Who We Help: Job Seekers

Getting a job is tough.

Getting a job when people see you as “different,” is even tougher. And sometimes getting the job is just the beginning of your challenges.

That’s why Greenleaf Job Training Services is here. We help you overcome personal challenges as well as other people’s prejudices to achieve a better life for yourself. We do this by providing the education, training, and support you need to get and keep the job you want.

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We help people with significant barriers to employment find jobs they love.


Often, you can do the same job any "normal" person can, you just need what we call reasonable accommodations. This means you may need a stool to sit on, modified equipment to use, or extended training (to name a few examples). We help you and prospective employers understand what your capabilities are, what reasonable accommodations you need, and how you both can benefit from working together. Our services are available to all individuals who face significant barriers to employment.



For Individuals With Physical Disabilities

For Individuals With Physical Disabilities

We’ll help you learn how to evaluate job descriptions and job sites to determine which ones are most appropriate for you. You can experience work trials to help you gauge your capabilities and what accommodations you may need. We can also help you educate your new employer and co-workers about your disability and how, with a few reasonable accommodations, you can get the job done. Most importantly, though, at Greenleaf you will receive support from people who understand what you are going through and who'll encourage you along the way.



For Individuals With Visual or Hearing Impairments

For Individuals With Visual or Hearing Impairments

From filling out job applications to conducting in-person interviews, we help you communicate with prospective employers. If needed, we will provide transportation for you to and from interviews then aid you in making long-term transportation arrangements. We'll help you educate prospective employers about your disability and the accommodations that will allow you complete your job duties. Mostly, though, we provide support as you undergo your vocational rehabilitation.



For Individuals With Mental Illnesses

For Individuals With Mental Illnesses

We are very sensitive to the stigma society attaches to mental illness and our services are completely confidential. We will provide you support during your job search, but prospective employers do not need to know you are working with us. If you prefer to be open about your disability, we will help you educate your employer about your condition and what accommodations you need to better conduct your job responsibilities. We can also provide you with trial work experience to build your confidence and identify the things that will help you flourish in your new position.



For Individuals with Developmental Disabilities

For Individuals with Developmental Disabilities

If you have never worked before we can help you decide what kind of work is most interesting to you. We’ll provide you with trial work experience to help you learn about work and what your skills and capabilities are. We can assist you in filling out applications and conducting job interviews including providing transportation to and from potential jobs. Once you have been hired a job coach will help you learn your new job responsibilities and help you get accustomed to your new position.



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