State Collaborators

The CareerACCESS team would like to acknowledge and thank the individuals from across the nation that have helped advance the policy initiative over the years, including representatives from organizations in the following states:

  • California
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Nebraska
  • Pennsylvania
  • Vermont

Federal Collaborators

  • Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Community Living
  • Department of Labor, Office of Disability Employment Policy
  • National Council on Disability
  • Social Security Administration

Non-Governmental Partners:

  • The ARC
  • Association of University Centers on Disabilities
  • California Foundation of Independent Living Centers
  • Corporation for Enterprise Development
  • Disability Network, Michigan
  • Independent Living Center of the North Shore & St. Ann
  • Insight Center for Community Economic Development
  • Institute for Educational Leadership, National Collaborative on Workforce & Disability for Youth
  • Mathematica Policy Research
  • National Community Reinvestment Coalition
  • National Disability Institute
  • Nebraska Statewide Independent Living Council
  • The Viscardi Center
  • Workforce Essentials

The CareerACCESS team would also like to acknowledge and thank the young adults with disabilities that currently and previously served as advisors in developing the CareerACCESS policy initiative.  The work continues with their guiding voice to find an alternative approach to increase access to careers and independence through employment.

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