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Handouts and Resources

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These handouts have been developed by Robbin and Associates.  They are being posted on this website as a public service. We want the appropriate parties to be able to use them in their programs without charge. These handouts are under the copyright of Robbin and Associates. People from nonprofit or government agencies may download and copy these handouts for use with their program participants, but not for any other purpose. The Robbin and Associates copyright must appear on any copies. You can also edit or change the handouts to suit your needs. All other entities such as for profit organizations, consultants, trainers, program designers, associations etc. must request permission to download and use the handouts.

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Almost all of the workshops presented by Larry Robbin come with a packet of handouts like these that you can use the next day in your program without any additional charge. You can use them on an on-going basis. These handouts are powerful tools that will help to transform the people you serve by building motivation, overcoming barriers and closing the gap with the labor market. These tools are not available outside of the training Larry provides. So if you want more tools like these, bring a Larry Robbin workshop to your program now!

Helpful Resources

Employer perspectives on the young adult workforce development system in New York City

What works in employment programs for at-risk youth?

Translating military experience into civilian skills

What makes workforce programs successful?

Career exploration for youth

Networking for low income populations

Information on nontraditional skilled blue collar jobs for women

 

ONE OUT OF FOUR JOB SEEKERS HAS THIS HIDDEN BARRIER TO EMPLOYMENT!
According to the Department of Labor and National Employment Law Project, one out of four Americans has a criminal record on file somewhere! Do you know the best practices for helping people overcome this obstacle to employment? Click here to Download the Reentry and Employment Resource List

 

DISPELLING THE MYTHS ABOUT HIRING PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
This excellent booklet published by the US Chamber of Commerce will help show employers the profitable realities of hiring people with disabilities and dispel many of the fears and untruths that are common in the business community. Click here to Download Booklet

 

FREE SOFT SKILLS RESOURCES

 

OVER 1000 FREE ONLINE SKILL BUILDING LESSONS FOR JOB SEEKERS AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT STAFF!
Goodwill Community Foundation and Goodwill International of Eastern North Carolina have put together an outstanding collection of tutorials, videos, interactives and other types of free lessons covering an amazing array of topics that can help build basic and advanced skills. This is an incredible resource! http://www.gcflearnfree.org

 

JOB ACCOMMODATION NETWORK
A huge diverse resource that includes information about how various disabilities can be accommodated and other information. Join the email list. http://www.jan.wvu.edu

 

NATIONAL CENTER ON WORKFORCE AND DISABILITY
A wealth of Information of interest to employment programs. Get on their email lists.
For information regarding bringing Larry Robbin training and consulting on disability related topics to your organization contact Robbin and Associates by clicking here.

Adult: http://www.onestops.info

Youth: http://www.ncwd-youth.info

 

SEATTLE JOBS INITIATIVE REPORT ON SOFT SKILLS
For information regarding bringing the Larry Robbin staff training Soft Skills are Success Skills! How to Teach Them to the Hard-to-Employ! to your organization contact Robbin and Associates by clicking here.

 

REACHING ALL JOB SEEKERS:
Employment Programs for Hard-to-Employ Populations

 

ENDING CHRONIC HOMELESSNESS THROUGH EMPLOYMENT AND HOUSING
http://www.csh.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Report_CHETA_ProgamPolicy_Handbook.pdf

 

NATIONAL REENTRY RESOURCE CENTER
http://csgjusticecenter.org/

 

CENTER FOR SOCIAL POLICY REPORT – PROMOTING BEST PRACTICES FOR REENTRY AND EMPLOYMENT
http://www.cssp.org/policy/papers/Promoting-Workforce-Strategies-for-Reintegrating-Ex-Offenders.pdf

 

For information regarding bringing Larry Robbin staff training and management consulting to your organization on the topics of improving employment outcomes for people in reentry, people that are homeless and people that are hard-to-employ contact Robbin and Associates by clicking here.

 

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