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Our team collaborates with your business to assess your hiring needs and how we can assist with providing candidates to meet those needs. Our services encourage people with disabilities to become active members of the workforce through meaningful employment. Candidates who are supported by our programs are dependable employees who can work in a variety of positions. Candidates are matched with your business needs based on skills determined through our pre-screening and assessment process.
Your business may choose to participate in the ETP program which provides an opportunity for the business to hire the individual as an intern paid by New York State as an hourly, temporary employee covered by the Workers' Compensation and General Liability Insurance through New York State. Upon completion of the internship, the employer agrees to consider hiring the intern.
Save money on recruitment, orientation and job training and retention with job coaching services at no cost to the employer have an impactful opportunity to fill employment needs and workflow gaps while enhancing diversity in your workforce businesses may be eligible for tax incentives.
The job coach is a staff trained to support an individual in building confidence and independence at work to ensure your employee's continued success. The job coach helps train the essential job tasks, skill development and fostering a meaningful work experience. The job coach is there on the job for support as needed by the individual and as expressed by the employer. Collaboration and communication are key values in ensuring the partnership is productive and meaningful for both the business and the employee. We are as much of a resource for the business as we are for the individual.
Check out our list of current partnerships here ! ( link to list of places where we currently have specifically with semp/pathways)
The Nicholas Center supports individuals to learn critical life skills, improve social and communication abilities, gain vocational training and jobs and engage in meaningful community projects. With a focus on creating inclusive employment opportunities, The Nicholas Center offers a Supported Employment Program, supporting individuals on the job and has been instrumental in the creation and success of micro-businesses.