2021 Grant Recipients
Project: Title I Employment Education for Employers and Individuals and Reverse Job Fair
Easterseals Crossroads will provide training on Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act to employers and individuals with disabilities related to employment issues and workplace accommodations. Employers will also receive disability awareness training and an overview of the myths and facts about employing people with disabilities. Employers will be provided with an opportunity to meet job candidates for openings within their companies in a Reverse Job Fair hosted at Easterseals Crossroads.
Project: Increasing Transportation and Mobility Accessibility Opportunities for All
The City of Bloomington’s Council for Community Accessibility (CCA) will host a public event on transportation and mobility in the Bloomington community. This event will allow attendees to consider accessibility as it relates to traveling between employment, recreation, and living opportunities in and around Bloomington. After an information session with a speaker from national organization on accessible transporation, small groups will explore areas of interest looking out for barriers and potential approaches to expanding access beyond the established Bloomington Transit, Rural Transit, and other transportation options. Following the small group exploration activity, attendees will return to share their experiences and discuss their suggestions. CCA will provide a report to city and county leaders and others.
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