Listen in to Erica Belois-Pacer and Marianne Durrant from Heritage Christian Services in Rochester NY. Marianne started their Supported Employment program years ago and has built numerous relationships with businesses…
Part 2 of a conversation between Erica Belois-Pacer of National APSE and Britni Miles in Texas, who has helped lead efforts to start the Texas APSE chapter. Hear more about…
Part 1 of a conversation between Erica Belois-Pacer of National APSE and Britni Miles in Texas, who has helped lead efforts to start the Texas APSE chapter. Britni moved from…
Listen to this conversation with Executive Coach, psychotherapist and columnist with Forbes, Jonathan Kaufman. Jonathan joined APSE National’s Kari Tietjen (Certification Director) and Erica Belois-Pacer (Professional Development Director). Together, we talk about the future of work and taking a lens of futurism to begin thinking about the employment of the future.
APSE believes that it’s important to make your voice heard –that effective advocacy goes beyond just finding your voice.
Now is the time to get ready. Now is the time to become active in the advocacy efforts. Now is the time to prepare for the work we will need to do to stop this bill in the Senate.
Do you still remember how a bill becomes law?
APSE has heard your call for cost-effective, reliable resources. That’s why we developed our new, comprehensive eLearning course, From Workshops to Workplaces: Achieving the Goals of Employment First.
How Does the Affordable Care Act Benefit Americans with Disabilities?
Uncertainty is a dominant theme as we begin 2017. Whatever difficulties confront the integrated employment community, one thing will remain steadfast throughout 2017 and beyond…
As we prepare to close the book on 2016, I think we can we all agree that it has been a year of big changes.
At APSE, we are always on the lookout for tools to help make comprehensive employment easier both for employers and for employees. One tool that is especially beneficial for people in both worlds is eLearning.
Since you took the time to share such useful information with us, we wanted to let you know what we are doing with it and how your opinion will shape the APSE of the future. There is so much that we could say, but what follows is more of a snapshot.
Awareness is Good, Action is Better: APSE’s Approach to National Disability Employment Awareness Month
While we certainly want to raise awareness and celebrate the strides we’ve made on the Employment First front, we also think it’s important to keep things in perspective.
Put simply, a “brand” is an organization’s public persona. It is everything the public thinks it knows about your organization. This means that any organization that wants to effectively communicate its essence to relevant audiences needs to think carefully about brand identity: how the public perceives all of the components of its brand (name, logo, taglines).