Our Team Brings:
Masters in Vocational Rehabilitation from Western Washington University
AA in Chemical Dependency from Pierce College. Chemical Dependency Professional, CDP
Bachelors in Psychology with a minor in Sociology from Pacific Lutheran University
Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC)
We are a national employment network virtual office with new branch offices in Michigan and Texas.
Cynthia Swendsen, MA, CRC, CDP
Hello, my name is Cynthia and I'm here to assist you in building a solid foundation for employment success. I have over 15 years experience in successfully placing people with disabilities in a suitable job for long term employment and I am an authorized Social Security Ticket To Work Service Provider.
Besides employment services, as a Professional Certified Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor, I provide case management services. This includes working with your medical team (physicians, mental health provider, etc.) to help with your employment success, finding your resources should you need them and speaking with Social Security and employers.
Cat Hilgers, MEd
Hello, my name is Cat. I specialize in assisting you with navigating the world of job searching, as well as retaining your employment and promoting within a company. I have 7 years of teaching experience, 15 years of customer service experience, and 4 years of management experience. I have been an authorized Social Security Ticket to Work Employment Specialist for just over 1.5 years within the state of Arizona, and now I have decided to expand nationally. I look forward to helping you reach your employment goals.
Our vision is to become a prominent
employment service provider by
putting the needs of our clients first.
One person at a time.
Our mission is to enhance the lives of people through employment and independent living services.
Ticket To Work
The goal of the Ticket to Work Program is to give disability beneficiaries the opportunity
to achieve steady, long-term employment by providing them greater choices and
opportunities to go to work if they choose to do so. Service providers are qualified to provide employment services, vocational rehabilitation services, and other
supports that help beneficiaries enter and maintain employment.
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Employment and Vocational Services
Create an Individual Work Plan.
Identify barriers to employment.
Develop a strategic plan to maintain long term employment.
Job Seeking Skills & Training
Learn how to:
-Read and assess job ads.
-Obtain job leads.
-Prepare a resume specific to you.
-Interview for a job.
-Create your own personal interviewing portfolio.
-Assist you in finding and maintaining suitable employment
that is consistent with your vocational goals and experience.
-Work with your employer should you need reasonable and suitable accommodations.
-Work adjustment counseling and work culture training.
-Monitor your Social Security Benefits to prevent overpayment.
-Referrals to outsides resources, if needed.