Employment Services

The Next Move Program

The Next Move Program, a 501 (c)(3) organization, partners with businesses to create guided internship experiences for young adults with disabilities. Our organization aims to combat the 70% unemployment rate for young adults with diverse needs in the Commonwealth. Through education and job training, we empower these individuals to achieve their goals. 80% of our graduates have gained employment or acceptance to post-secondary programming.

Together, we can give all young people—regardless of a different abilities—hope for the future.

Dr. Daria Brezinski

Daria Brezinski, PhD is a Soft Skills expert, professor, concierge anthropological psychologist, socially responsible serial entrepreneur, internationally renowned motivational speaker and author, national consultant and mentor, TV/Radio show host took an overarching, circuitous and unconventional path towards business, health, education and parenting in search of practical, logical, humane, out-of-the-box solutions to problems and issues that give meaning, purpose, value and depth to life.

The Choice Group

Founded in 1998, we have dedicated almost 20 years to helping our clients find meaningful employment as a part of a full and enriching lifestyle.  Those who encounter varying obstacles to entering the competitive work force find their efforts become more productive when paired with The Choice Group’s assistance.  Some of our client’s success is found through various state and federal resources.  We also work with school systems, insurance companies or even private referrals.  No matter where you are on your journey, we strive to help you achieve your goals of employment and self-sufficiency

Positive Vibe Cafe

Since 2004, Positive Vibe Café has trained over 1100 students, all with scholarships. The training program aims to prepare students for the work world and includes basic food service skills; is hands-on, builds self-confidence and readies students for real world employment. Graduates of our training program also acquire skills in cleaning and sanitizing, proper use of kitchen utensils, food safety, commercial dish washing, communication in a work place, interviewing, and job seeking. The program typically lasts four weeks and culminates with a graduation ceremony.

R.S.V.P.

RSVP provides rehabilitative services and vocational placement opportunities, including:

  • Situational assessment
  • Job development/placement
  • Job site training and advocacy
  • Long term follow along
  • Life skills training
  • Employment transition services
  • Medicaid Waiver Services
  • Community based enclaves
  • Professional and career counseling
  • Vocational evaluation (testing)
  • Case management
  • Behavior analysis and consultation services

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