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Employment Opportunities


School to Work: Seeking highly motivated families with a son or daughter between the ages of 17-30 in need of individualized employment strategies to attain employment before high school graduation or soon after. Although our service system has spent a lot of time and money on school to work transition only 14% of Californians with developmental disabilities are working in individualized job settings after graduation.  We think it is time to change that number. Education, Empowerment and Employment for Success , funded by the California State Council on Developmental Disabilities,  partners Jay Nolan Community Services and Easter Seals/WorkFirst will use Customized Employment strategies to create person centered employment teams, discover each person's unique skills, talents and interests and determine vocational themes.  Based on this information we will develop creative wage and self -employment options. assist people with disabilities to find meaningful and profitable employment.Training and consultation will be provided to transition students, young adults, and their families to increase awareness and understanding in developing real employment opportunities. Contact Maureen@work4me.us.  http://www.work4me.us


Young Adult Technology Training by the San Diego Futures Foundation. They are offering 2 training pathways in either entry level IT networking, computer maintenance and troubleshooting OR in Video production, web development, graphic design and social media. Must be 17-21 years old and low income (according to federal guidelines.). For more information contact education@sdfutures.org or 619.269.1684 option 4. Can apply at www.sdfutures.org/education

The City of San Diego Park & Recreation Department Therapeutic Recreation Services is looking for individuals interested in receiving training and experience by providing inclusion support for children with special needs during day camps at various recreation centers this summer and TRS specialty camps. No prior experience working with individuals with disabilities is needed, but it is definitely beneficial. Contact Rose at 619 236-7756 or rcaldwell@sandiego.gov

Matrix Parent Network has an employment opportunity, which is a half time position requiring the ability to travel on a regular basis in and out of California. Applicant needs non-profit management and training experience who is also familiar with the needs of the family of child with disabilities and enjoys working with others. View Details.         


DDTP Seeks Committee Member from the Late Deafened Community for one consumer seat on the committee. Meets first Wednesday of the month in Oakland, CA. Contact Karen Evangelista at 510-302-1110 or Karen@ddtp.org
Community Interface Services currently has a job opportunity for an individual who is Fluent in American Sign Language. For more information, call (888)676-3786.
San Diego Job Opportunities in the Non-Profit sector

Project EARN is a career advancement program offered for free through the South County Career Center. Participants typically increase their income $500-$1000 a month within 6-12 months. Call 619-429-1655.

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