National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) was originally called “National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week” when Congress, in 1945, declared the first week of October an opportunity for employers to look beyond a person’s physical limitations. In the 71 years […]
CLEE Staff from the LINCS RPDC II will present at the annual COABE conference in Dallas, TX. Presentation topics: Creating Effective Learning Environments by Gail Cope; and Critical Thinking and Numeracy in Social Media, by Aaron Kohring and Duren Thompson. Click here for more COABE info.
Visit us at the CEHHS Chalk Walk on Friday, April 8th – held on the UTK Pedestrian Walkway. Staff will be creating this image in chalk about 3 foot square from 8-noon! (Rain location – the UTK University Center).
Join CLEE Staff on August 11 from 6-8pm at the Embassy Suites in west Knoxville to ways to increase employment opportunities for people with disabilities in Knoxville. Mayor Madeline Rogero plans to attend – make your voice heard! Click on the header to register or for more information,
Center staff member Duren Thompson was a featured speaker at FlipCon 2015, on July 13-15th. Focused on “flipped learning,” her presentations highlighted the Center efforts to improve the quality of PD for adult literacy practitioners, as well as strengthen adult learners’ skills for college and career transition.
Are you a service provider or instructor who helps prepare adults to get jobs? Do you need a curriculum that addresses both employability skills (or soft skills) and academic skills? The Equipped for the Future Preparing for Work curriculum can […]
Provide your literacy learners with the skills needed for success in entry level employment – using the approaches and materials from this hands-on 1.5 day training. Click here for more information and to register online – Registration deadline is May 25th, 2015.
In partnership with the Tennessee Literacy Coalition, CLEE is currently seeking your support to enhance Math Literacy for Tennessee adults. 100% of the money you donate will go to support Tennessee literacy and CLEE’s mission to address the lifelong learning needs of all Tennesseans! Click to learn more!
October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM)! This year’s theme from the U.S. Department of Labor is “Expect. Employ. Empower.” Join CLEE’s Corporate Connections staff in celebrating though activities and events across the state.
CLEE’s Self-Advocacy Curriculum and support services assist Nashville students in making a successful transition from high school to career or college.