Center for Employment

Employment

Little City’s Center for Employment & Business Opportunities provides opportunities at Little City and at local businesses to allow individuals to take charge of their lives and learn the importance of working and interacting with others.

About Center for Employment

Little City’s Center for Employment and Business Opportunities provides job coaching, skill building, job readiness, career exploration and industry specific training to help adults with disabilities find and maintain successful employment. All of the adults who receive residential services at Little City are supported in one of two employment and training programs. Additionally, the program accepts community participants who receive Department of Human Services (DHS) funding.

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Impact

Little City Center for Employment

HELP SUPPORT ADULTS

In 2014, more than 1,000 volunteers worked on one-time and ongoing projects, giving time and skills to help support children and adults served at Little City.

Little City Center for Employment and Business Opportunities

Unique Benefits for Your Business

Businesses that employ people with disabilities turn social issues into business opportunities. These opportunities translate into lower costs, higher revenue and increased profits.

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You Can Help

You can help provide vital assistance to individuals in need. See if you’re a good fit with us.

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Community Employment Program

The community employment program assists individuals in obtaining and maintaining successful employment with a local business through job assessments, job training, on-site supports for an individual or a small group of individuals, transportation to the work site and assistance to available entitlements.

On-Campus Employment Program

The on-campus employment program assists individuals with optimizing their work skills, work habits and maximizes productivity and quality performance through long-term and paid work opportunities, supported work environment, assessment of job preferences, linkage to additional services and assistance to maintain and enhance daily living and social skills.

Little City solicits subcontract work in the areas of assembly, packaging, collating, shredding and inspection in order to offer work-skill development as well as paid wages. The Center also offers a variety of educational and experiential activities, based on the preferred choices of the participants.

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“Little City uses an affirming message – that it’s a good world, there’s a place for my kids in the world and Little City will help them find it.”

Rachel, mother of children receiving home-based support services