This page will be regularly updated with essential information about the Ticket Program and job opportunities.
Definition of a Disability - a person who is disabled if he or she has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities, has a record of such impairment; or is regarded as having such impairment.
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Job demand in 2022
Essential Workers in Health care, Nursing Homes, Hospice (must have certified) CNA, RN
Retail, Janitorial Services, Porters,
Transportation (Truck /Bus Drivers on-the-job training) Delivery
Warehouse Workers (Full/Part-Time, Fork Lift, Shipping/Receiving, Handlers)
Customer Service Representatives Remote/Non-Remote (Full/Part time)
Restaurant workers (Full/Part-Time positions available)
Tech Support/Software Developers - Training can be provided for Tech Support Candidates
Electricians - Training may be provided by Employer
Construction Workers - Training can be provided
School Teachers / Clerical Support
Most Job Leads are Online. All Ticket holders must apply online through the Job Leads or Employer's Website, according to the Job Leads' Specifications.
The Federal Government website has so much information on how to apply for Federal Government jobs including Schedule A Authority Hiring. Schedule "A" allows federal agencies to consider disabled individuals competitively with other disabled persons or status candidates for posted positions. Visit the link below for more info https://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/disability-employment/hiring
Career Development Services, LLc Employment Network Provider (EN) for the Ticket to Work Program