Award recipients will be honored at the 23rd Annual Disability Employment Awareness Month Celebration which will be a hybrid event on Wed., Oct. 11
VANCOUVER – Businesses and individuals who are making a difference in the lives of people with developmental and/or intellectual disabilities will be honored at the Disability Employment Awareness Awards.
Award recipients will be honored at the 23rd Annual Disability Employment Awareness Month Celebration which will be a hybrid event on Wednesday, Oct. 11. The in person/ virtual ceremony runs from 5 to 6 p.m., with in-person networking taking place 4:30-5:00 p.m. The in-person event will be at Gaiser Hall at Clark College, 1933 Fort Vancouver Way.
Awards will go to a large employer, small employer and an employee with a developmental or intellectual disability as well as people being honored for their extraordinary service to those with developmental or intellectual disabilities.
The awards honor the role people with developmental disabilities have in helping achieve a dynamic, productive workforce and recognize those in the business community who have demonstrated leadership in employing people with developmental or intellectual disabilities.
For more information or sponsorship opportunities, please contact Emily Harris at email@example.com or (503) 750-9776.
Information provided by Clark Co. WA Communications.
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