A guide helping educators, transition specialists, workforce development professionals, family members, and youth to understand employers' needs, circumstances, and perspectives as they establish work-based learning experiences. This publication, part of the "Essential Tools" series, features the experiences of employers in their own words. Eleven employers from various fields write about how they became involved in providing work experiences for youth with disabilities, what made it work, and what they recommend to individuals and organizations representing youth.
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Luecking, Richard G.
In Their Own Words - Employer Perspectives on Youth with Disabilities in the Workplace (NCSET Essential Tools).
University of Minnesota, Institute on Community Integration, National Center on Secondary Education and Transition (NCSET).
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