The Skills Center is built upon relationships—individuals, families, businesses, referral agencies, funders—all working together to increase competitive work opportunities for people with disabilities in our region.
Vocational Training Partners
We partner with inclusive-minded, forward-thinking businesses to create our vocational programs. From these partnerships come real opportunities for meaningful, immediate work for our students—and skilled, dedicated workers for our partners. It is a win-win that is positively affecting businesses and individuals throughout the metro area.
Our current vocational training partners include:
Competitive Employment Partners
If you represent a business that is ready to hire inclusively but is not ready to undertake a structured vocational training program, our competitive employment program may be a better match for you. Contact us today to discuss your willingness to have individuals with disabilities explore work or work for your business.
If you would like to discuss a potential partnership, please contact us today.
“What we’ve experienced with the BCI Skills Center graduates so far—the care, the want-to, the concern—it’s obvious with them. And the knock-on effect is that it’s infectious. Their care, their concern, their passion has had a contagious effect on non-disabled True team members, which is fantastic.”