Abilicorp is Considering Offering Career Coaching Services and We Need Your Help!
For the last few years I’ve been focused on CareerACCESS. CareerACCESS pilot programs will be created by changes in federal policy aimed at significantly increasing the employment rate of people with disabilities by expecting young adults with disabilities ages 18 through 30 to work. CareerACCESS will provide required support and services recognizing that disability benefits are offsets to the high costs of disability rather than subsidies for the inability to work. –See CareerACCESS.org
A cornerstone of the CareerACCESS program is that all participants will work with a career coach. A career coach is someone to work with on developing and maintaining an Individualized Career Plan (ICP). The ICP is a road map of personal, professional and financial tasks needing to be accomplished in order to start and build a career. I like to think of career coaches as people who know how to ‘kick butt’ helping consumers to stay on track and get things done!
Since CareerACCESS may take years to be approved, piloted, and rolled out, I’m considering offering Career Coaching through Abilicorp. Before doing so, we want to survey the market. Please take this 5 minute survey and give me feedback. Also, please forward the survey to anyone who may be interested in career coaching.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
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