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2019 National Disability Employment Awareness Month Presidential Proclamation

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National Disability Employment Awareness Month is a time to celebrate the contributions of Americans with disabilities to our country’s workforce and economic strength.  We also reaffirm our commitment to fostering opportunity for Americans of all abilities to apply their skills and talents in the workplace as they pursue their dreams. Thanks to my Administration’s economic…

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National Organization on Disability’s (NOD) Annual Forum and Dinner

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What does it really mean to accommodate? Technology, Facilities, Managers, Training What does the emerging talent need? What are the learning styles that companies need to really understand for the emerging workforce? What is expected from the federal contracts today and tomorrow? What does it mean to hire, retain and promote? Why is it harder…

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Epilepsy Foundation Strengthens its Impact in Southern California with New Chapter in Orange County

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Foundation to Serve More than 38,000 People Living with Epilepsy in the CountyFoundation to Serve More than 38,000 People Living with Epilepsy in the County Monday, July 29, 2019 ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. — The Epilepsy Foundation is strengthening its impact in Southern California with the creation of a new chapter in Orange County with dedicated staff…

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DiversityComm, Inc. Adds “DOBE” to List of Minority Business Certifications

DiversityComm, Inc. Adds “DOBE” to List of Minority Business Certifications

DiversityComm, Inc. (DCI), the publisher of six diversity-inclusion focused magazines—Black EOE Journal, HISPANIC Network Magazine, Professional WOMAN’S Magazine, Diversity in STEAM, U.S. Veterans Magazine and DIVERSEability Magazine—is known for its signature celebrity, advocacy-focused cover stories. Now DCI demonstrates its commitment to inclusion by announcing that, along with its WBENC certification, it is now certified by…

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An Engineer in Mind and Spirit

An Engineer in Mind and Spirit

Unable to read until age 16, Raytheon’s Kristy Mandigo overcame disabilities to build a stellar career. Born with partial paralysis, portions of her brain missing and spastic cerebral palsy, and later diagnosed with epilepsy, Mandigo wasn’t expected to graduate from elementary school and didn’t learn how to read until she was sixteen. “School district officials…

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Engage with like-minded businesses to learn how to promote inclusion of people with disabilities, including transitioning veterans.

The OFCCP changes to Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act makes membership in Disability:In’s affiliates an excellent opportunity to stay abreast of the latest information and the opportunity to network and learn from other members.

Being a member sends a message to the community that your business is committed to including people with disabilities in the workforce and B2B.

Disability:In’s Southern California affiliate offers networking opportunities and resources to brand and enhance your disability inclusion. Call us at 949-825-5777 if interested in becoming a member! Or contact us via email: info@disabilityinsocal.org