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Members of the Think College team accepted a Champion of Change Award from the National Down Syndrome Society during the recent Buddy Walk on Washington. Read more about the event.

The ICI is hiring an employer liaison to work with businesses on the South Shore of MA. This is a great chance for someone to increase employment opportunities for people with disabilities. Please read the job posting and spread the word!

Executive Order from the President means all federal contract workers will now earn at least $10.10/hour. This includes workers with disabilities! Learn more here: http://1.usa.gov/1dnAtZz.

ICI staff will help implement the new Blueprint for Success plan in Massachusetts. The Blueprint aims to close sheltered workshops in MA by June 2015, moving employees with intellectual disabilities into integrated work and day programs in their communities.

We are hiring a senior research associate to manage several projects related to vocational rehabilitation (employment programs for people with disabilities). Please read the posting and spread the word!

The ICI is hiring a project coordinator for our Boston partnership with the Duskin Ainowa Foundation. Read the full job description and please spread the word!

The ICI's Think College team and their partners have won a $2.375m grant from the U.S. Department of Education! Learn more about their project, which focuses on access to higher education for young people with intellectual disabilities and autism.

Think College, an ICI team that supports access to postsecondary education for people with intellectual disabilities, has just received a 2014 Champion of Change Award from the National Down Syndrome Society. Team members will accept their award in February at the 2014 Buddy Walk on Washington.

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Our Online Courses: State-of-the-Art Training for Employment Professionals

The ICI is proud to be authoring courses for the new College of Employment Services (CES). CES is a series of online classes for employment professionals. The lessons cover best practices around creating job accommodations, disclosing disabilities, building personal and professional networks, and many other topics. This accessible, practical curriculum equips employment professionals to meet and surpass national and agency standards for their field.

Visit the CES website to learn more and sign up for a free demo!

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