APSE believes in Employment First

Real jobs for real pay for all people with disabilities.

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Are you a business leader looking to hire or recruit employees with disabilities?

APSE offers SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP Recertification Credit for online learning.

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Certified Employment Support Professional™ Credential

Professionals certified as Certified Employment Support Professional™ (CESP)  have demonstrated a sufficient level of knowledge and skill to provide integrated employment services to a variety of populations.

#2021APSE: APSE Call for Art!

May 10, 2021

#2021APSE Pop-Up Shop: APSE Call for Art!

Shining a light on topics, populations, and intersections in Employment First.

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#2021APSE: APSE National Award Nominations Open!

May 4, 2021

#2021APSE: Shining a light on topics, populations, and intersections in Employment First.

Nominate individuals and organizations for APSE Awards in Employment First!

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April Policy Updates

April 27, 2021

For a change of pace, let’s start with some good news! Congratulations to Washington State as SB5284, a bill to eliminate subminimum wage for people with disabilities, was signed into…

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APSE in Your Community

APSE — the Association of People Supporting Employment First

  • 3,000+ members and growing national non-profit membership organization
  • Chapters in 39 states and the District of Columbia, with members from all 50 states and Puerto Rico, and several foreign countries
  • Members include individuals with disabilities, families, disability professionals, and businesses
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APSE Established 1988

The only national organization to focus exclusively on inclusive employment and career advancement opportunities for individuals with disabilities.