ICI publications by Jaimie Ciulla Timmons

Four Strategies to Find a Good Job: Advice from Job Seekers with Disabilities

An ICI study with job seekers revealed four strategies that can make it easier to find a job. (5/2003)

Case Studies on the Implementation of the Workforce Investment Act: Spotlight on Maine

The implementation of WIA requires major organizational change for employment and training agencies. These publications highlight findings from case studies in three states and identify how states have begun to collaborate and the subsequent impact on people with disabilities. (10/2002)

Evaluating Your Agency and Its Services: A Checklist for Job Seekers with Disabilities

It is important to evaluate employment services and decide if you are getting the results that you are looking for. You should have high expectations! If you are currently using an agency for help with employment, this checklist can help you make sure you are getting what you need. (9/2002)

Making Dreams a Reality: Using Personal Networks to Achieve Goals as You Prepare to Leave High School

Leaving high school can be both exciting and stressful. This brief tells the stories of students who used their personal networks to exercise self-determination and follow their goals, and includes worksheets for students to build and use their own networks. (8/2002)

Stories of Success: Using Networking and Mentoring Relationships in Career Planning for Students with Disabilities and Their Families

This brief gives examples of how students and families have successfully used networking and mentoring to learn about jobs and find employment, and gives students tools to build and use their personal networks throughout the career planning process. (2/2001)

ICI: promoting inclusion for people with disabilities