JCI provides various employment services for individuals with disabilities through a partnership with the NC Department of Vocational Rehabilitation. Find your local VR office here, or contact us for more information.
Community-Based Work Adjustment Training (CBWA) is a paid work-based training opportunity meant to improve soft skills and competitive soft skills.
JCI assists individuals in finding and keeping jobs of their choice in their communities.
JCI provides these services in three phases:
Job Development: JCI works to help individuals find a job of their choice in their community. Staff assists with resume creation, job search, interviewing preparation, etc., and partners with local employers.
Job Supports: One-on-one training is provided at job sites to ensure all job duties are mastered independently.
Follow-up: JCI provides regular follow-up services to ensure that individuals have the supports and resources to maintain employment.
Community-Based Assessment (CBA) is a service that evaluates an individual's work skills, work tolerance, and job-related behaviors. These answer questions related to each person's interests, capabilities, needed job support, and other factors associated with achieving a successful job match.