1. § 32-22-3.11.1 - Statewide Business Development Services
  2. § 32-22-3.11.2 - Community Based Job Tryout (LINCS Through AbilityWorks)
  3. § 32-22-3.11.3 - On-The-Job Training
  4. § 32-22-3.11.4 - Work Opportunity Tax Credit
  5. § 32-22-3.11.5 - Workforce Investment Act (WIA)
  6. § 32-22-3.11.6 - WIA Employability Skills Training Program
  7. § 32-22-3.11.7 - Workforce Investment Act Youth Disability Coordinator

Current through December 27, 2021

The Agency is dedicated to the achievement of a quality employment outcome for every client consistent with his/her unique strengths, resources, priorities, interests, needs, concerns, abilities, capabilities, and informed choice.

The Agency specializes in seeking employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities. As such, every staff member is expected to be involved in the business development process. Statewide Business Development Services staff focuses on employer development and work with Agency VR counselors to establish the relationships necessary to facilitate placement of clients.

Although the VR counselor has the primary responsibility for placement of the client, the Agency has several avenues to assist the counselor in this effort.

* Statewide Business Development Services

* Community Based Job Tryout (LINCS)

* On-the-Job Training

* Work Opportunity Tax Credit

* Employability Skills Training for Youth

* Workforce Investment Act Youth Disability Coordinator

* Workforce Investment Network (WIN) Job Centers


32 Miss. Code. R. § 22-3.11

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