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CDE Announcements

CDE Billboards Grace the Nation’s Highways

If you’ve been driving the nation’s highways in recent months, you might have caught a glimpse of the CDE’s billboard campaign. In honor of the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the CDE made its billboard artwork available to outdoor advertising companies to fill their unused space across the country. This resulted in 95 placements in numerous markets. If you happen to spot one of the billboards, please let us know!

ODEP Celebrates 20th Anniversary

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP), which funds the CDE, is celebrating “20 Years of Driving Change and Creating Opportunity” throughout 2021. Visit ODEP’s website to learn about its history, its authorizing legislation, and its many accomplishments and initiatives since its establishment. The site also hosts the “Driving Change, Creating Opportunity” blog series, a yearlong look at ODEP’s first two decades and how those years will inform the future. Officially established in 2001, ODEP is the only non-regulatory federal agency that promotes policies and coordinates with employers and all levels of government to increase workplace success for people with disabilities.

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8 hours ago
Thank you Denise Rozell from @AUCDNews for including CDE Member @AskEARN's new #COVID19 resources webpage in the "Announcements from the Field of Disability Employment" section of today's #nTIDE Lunch and Learn webinar. Check it out at
8 hours ago
Excited to be joining CDE Supporter @KesslerFdn, @UNHIOD, @disabilitystats, and @AUCDNews for today's #nTIDE Lunch and Learn webinar on #DisabilityEmployment.
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Kessler Foundation @KesslerFdn
#FREE webinar, March 5, 12PM ET. Learn about careers in the arts for people with disabilities. Guest speaker is Betty Siegel, director of VSA & Accessibility at the @kencen Register:
Collaborators: @disabilitystats @UNHIOD @AUCDNews
12 hours ago
Meet Victoria Queyquep, a donor engagement specialist for CDE Supporter @KesslerFdn’s development team. Victoria, who has a #SCI is a graduate of @montclairstateu. She also had an internship with the @ReeveFoundation. #PhotoFriday CDETweets photo
1 day ago
The National Center for Disability Entrepreneurship at the @ViscardiCenter empowers aspiring #entrepreneurs with disabilities with the skills they need for start-up success. This online program is free to selected applicants. Apply by March 22, 2021. CDETweets photo
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CDE Member @AskEARN’s new #COVID19 resources page has information to help employers protect the health & safety of their employees during the pandemic. It also explores the intersection between the pandemic & practices for creating inclusive workplaces. CDETweets photo
2 days ago
CDE Member @AskEARN is celebrating #WorldHearingDay by sharing resources from CDE Member @JANatJAN.
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According to @WHO, 466 million people worldwide have #HearingLoss, and according to @HLAA, that includes 48 million Americans. Learn how to accommodate employees with hearing loss by visiting @JANatJAN. #WorldHearingDay

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