Center for Literacy, Education & Employment

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville


Knoxville “Community Conversation” on Employment for People with Disabilities

Community conversationWhen: 6-8:15 pm, August 11, 2015

Where: Embassy Suites, 9621 Parkside Dr., Knoxville, TN  37922

Who’s Invited: All members of the Knoxville community

Why Attend: To share and discuss ways to increase employment opportunities for people with disabilities in Knoxville.

How do I register:

The Knoxville Area Employment Consortium (KAEC), Tennesseeworks, and Vanderbilt Kennedy Center are hosting a Knoxville “Community Conversation” to discuss employment for people with disabilities. These Community Conversations have been conducted throughout the state – resulting in great feedback from community members and the development of successful strategies to increase employment opportunities for people with disabilities in the local communities.

Community Conversation Knoxville Flyer – Please pass the word!

All members of the community are welcome to participate – Knoxville Mayor, Madeline Rogero plans to join in! As KAEC members, CLEE Center staff Mike Sass, Tina Jones and Stephanie Cowherd are helping to plan and facilitate this event.  Look for them there!


Madeline Rogero


Stephanie Cowherd


Mike Sass


Tina Jones





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