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Friday, July 14, 2017

National Trends in Disability Employment Webinar August 7th, 2017


The next nTIDE Lunch & Learn Webinar Series, detailing findings of the latest Jobs Report release, announcements from the Disability Employment field, and a guest presentation by Wendy Parent-Johnson, Executive Director, Center for Disabilities, Sanford School of Medicine at the University of South Dakota, on Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment First.

The next nTIDE Lunch & Learn Webinar will take place on Friday, August 4, 2017 at 12 noon EST. Learn more about the July Jobs Report and how it fits into longer term employment trends, hear about programs and research across the country addressing employment and disability, and listen to experts in the field.
AGENDA
• 12:00 pm: Overview of National Trends in Disability Employment (nTIDE) Jobs Report Release – Andrew Houtenville, UNH-IOD & John O'Neill, Kessler Foundation
• 12:15 pm: News from the field of Disability Employment – Denise Rozell, AUCD
• 12:30 pm: Guest Panelist, TBD
• 12:45 pm: Open Question & Answer period for attendees     
Register for the nTIDE Lunch & Learn Webinar
Watch Webinar Recording
Download the Agenda & Bios
Download the Audio-Only Recording
View the Powerpoint Presentation
Download the Transcript
Read the nTIDE Report

About the nTIDE Lunch & Learn Webinar
The Employment Policy & Measurement Rehabilitation Research and Training Center (EPM-RRTC) at the University of New Hampshire, in partnership with Kessler Foundation and the Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD) have launched a monthly webinar. On the first Friday of every month, corresponding with the Bureau of Labor Statistics jobs report, we will be offering a live broadcast via Zoom Webinar to share the results of the latest nTIDE findings. In addition, we will provide news and updates from the field of Disability Employment, as well as host an invited panelist who will discuss current disability related findings and events. Follow the conversation on Twitter at #nTIDElearn.

source: press release

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