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Self-Paced Trainings: Strategies for Disability Inclusion

Explore EARN's training courses on disability inclusion in the workplace.

Planning an Accessible Training

This checklist helps organizations plan trainings that are accessible for employees with disabilities.

Mentoring as a Disability Inclusion Strategy

Learn how mentoring programs can help improve employee satisfaction, develop organizational leadership and teach new skills.

Dinah Cohen Learning Center

Review EARN's self-paced trainings, archived webinars, and other training assets to learn more about strategies for recruiting, hiring, retaining and advancing people with disabilities.

SAME Strategies: Disability Awareness Training for State Personnel

Learn about disability awareness staff training as a State as a Model Employer (SAME) strategy.

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Covid-19 and Training and Advancing Employees with Disabilities: Findings from a Focus Group of NILG Members

Learn about issues related to training and advancement of people with disabilities during the pandemic.

Encouraging Applicants with Disabilities: Job Descriptions and Announcements (Checklist)

Use this tool to review your organization's job descriptions and announcements for accessibility.

Encouraging Applicants with Disabilities: Job Descriptions and Announcements (Checklist Explainer)

Find tips for writing accessible job announcements and descriptions.

Developing Effective Collaborations & Partnerships to Advance the Employment of Individuals with Disabilities in the Federal Sector

Explore strategies that improve collaboration and communication between employees with disabilities and managers in the federal sector.  

Federal Agency Employment Strategies: A Framework for Disability Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility (2022 Edition)

Explore legal and regulatory requirements, strategies and practices to increase federal employment of people with disabilities and ensure they are included as part of federal agencies' diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility (DEIA) efforts.

Frequently Asked Questions About the Schedule A Excepted Service Hiring Authority for People with Disabilities

Find answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs) about using the federal Schedule A Excepted Service hiring authorities to support employment of people with disabilities.

Schedule A Excepted Service Hiring Authority for People with Disabilities

Learn about using the federal Schedule A Excepted Service hiring authorities to advance employment of people with disabilities in the federal sector.

Putting Research into Practice: Online Outreach Strategies for Attracting Job Seekers with Disabilities

This research-to-practice brief explores how targeted online outreach to job candidates with disabilities is an effective talent strategy.

Management, Peer Training and Mentoring

Train managers and peers to improve the workplace experiences of neurodivergent employees.

Schedule A Hiring Authority

Learn about a special non-competitive hiring authority for people with disabilities applying for jobs with the Federal Government.

Job Seeker Resources

Explore resources for job seekers with disabilities.  

Including Neurodivergent Workers: Job Descriptions and Interviewing

Ensuring that job descriptions and interview processes are inclusive can help attract skilled candidates, including neurodivergent workers.

Small Business Toolkit: Recruit Job Seekers with Disabilities

Explore strategies to help small businesses effectively attract and recruit job seekers with disabilities.

JPMorgan Chase: Driving Inclusion through On-the-Job Training

Employer Case Study: Find out how this leading financial institution is using a paid apprenticeship model to train and hire people with developmental and intellectual disabilities.

EARN Partners

EARN's partners are dedicated to advancing workplace disability inclusion. 

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