On July 28, the second class of D.C. Youth Workforce Leaders Academy (YWLA) graduated from the 10-month professional development program co-led by IEL and the DC Alliance of Youth Advocates.
The George Washington University received grant for a master's program to help students with brain injury and autism, which meets the IEL-led National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability for Youth's Guideposts for Success.
Today, we celebrate the 26th anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). In the past 26 years, America has taken many steps forward in transforming the experiences of people with disabilities.
Many students enter postsecondary education lacking the personal skills and knowledge they need to achieve their education and career goals. A new guide provides strategies for postsecondary professionals to improve student success.
IEL and East Carolina University hosted the 2016 Summer Leadership Learning Exchange in Greenville, N.C.as part of IEL’s Leaders for Today and Tomorrow initiative.