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MA Disability Mentoring Week

Our friends at the Massachusetts Office on Disability (MOD) and the Human Resources Division (HRD) are partnering to host “Disability Mentoring Week (DMW)” from Oct. 17 to 19. This will be an opportunity for persons with disabilities to explore career opportunities within state government. Each mentee will be paired with a Massachusetts state government professional […]

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State Representative Jeffrey Roy Promises Hard Work from the State House

  The Massachusetts Down Syndrome Congress (MDSC) and Riverside Community Care’s Central Massachusetts Employment Collaborative (CMEC) co-hosted a free workshop to educate employers on ways to expand their workforce by hiring people with disabilities. Representative Jeffrey Roy talked about the connection between members of the MDSC and government work.   “I know one thing that’s […]

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Your Next Star campaign goes on the road

Partnering with the Massachusetts Regional Employment Collaboratives, the MDSC this June took our Your Next Star employment campaign on the road. In the early June, we launched our “Diversify Your Workforce” forums to introduce employers to the benefits of hiring qualified candidates with disabilities. And, with experts speakers from a range of fields, we showed them how to do […]

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Governor Charlie Baker Announces New Initiative

On January 25, Governor Charlie Baker and Secretary of Labor and Workforce Development Ronald L. Walker, II, joined members of the Governor’s Task Force on Persons Facing Chronically Higher Rates of Unemployment to announce new initiatives addressing higher rates of unemployment faced by some populations, and a $5 million investment in the Fiscal Year 2017 […]

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25 Years After ADA, Employers Can Take Next Step

The nation recently celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Americans With Disabilities Act. There’s no arguing that the 1990 law ushered in a new era of civil rights for people with disabilities.

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