Monthly Archives: June 2017

How to Write the Perfect Combination Resume

6/21/2017

Getting the job of your dreams often begins with writing the perfect resume. This is as true if it’s the first job you ever apply for, as it is for those of you returning to work after a career break due to illness or accident. Creating your resume is a golden opportunity to make a first impression that leaves your potential employers eager to get you into the interview room. Don’t let that chance go… How to Write the Perfect Combination Resume

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Job Applications and Resumes

6/19/2017

Join our presenters   Elise Hall, HR Professional and Cheranissa Roach IL & Employment Specialist for the 2nd workshop of a 3 part series. Job Applications and Resume Thursday June 22, 2017 4pm-5:30pm Create a wining resume Creating a cover letter that sings “Hire me!” Why you still need to complete the job application versus listing see resume RSVP to careerservices@aacil.org with your name and phone number. Any questions or to request accommodations, email careerservices@aacil.org.… Job Applications and Resumes

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Job Fair Prep Day

6/16/2017

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A JOB? Then you’re invited to drop by during our Final Prep Day to get registered for our upcoming invite-only job fair on June 27, 2017, 10am-1pm. Tuesday, June 20th 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM at: Sauk Trail Pointe (in the computer lab/community room) 928 W. Michigan Ave.Ypsilanti, MI 48197 The job fair is on Tuesday, June 27th – Doors open at 10:00 am for registered job seekers. We will give… Job Fair Prep Day

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SILC Forum on Disabilities

6/14/2017

Public Forum: Disabilities June 14, 2017 2-5pm Ann Arbor Center for Independent Living 3941 Research Park Dr. Ann Arbor, Mi 48108 Gathering input for Michigan’s Common Disability Agenda – Identify priorities for Michigan’s future – Make recommendations for policy change or new programs and supports – Share what’s important to you. Who should attend? – people with disabilities – family members – policy makers – providers – advocates – caregivers *Refrain from wearing fragrances to… SILC Forum on Disabilities

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Summer Food Service Program

6/12/2017

Meet Up and Eat Up Food Gatherers sponsors the Summer Food Service Program for children in Washtenaw County. Free meals will be made available to children 18 years of age and under or persons up to the age of 26 who are enrolled in an educational program for the mentally or physically disabled that is recognized by the State or local public educational agency. For more information, please contact the Summer Food Team at summerfood@foodgatherers.org or… Summer Food Service Program

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Special Needs Trust and Financial Planning

6/12/2017

Special Needs Trust and Financial Planning Have You Ever Wondered How to Set Up a Special Needs Trust? Join us for a discussion with S12arah Schairbaum, a local attorney specializing in Special Needs Financial Planning from the office of Elizabeth Warren, PLLC. When: Tuesday June 20th, 1:00-2:00 P.M. Where: 3941 Research Park Dr. Ann Arbor MI, 48108 To RSVP or to request accommodations, email info@aacil.org Special Needs Trust Flyer

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Girl Talk

6/11/2017

Girl Talk Girl Talk is a social/support group for young women with disabilities ages 14-26. This summer, we will be building personal skills and strengthening friendships through a variety of fun and interactive activities! Topics include: Understanding Diversity and Appreciation of others through different forms of Art, including Cooking/Baking, Personal Visioning, Poetry, Music, and Film Meetings with take place on Wednesday Evenings from 6-7:30 PM on the following dates: June 21 & 28 July 12 & 19… Girl Talk

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