This section reviews methods for providing employment support to all One-Stop customers, including those with disabilities.
Through the Montana/Wyoming Careers Through Partnership program, Doreen was able to access the Cut Bank Job Service/Workforce Center, which helped her to establish her own dog grooming business.
Working with a customized employment team at his local One-Stop, George's interests and assets were identified through the person-centered planning process.
The One-Stop in Quincy MA has used a variety of partners and resources to provide individual services to customers with significant disabilities.
The Indiana Customized Employment Grant (CEG) has leveraged resources and worked with state and local entities to help One-Stop customers with disabilities achieve self-employment.
The Tennessee Customized Employment Project developed strategies to blend funding between the Department of Vocational Rehabilitation and the Knoxville-area One-Stop Career Center to provide a range of supports to job seekers with disabilities.
Montana Choice, Control, Career Project uses 'braided' funding from multiple funding sources to assist individuals obtain employment outcomes.
Career Alliance in Flint, MI has established an Information and Referral position to assist all customers who need additional time and support to access the One-Stops services effectively.
The workforce system in Montana has created individualized and innovative self-employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities.
CobbWorks! in Marietta, Georgia has created Project Exceed, which uses grant-funded Individualized Training Accounts to focus on customized employment and microenterprise/self-employment. This was implemented through customized employment brokers.