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Turning the Tables: Reverse Job Fairs and Vocational Rehabilitation RSA Funded - Full or Partial RSA Technical Assistance Center

JD-VRTAC | Published 6/12/2018 | JD-VRTAC

What is a reverse job fair? How can reverse job fairs benefit job-seekers with disabilities and businesses? Are reverse job fairs replacing the traditional job fair model? Visit the job-driven Business Engagement Toolkit Partnerships page to watch this virtual panel. You'll learn how VR agencies and agencies for the Blind in Iowa, Missouri, and New Jersey implemented the reverse job fair model.
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Business Engagement Toolkit RSA Funded - Full or Partial RSA Technical Assistance Center

Job-Driven VR Technical Assistance Center (JD-VRTAC) | Published 6/1/2016 | Institute for Community Inclusion

The business engagement toolkit contains a collection of useful information and tools to be used by agencies and TA providers. Business engagement is defined as the interaction between employers, vocational rehabilitation (VR), and other organizations.
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Skills for Business Engagement: Part 1 RSA Funded - Full or Partial RSA Technical Assistance Center

Presenters: Laurie Ford, Lara Enein–Donovan, and Rick Kugler | Published 5/10/2016 | Institute for Community Inclusion

This webinar will provide an overview of business engagement competencies outlined in the ExploreVR Business Engagement Toolkit to familiarize VR personnel with the matrix of business engagement competencies, and will explain how the competencies in each of the categories contribute to engaging businesses in the VR process. Presenters will discuss three key competencies of VR business engagement: labor market needs, communication strategies, and internal management strategies.
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