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First Page of Arizona Employment First Year End Review

AZ Employment First 2018 Review & Milestones

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This infographic describes the activities of Arizona Employment First between January and December 2018. Highlights include: The Association for People Supporting Employment First (APSE) Arizona Chapter was officially chartered Outreach activities included 3 webinars and 34 speaking engagements, reaching 1,200 people throughout the state
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Employment and Salary in Arizona on People Who Have Disabilities

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This handout uses Census data to provide statistics on employment and salaries for people who have disabilities in Arizona Handout Text Employment and Salary in Arizona on people who have disabilities 80% or more have a high school degree or higher Over 51% have at least some college 35% of working-age people with disabilities have jobs Compare to 74% of people with no disabilities have jobs The
Transition Requirements Matrix

Transition Requirements and Services: IDEA/Special Education, Vocational Rehabilitation, and Division of Developmental Disabilities

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This table is available as a PDF, Spanish, and Plain Text Document. Disponible en Español ' Are you a student who has a disability? Do you receive services from the public education system, Vocational Rehabilitation, or the Division of Developmental Disabilities? If you said yes, you are entitled to transition support. This grid explains WHO can receive services WHEN they should be delivered WHAT
2017 Milestones Handout

AZ Employment First 2017 Review & Milestones

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This infographic describes the activities of Arizona Employment First between January and December 2017. Highlights include: 10 Core Team meetings 20 speaking engagements reaching 934 individuals Signing of the EF Executive Order by Governor Ducey
EF Executive Summary

AZ Employment First Executive Summary

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This two-page document summarizes need for Employment First in Arizona, the development of the Employment First Core Team, and the 2014 community forums across the state. It argues there is an urgent need for Employment First policies in Arizona.
First Page of MOU

AZ Employment First MOU

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This document is an agreement between representatives of organizations, agencies, and school districts across Arizona to implement the Arizona Employment First Strategic Plan. Signees include representatives from: Sonoran Center Arizona Developmental Disabilities Planning Council Arizona Department of Economic Security/Division of Developmental Disabilities and Division of Employment and
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AZ Employment First JOBS - Strategic Plan

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This plan summarizes the key directions, strategies, next steps, and evaluation measures guiding Arizona Employment First. It was collaboratively written by the Arizona Employment First Core Team, which represent stakeholders from across the state. The strategic plan is also available in a text-only document.
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AZ Employment First Community Forum Findings (September 2014)

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In 2014, Arizona Employment First hosted six community forums with people from all over Arizona. Nearly 300 people from across the state participated. The comments and themes from these forums, summarized in this report, serve as the foundation for the Arizona Employment First strategic plan.
First page of WIOA Factsheet

WIOA Section 511

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This Handout is Available as a PDF Handout, Easy Read Handout, Spanish Handout, and Text Only Are you paid less than minimum wage at your job (usually in a sheltered workshop* or an enclave*)? Are you under 24 and thinking about work that would pay you less than minimum wage? This handout explains how the Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act of 2014 effects you. Handout Text SIDE ONE: People 24