Meet Stirling (Vermont)!
I work a great deal with different social media platforms and they include Facebook, Blog, LinkedIn, and YouTube.
I’m also an editor of the Think College Vermont Facebook page and I also update the page.
Taking pictures of students and mentors to be used in these various media formats.
Maintain and update the Think College Vermont blog site.
I’m gaining some experience in the peer-mentoring of the students in Think College Vermont:
Job Title Think College Vermont Dissemination Assistant:
Employer The University of Vermont's Center on Disability and Community Inclusion
What has been most HELPFUL for finding or keeping a job in the community?:
My reputation at being professional and my passion are to be an educator. I'm making a difference for young adults to have the option of going to post-secondary education programs.
What has been a CHALLENGE in finding or keeping a job in the community?:
Transportation is one challenge of keeping a job in the community and the lack of staff.
Tell us in a few words or sentences why Employment First matters to you! Why do you work toward people with disabilities working? # Real Work for Real Pay?
We want to be valued, respected and meaningfully employed members of our communities just like everyone else. Post-secondary education can help achieve this. This is what employment first means to me.
Celebrating National Disability Employment Awareness Month!
Here’s a link to submit your story, or one of someone you serve. Please make sure you partner with the person whose story you are sharing.