[wisconsin] Disabilities at work radio
Schneider, Katherine S.
SCHNEIKS at uwec.edu
Wed Mar 17 05:38:16 GMT 2010
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Announcing: Disabilities At Work Internet Talk Radio Live - Every Wednesday at Noon EST
Disabilities At Work (DAW) Internet Talk Radio focuses on broad areas of interest to people with disabilities, their advocates, and employers. The show is searching for topics, ideas, suggestions, sponsors, comments, or speakers.
DAW Radio spotlights businesses that go 'beyond compliance' in finding and hiring qualified people with disabilities, or who support people with disabilities through philanthropy or in other ways. The show features corporate VIPs, successful service providers, educators, people with disabilities who have interesting stories, authors, researchers, government officials, elected representatives, and celebrities who have reasons to be involved.
Debuting on April 14, 2010, on the VoiceAmerica Business Channel, the show will air every Wednesday at Noon EST. Look for weekly emails about show topics and speakers.
Join our Tweem on Twitter at DisabilitiesAt <http://twitter.com/DisabilitiesAt> . Friend us on Facebook at Disabilities At Work <http://www.facebook.com/search/?q=disabilities+at+work&init=quick#!/profile.php?id=1154308499&ref=search&sid=1476892758.2890381007..1> . Find out more at www.DisabilitiesAtWork.org, including how your organization can be featured on DAW radio.
Please contact Disabilities At Work via email at info at DisabilitiesAtWork.org or on Twitter or Facebook for consideration of your suggestions and ideas.
Be sure to tune in to
Disabilities At Work Radio
every Wednesday at
Noon EST on VoiceAmerica.
Call: 908-975-3211 or
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Katherine Schneider, Ph.D.
Senior Psychologist, Emerita
University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
schneiks at uwec.edu
I'm interested in the fact that the less secure a man is, the more likely he is to have extreme prejudice. - - Clint Eastwood
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