Resources

 

WIOA / ASISTS Training - March 6, 2017 (PowerPoint): WIOA / ASISTS Combined Training

Rosemary Matt, NYS Director of Accountability (Adult Education) & Kate Tornese, ASISTS

 

 

NRS / WIOA / ASISTS WEBINAR: Information regarding the policy changes to NRS/WIOA and a preview of the ASISTS software changes.  It is VERY IMPORTANT  that you and your data teams review this webinar BEFORE Tuesday, February 7th when the new software changes will go live from ASISTS.  The information is important for all NYSED funded programs including ALE, WIOA/WIA, WEP, and EPE.

 

 

It is Post Testing Season! Power Point (January 2017)

 

 

NYSED

 

Program Managers Meetings

 

 

ALECC

ASISTS

CASAS

Digital Literacy

Disability Awareness

Distance Learning

EL Civics

English as a Second Language

Financial Literacy

GRASP

Health Literacy

HSE

Learning Disabilities

National Workforce Readiness Credential

NRS

NYACCE

Skills Tutor

SMART

TABE

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Bridge Program Video

Bridge Budget Request Fac Sheet (March 10, 2016)

 

 

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Ability to Benefit: Webinar Recording and Resources

JFF-CLASP-Ability-to-Benefit

Webinar and Call for Questions on Ability to Benefit

Thank you for your interest in the Webinar and Call for Questions on Ability to Benefit! Jobs for the Future and CLASP are committed to keeping the field up to date on strategies for helping students utilize this key financial aid provision. We invite you to go to JFF’s Ability to Benefit resource page for the webinar recording, materials, and access to additional information. We will be keeping the page updated with additional examples of how states and colleges are using ATB as well as resources on helping students access and succeed in college. You are also encouraged to visit CLASP’s ATB resource page, which has example guidance letters and other ATB-related information.


Thank you, 
JFF and CLASP

www.jff.org

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Professional Development Opportunities

 

Additional Links

  • US 2010 Census
    http://2010.census.gov/2010census/popmap/
  • US Civics and Citizenship Online
    www.uscis.gov
  • EngageNY.org
  • ADA Northeast Center
    http://www.ilr.cornell.edu/edi/dbtacnortheast/index.cfm
  • ADA Information Line
    800-514-0301 (voice) 800-514-0383 (TDD)
  • Department of Justice ADA Website
    www.ada.gov
    For requirements under the ADA and for clear explanations of various provisions of the ADA, this site offers information and links to helpful material.
  • Office of Disability Employment Policy
    www.dol.gov/odep/
    This website provides information on employment policy issues for people with disabilities. It also has information on recruiting, hiring and retaining employees with disabilities. Categories include Youth, Employment Supports, and information on the workforce.
  • Job Accommodations Network
    www.jan.wvu.edu/media/jobdescriptions.html
    This site gives advice on accommodation implementation, model job interview procedures and associated materials.
  • Workforce One Centers
    www.labor.state.ny.us/workforcenypartners/wfnyp_index.shtm
    This site provides information to businesses, workers and job seekers that will enable them to access and better understand the system. It also provides access to information, technical assistance, resources and funding opportunities that will enable local workforce investment area staff, one-stop partners and other workforce professionals to help build a better workforce development system.
  • Cornell Northeast ADA & IT Center
    www.northeastada.org
    This site includes relevant state and local laws and codes. The ADA & IT Center can provide an on-site Access Survey, has a technical support section, and supplies quarterly technical bulletins as well as other written material.
  • National Organization on Disability
    www.nod.org
    A general website on disability issues, national activity and accommodations.
  • New York State Commission on Human Rights
    www.dhr.state.ny.us
    This commission can help people with disabilities who think they may have been discriminated against in housing, employment and education. This is also a good website with information to help people with disabilities understand their rights.

 

Publications

 

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