as ODEP’s assistant secretary from 2009 to 2015.
All young people should grow up expecting to work and succeed. Learn how the Office of Disability Employment Policy works to cultivate such expectations and ensure youth with disabilities have access to the services and supports they need to meet them.
A new toolkit explores common concerns and provides resources for people with disabilities as they seek to obtain or maintain employment and financial stability.
At ODEP, I'm empowered to bring my whole self to work, and to help pave the way for other unique individuals like myself to thrive – with pride – as members of our nation’s workforce and communities.
At ODEP, we’re proud to have played a role in advancing customized employment as a strategy to help people find fulfilling jobs.
Join our online dialogue on identifying solutions for overcoming barriers to employment for people with disabilities from all corners of American society.