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Kurt has always pictured himself working in an office setting. When he was younger, he would imagine working at a desk, typing on a computer, and assisting others on the phone. Working towards this goal, Kurt went to Wright Business School where he graduated in 2001 with advanced honors and earned an AA degree in […]

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Can I Work While Receiving VA Disability Benefits? Honoring those who have served in our military is something we are proud to do at employU. With many military veterans comprising essential roles within our staff, we know the value veterans bring to the workforce. We have seen how ambitious, hard-working, driven, and skilled those who [...]
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Michele is an employU client who loves research and organizing information. With a Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science, she’s a jobseeker that brings a lot of valuable skills and knowledge to the table. Around the same time that Michele joined employU as a client, The Able Trust, one employU’s valued community partners, was […]

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Bradlie’s Story  Bradlie is an employU client who came to use searching for a different work environment. He had experience working in fast food restaurants but hadn’t found an atmosphere where he was comfortable yet. His Employment Specialist, Linda, got to work searching for a position that matched Bradlie’s skillset and also prioritized workplace inclusivity. […]

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Sometimes when working to achieve your own dreams, you end up helping others on their journeys as well. Christian is an employU client who experienced this when his path towards success became a path that also included the accomplishments of others, due in part to Christian’s assistance.   After Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico, Christian relocated […]

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Starting a New Career Without a New Degree The new year often brings a desire for new beginnings with it.  For some, this includes the start of a new career.  Taking a leap into anything new can be intimidating but may ultimately end up being a very crucial step to a rewarding, sustainable financial future.  [...]
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“Alone we can do little, together we can do much.” This well-known quote from Helen Keller has no doubt moved many. But as an advocate for people with disabilities and a member of the deaf-blind community herself, employU client Darlene finds this particular quote significant. Darlene explains, “[It] implies a need to be supportive and [...]
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