Envision Work 2013 Application

Introduction
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EnVision Work Eligibility and Application Process 

EnVision Work is a two-year experience supporting youth and young adults, age 16 to 24 and their families to develop a vision for employment and to identify strategies to achieve those goals. Along with completing online learning modules, students and family members will participate in four quarterly workshops per year.  The student and family members will also participate in Person-Centered Employment Planning sessions. Students will receive a Certificate of Completion along with an employment plan and a personal portfolio reflecting the work completed. 

Eligibility Criteria  

The applicant must,

  • Have a strong desire to obtain employment
  • Be between the age of 16 and 24 at the start of the program on May 10, 2013
  • Be eligible for or have received a high school diploma or equivalent
  • Have a documented Visual Impairment
  • Have the ability to complete assignments with minimal support
  • Be willing to participate in:
  •            Online learning modules and discussions
  •            Person Centered Employment Planning with family participation
  •            Community based vocational exploration
  •            Employment assignments and experiences
  •            Pre and Post Outcome Evaluation Survey

Application Process:             

  • Applications are due by April 10, 2013.
  • A limited number of applicants will be admitted each year. Not all applicants who complete the application and meet the criteria for admission will be accepted to EnVision Work.
  • Applicants will be notified of their acceptance by Wednesday, May 1, 2013.

For questions Contact Kate Ray by phone at 474-4431 or email kray@ric.edu