Introduction to Employees with Unique Abilities - AMRoC Fab Lab, June 19 , 6:30pm
AMRoc Fab Lab joins with the Business Center for Diversity and Inclusion (BCDI) to cohost disability awareness training for business owners and hiring managers in manufacturing. Funded through the Florida Department of Education, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, this one hour session teaches business about the “under the radar” talent pool of job seekers with Unique Abilities, as well as to learn about Florida Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) no-fee services for employers to help them connect with this underutilized talent pool.

This introductory session will be held at AMRoC Fab Lab at 2149 University Square Mall, Tampa FL 33612 , on June 19th at 6:30pm. A minimum of 12 participants is required in order for this program to be held. Deadline to register is June 14, 2019. There is no cost for this or any BCDI training programs. Light snacks and refreshments will be available.

Visit thebcdi.com to learn more about the Business Center for Diversity and Inclusion. Visit AMROCFabLab.com to learn more about the Advanced Manufacturing & Robotics Center (AMR0C) Fab Lab.

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All program participants must adhere to the AMRoC Code of Conduct and agree to the Program Participation Waiver found here: https://amroctampabay.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/FCDI-AMRoC-Code-of-Conduct-Agreement-and-Participation-Waiver.pdf
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