Career Counseling Information and Referral Webinars
Note: In addition to the webinars, participants will need to engage in a follow-up discussion with their employment service provider to complete the Follow-Up Information and Referral Form (see Webinar Resources). This should be done in conjunction with each webinar/ every cycle of career counseling. The form should be place in their employment file with a copy of their Certificate of Attendance.
Video Webinar Recordings
This webinar is shorter and more basic in the information it conveys. It is intended for individuals who may not benefit from Session 101 or Session 102.
Introduction to Community Employment: Let's Talk About Work! (Basic)
Watch Introduction Video
Introduction Session PowerPoint
Community Employment: Let's Talk About Work! (Session 101)This webinar is a great starting point for individuals who need career counseling. Because it is archived, it can be repeated as needed, should someone benefit from revisiting the information covered.
Watch Session 101 Video
Session 101 PowerPoint
Community Employment: Let's Talk About Work Again! (Session 102)Intended for individuals who have already viewed Session 101, this webinar provides information that expands on career exploration and discovery.
Watch Session 102 Video
Session 102 PowerPoint
Webinar ResourcesThe resources in the links listed are the instructions for the sessions, forms to be filled out, and other related material for the sessions.
- Sign-In Sheet for Proctoring Employers
- Follow-Up Information Referral and Discussion Form
- Parent-Guardian Information Letter
- Referral for Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services
- Session and Proctor Instructions
- All Webinar Resources
We still encourage employers who are hosting or proctoring individual or group viewings of any career counseling sessions to invite parents/guardians, case manager/care coordinators, and supportive friends of employees to attend the session with them. It will be important that individuals have adequate support to participate, capture any questions/comments, and engage in the follow-up discussion to identify appropriate next steps.
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