Career Specialist

photo of young man working at Tencate.I’m older than 25, I’m done with school, I want a job…now what?

Every person we support is in a different place on their path to employment, so the support our Career Specialist provides will be centered around what works for you.

Getting started:

  • Most people begin discussing employment in their annual ISP meeting. If you share that you want to get a job, LCBDD’s Career Specialist will contact you to set up a meeting.
  • During the meeting, be as open as you can about where you want to work, the hours and type of job you want and the things you might need additional support with. Be honest about any questions or concerns you have.
  • If you are concerned about how working will affect your benefits, the Career Specialist can refer you for a benefits analysis.
  • The Career Specialist’s main job is to connect you with resources to meet your vocational goals. Depending on what you are looking for, you’ll have a variety of options including:

Whether you are in the process of looking for a job, learning your new duties or receiving follow along from a job coach, LCBDD’s Career Specialist is always available to you if something about your situation changes or you are interested in finding a new career. To start the process, talk to your Service Coordinator.

What if I’m in a voc-hab program?

If you are attending an adult day service and participating in their voc-hab program, a member of LCBDD”s Transition Support department will join your team, to help make sure you are  moving forward on your employment goals.  

Click here to visit see some Employment resources on our LCBDD Pinterest page.

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