Guide to Business-Branded Internships

Posted by randee chafkin - On January 15, 2011 (EST)

The US Business Leadership Network (BLN) has just issued a "Guide to Business-Branded Internships."

The US BLN is the national disability organization that serves as the collective voice of over 60 BLN affiliates across North America, representing 5,000 employers. The USBLN: recognizes and supports best practices in the employment and advancement of people with disabilities; the preparedenss for work of youth and students with disabilities; and contracting with vendors with disabilities through the development and certification of disability-owned businesses

The USBLN affiliates are business organizations headed by a lead employer who exemplifies best practices and shares experiences with other members-employers-within the state or region. These activities include career fairs, disability mentoring and internship, programs, and training programs, including disability business etiquette, accommodation, and other disability issues significant to employers.

The USBLN belives the inclusion of students with disabilities is essential to assist business in preparing a talented and diversified American workforce to take on tomorrow's challenges. The USBLN created the TOWER Initiative to be proactive in providing students with disabilities,as well as businesses, the tools on work and employment readiness necessary to meet the demands of employers.

Through the TOWER Initiative, the USBLN created this Toolkit to help employers include students with disabilities in new or existing internship programs.

For more information about the USBLN visit: www.usbln.org.



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