Last week 29 youth in the Monroe transition program tackled resume writing and job searching. We’re so proud of this crew and all their hard work!! Thanks to staff member Tennery McCutcheon for making this program so fantastic!Read More Youth in Monroe Tackle Resumes
The media portrays disability in all kinds of ways — sometimes positive, sometimes negative, and sometimes just plain wrong. This summer, youth in our Girl Talk support and social group examined the issue in a variety of tv, movie, and other forms. Here, they gave kudos to the tv show, “Glee” for its portrayal of the character, Artie.Read More Girl Talk Debates Disability in the Media
Thank you to everyone who came out to join us Wednesday for our spring open house, “Growing Forward.” It was a privilege and honor to host over 100 valued partners and supporters from around the Ann Arbor, Livingston, and Monroe communities. Visitors toured our refreshed spaces (including fresh carpet and newly painted building!), learned about our extensive services, and chatted with staff and Board members. Jacqueline Kaufman, associate professor and director of the division of… Thanks for a Great Open House!Read More Thanks for a Great Open House!
Good morning, out of concern for the safety of our community members and team during this snowy day the Ann Arbor CIL will be closed all day Friday, February 9. All Friday events and activities are cancelled as well. We wish you all a safe and warm day.Read More Ann Arbor CIL Office Closure 2/9/18
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 ResumeRead More How to Write the Perfect Combination Resume