Employment after Spinal Cord Injury (SCI)

Employment after SCI

The Preparing for Employment project is looking to support 50 individuals with newly acquired spinal cord injuries in employment endeavors.

Individuals will receive:

  • Access to a short, but comprehensive online curriculum about civil rights, assistive technology, employment in times of crises, and managing bureaucracy.
  • Ongoing individualized technical assistance in locating and using resources supporting your employment goals.

Individual Requirements:

  • Sustained a spinal cord injury within the past four years
  • Live in Georgia
  • Interest in returning to work or starting a new career
  • Can commit to participate in all project activities

How to apply?

Email Tracy Rackensperger   |   trackens@uga.edu

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The PFE course is a dynamic, practical approach to thinking differently about how to capture everyone’s talents for a 21st century workforce. It should be a mandatory training for all concerned with employment and disability.

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The PFE course is a great way to prepare to be reemployed after injury. The topics are extremely relevant for seeking employment in the current economy.

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