November 1, 2015

Able-Disabled Advocacy ANNOUNCES$3.2 Million U.S. Dept. of Labor Grant & Kick-Off for National Apprenticeship Week

SAN DIEGO — Able-Disabled Advocacy, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Labor, announces that the organization has been awarded a $3.2 million grant for apprenticeship expansion in new industries and occupations and will hold a press conference with San Diego County Supervisor Greg Cox to kick-off the first annual National Apprenticeship Week. Find out more information here



This program is designed to assist jobseekers by providing advanced training leading to attainment of IT certifications.

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Homeless Veterans Techworks

This program is open to Veterans living on the street or in shelters or transitional housing who are interested in improving their skills and becoming employed and self-supporting.

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VetWORKS for Transitioning Military

The mission of our VetWORKS program is to "provide customized services and training that enhance the job skills learned by the military, as well as assist Veterans / spouses to develop new skills for jobs in high growth / high wage technology related occupations."

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San Diego CONNECTS for Youth

This is a general career counseling program where we assist youth in identifying career goals based on their strengths and interests.

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Mission Statement

Able-Disabled Advocacy's mission is "to provide vocational skills training and educational advancement for youth and adults with disabilities and to assist them in finding employment and overcoming barriers to personal and financial self-sufficiency." - Since 1975