When the Career Counseling Training Session dates are confirmed, begin the DORS Career Counseling Training Session Preparation Activities listed in the attached checklist.
As part of the preparation activities, download this document and complete the fill-in fields. Print a sufficient number of copies of the entire packet and give to each employee who requires this career counseling to complete in advance of the training session.
As part of the preparation activities, download this document and complete the fill-in fields with 14(c) certificate holder program name, and local resource information, as applicable, for each information and referral "Think About . . ." topic area. Print a sufficient number of copies of the entire packet for each worker to receive one on the day of the DORS Career Counseling Session.
This Q & A is available for 14(c) certificate holders to give to their employees who require career counseling so that their employers may remain in compliance with WIOA while earning less than minimum wage. An overview of career counseling is provided, as well as instructions on how workers in need of career counseling can receive the service via video.
This video is provided for individuals earning subminimum wage who require career counseling, information and referral services in order for their employers to remain compliant with WIOA requirements during the interim between DORS group career counseling sessions. Individuals are advised to watch this video with other interested parties, such as parents, legal guardians, and/or Social Security representative payees. Before watching the video, individuals will answer several questions so that DORS can send a Proof of Service letter to the individual. The individual can either give that letter to his or her employer or give DORS permission to send the letter to the employer to document that career counseling, information, and referral services were received.
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The Vocational Rehabilitation program receives 78.7% of its funding through a grant from the U.S. Department of Education. For Federal fiscal year 2019, the total amount of grant funds awarded were $47,197,460. The remaining 21.3% of the costs ($12,773,900) were funded by State appropriations.