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   The Employment Services Program assists students and adults with disabilities choose, obtain and retain employment in the community.

   Individuals are referred to Holiday House by the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
Holiday House contracts with the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) to provide the following services.

      Internship/Temporary Work

      Individual Placement and Support

      Job Coaching

      Job Preparation and Development

      Supported Employment

      Job Shadowing

Our staff uses assessment information about the person seeking employment to target the types of jobs available from potential employers. Staff then provides employment preparation services such as assisting with the development of a resume, filling out applications, and enhancing interviewing skills.

   Typical job development activities include reviewing local employment opportunities, and developing contacts with potential employers through direct and indirect promotional strategies.

   A qualified job trainer can provide on the job instruction at no cost to the employer. Job-site training services vary according to the needs of the new employee and the complexity of the job. It may include training the employer and co-workers to understand any accommodations needed by the worker. The length of follow-up services is also based on the individual needs of the employee and employer.

   For more information Contact our Employment Outreach Coordinator at 920-682-4663.


   Benefits of Employment Service

                             Employee Benefits                  Employer Benefits

Gain job skills and work experience


Information on Tax Incentives

Increased self esteem
Reduced training and supervision

Increased independence

Dependable workers

 Enhance economic self-sufficiency

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