People often ask me what is the “Secret Sauce” for helping individuals with disabilities and Veterans to get jobs. Whether you are in a wheelchair, are suffering from PTSD, recovering from substance abuse, have a learning disability or any other type of challenge, having job search support is the “Secret Sauce” towards finding employment.
The job search process today has become more complex and learning how to navigate the system requires the assistance of professionals trained to customize the job search process to the disability. At ICD, we provide the support necessary to help our clients reach their goals.
ICD is an organization with a history rich in experience helping those with barriers and challenges to work. In 1917, ICD commenced its work helping returning disabled World War I Veterans re-enter the workforce, becoming productive members of their communities. All of this happened because ICD provided the job search support that is vitally necessary for individuals who have barriers and challenges to work. As a matter of fact, ICD originated outpatient rehabilitation methodology of helping Individuals With Disabilities.
“We hope to create a dialogue where you will share with us your thoughts and ideas and what causes you difficulty in looking for a job so that we can present the information to answer your questions.”
We are very excited to launch our blog, a place where we will share ideas, the latest information, and trends relating to the job search process. We invite you to come back regularly to see the material that we provide as we explore everything from the process involved in conducting an effective career campaign to the actual concrete parts of job search, such as creating a Value Statement, resume writing, preparing for an interview, tracking applications, networking and many other aspects. We will examine legislation and how it impacts the hiring process as well as conduct interviews with employers, recruiters and other professionals to present insights from the people involved in the job search process. You will hear from some of our staff as well as other guests to gain insight from people involved in the many facets of the search process. We hope to create a dialogue where you will share with us your thoughts and ideas and what causes you difficulty in looking for a job so that we can present the information to answer your questions. If you are stressed out by your job search, I can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let’s ignite your career campaign!
Dr. Les Halpert
President and CEO