APSE Conversations with the National Board: Jan Dougherty
Meet the new APSE National Board of Directors. Jan Dougherty chats with Erica Belois-Pacer of National APSE. Jan shares how she’s taken up running during the pandemic, how her role as a parent brought her to #EmploymentFirst, and the importance of mentors.
APSE Conversations with the National Board: Duane Shumate
Meet the new APSE National Board of Directors. Duane Shumate is featured in this episode, as he chats with Erica Belois-Pacer of National APSE! Duane shares what he wanted to be growing up, his secret life as a Trivia MC, why he has a passion for #EmploymentFirst, and about his work in the state of Missouri.
APSE Conversations with the National Board: Kie O’Donnell
This podcast is a conversation between Kie O’Donnell of the APSE National Board and Erica Belois-Pacer. Kie is from Rhode Island, and shares his passion for #EmploymentFirst.
APSE Conversations: Equity and Justice
This podcast is a panel from the 2020 Pacific Northwest Employment Forum from October 1, 2020. Listen to Tara Asai (former OR APSE President) open this conversation between three leaders, Chisa O’Quinn, Wesley Anderson, and Amber Boydston.
APSE Conversations: Technology, Employment First, and a Changing Landscape
This podcast is an opening panel from the 2020 APSE Virtual Conference. Duane Shumate, a member of the APSE National Board Member, is joined in conversation by Katherine Carol, Patricia Henke, and Scott Ellsworth.
APSE Podcast: NDEAM Employment Panel
Join for a National Disability Employment Awareness Month #NDEAM event with APSE! This was presented virtually on October 6th, 2020. Hear from four individuals working across the country, led in…
APSE Podcast: COVID-19 Survey Updates
Kick-off National Disability Employment Awareness Month #NDEAM with an APSE Policy Update! Julie Christensen presented virtually on October 1st, 2020. During the last three months, APSE has convened two national…
MN APSE Podcast: With Co-Director of PACER’s Parent Center on Transition and Employment
This podcast is a production of MN APSE, the Minnesota state chapter of APSE. Link to YouTube: www.apse.org/mn-podcast-09-20 MN APSE’s video podcast will feature stories from people involved in the…
MN APSE Podcast: If you believe it, you can achieve it
This podcast is the first production from MN APSE, the Minnesota state chapter of APSE. Link to YouTube: www.apse.org/mn-march-podcast MN APSE’s video podcast will feature stories from people involved in the…
APSE Podcast: A Federal Update
This update is with Julie Christensen, APSE’s Director of Policy and Advocacy with National APSE. Julie spoke virtually on August 20th, 2020 with the Iowa Coalition for Integration & Employment…
APSE Conversations: Intersectionality, Disruptive Movements, and the Ongoing Fight for Civil Rights
This discussion centers around the many issues we are facing right now. This podcast is the final APSE Virtual Conference Conversation. Led by APSE Executive Director Jenny Stonemeier, APSE National…
APSE/ACRE State Guidelines for Employment Services Personnel Training Certificates or Certification
Offered by a collaboration of the Association of Community Rehabilitation Educators (ACRE) Board of Directors and the APSE Certification Council (ESPCC). A NEW resource (released 2020) that the collective boards…
Get Your Game Face On: APSE Offers the Tools to Expand Your Advocacy Strategy
APSE believes that it’s important to make your voice heard –that effective advocacy goes beyond just finding your voice.
House GOP Passes Bill to Gut ACA, APSE is Taking the Fight to the Senate
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.
I’m Just a Bill…Effective Legislative Advocacy Starts with the Basics
Do you still remember how a bill becomes law?
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