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CESSI 2010: TTW: A First Step Towards Economic Empowerement

November 29th, 2010, 12:30 - 2:00 PM EST
A Free Webinar on the Ticket to Work Program:


The Social Security Administration (SSA), CESSI, the Ticket to Work Program Manager for Recruitment and Outreach, and MAXIMUS, the Ticket Program Operations Support Manager, collectively invite you to participate in a Ticket to Work Webinar for current and prospective Ticket Holders and Employment Networks (ENs). This webinar will discuss Ticket to Work as part of a path out of poverty for Ticket Holders. This webinar, designed for Ticket Holders and ENs and potential ENs, will:


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National WISE Webinar - Veterans

November 10th, 2010, 3:00 - 4:30 PM EST
A Free Webinar on the Ticket to Work Program:


Thousands of veterans receiving government supports have learned how to stay in control of these benefits while enriching their lives through employment. You can too.

If you want to work and are receiving Social Security Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), consider the Ticket to Work program. Ticket to Work, is one of several Social Security Work Incentives that offer support and assistance to access employment and career development opportunities. Work Incentive Seminar Events (WISE) are an opportunity to learn how to take advantage of Work Incentives, including Ticket to Work.


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Employer Webinar: Learn About Job Seekers in Your Area Through SSA's Ticket to Work

October 29th, 2010, 3:00 - 4:30 PM EDT
A Free Webinar on the Ticket to Work Program:


Would your company like to know more about actively recruiting applicants with disabilities? Join us to learn about developing working relationships with local organizations that can connect you with qualified job seekers with disabilities.

On this webinar, you will learn how other companies have:

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WISE Event: Social Security

September 29th, 2010, 3:00 - 4:30 PM EST
A Free Webinar on the Ticket to Work Program:


The Social Security Administration (SSA) is soliciting the views of beneficiaries, advocates, ENs and other interested parties on a key part of our evaluation of EN performance in the Ticket to Work Program. An EN is a private or public entity that provides employment support and/or vocational rehabilitation services to Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) beneficiaries with disabilities who choose to participate in the Ticket to Work Program. SSA is expanding and improving the current method used to evaluate EN performance by combining customer satisfaction with administrative data that ENs submit annually into a user-friendly EN Report Card. The EN Report Card should be useful to beneficiaries in making informed choices regarding their selection of an EN under the Ticket to Work Program. The report card will also inform ENs about the service expectations and level of satisfaction of their Ticket beneficiaries and how ENs may improve their performances under the program. SSA’s Office of Employment Support Programs (OESP) invites you to participate in either a free Webinar on September 27 (designed for ENs, advocates, and other interested Ticket to Work Program partners) or a National Teleconference Call on September 28 (designed for beneficiaries, the public, and those who cannot make the Webinar). The information you will need to join the Webinar and the call is provided below.

The objectives for this Webinar is to:

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Opportunity to Comment on Employment Network (EN) Quality Assurance Including a New EN Report Card

September 27th, 2010, 1:00 - 2:30 PM EST
A Free Webinar on the Ticket to Work Program:


The Social Security Administration (SSA) is soliciting the views of beneficiaries, advocates, ENs and other interested parties on a key part of our evaluation of EN performance in the Ticket to Work Program. An EN is a private or public entity that provides employment support and/or vocational rehabilitation services to Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) beneficiaries with disabilities who choose to participate in the Ticket to Work Program. SSA is expanding and improving the current method used to evaluate EN performance by combining customer satisfaction with administrative data that ENs submit annually into a user-friendly EN Report Card. The EN Report Card should be useful to beneficiaries in making informed choices regarding their selection of an EN under the Ticket to Work Program. The report card will also inform ENs about the service expectations and level of satisfaction of their Ticket beneficiaries and how ENs may improve their performances under the program. SSA’s Office of Employment Support Programs (OESP) invites you to participate in either a free Webinar on September 27 (designed for ENs, advocates, and other interested Ticket to Work Program partners) or a National Teleconference Call on September 28 (designed for beneficiaries, the public, and those who cannot make the Webinar). The information you will need to join the Webinar and the call is provided below.

The objectives for this Webinar is to:

Presenters: Moderator:

For more information on the Ticket program you may visit www.cessi.net/ttw, www.choosework.net, www.yourtickettowork.com or www.ssa.gov/work.

Ticket to Work is a voluntary employment program for people with disabilities administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA). The Ticket program offers disability beneficiaries age 18 through 64 expanded opportunities to obtain the services and supports that they need to work and to achieve their employment goals. SSA does this by paying providers of services, referred to as “Employment Networks” or “ENs”, for assisting beneficiaries to reach designated Milestones and Outcomes associated with achieving self-supporting employment. An EN can be any agency or organization that provides or is equipped to provide employment- related services and supports to individuals who have disabilities. For more information regarding the Ticket to Work program, please visit CESSI’s Frequently Asked Questions web page: http://www.cessi.net/ttw/faqs/index.asp



Employment Network Application Walk-through Webinar

September 20th, 2010, 3:00 - 4:30 PM EST
A Free Webinar on the Ticket to Work Program:


Are you ready to become an Employment Network (EN) under Social Security’s Ticket to Work Program? Have you done your research on the Ticket program, the EN qualifications requirements, and now are ready to complete the EN Request for Proposal (RFP) but need additional technical assistance to ensure accuracy? Then we can help! The Social Security Administration (SSA) and CESSI, the Ticket to Work Program Manager for Recruitment and Outreach, invite you to participate in Ticket to Work EN Application Walk-through Webinar.

This webinar, open to all organizations completing the EN RFP (www.socialsecurity.gov/work/enrfp.html), will guide you through the entire EN RFP, page by page, section by section. We will review what is required to complete in the RFP, what you will need to submit to SSA to be considered and approved as an EN, and what your next steps are in the EN application process.

Presenters: Moderator:

For more information on the Ticket program you may visit www.cessi.net/ttw, www.choosework.net, www.yourtickettowork.com or www.ssa.gov/work.

Ticket to Work is a voluntary employment program for people with disabilities administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA). The Ticket program offers disability beneficiaries age 18 through 64 expanded opportunities to obtain the services and supports that they need to work and to achieve their employment goals. SSA does this by paying providers of services, referred to as “Employment Networks” or “ENs”, for assisting beneficiaries to reach designated Milestones and Outcomes associated with achieving self-supporting employment. An EN can be any agency or organization that provides or is equipped to provide employment- related services and supports to individuals who have disabilities. For more information regarding the Ticket to Work program, please visit CESSI’s Frequently Asked Questions web page: http://www.cessi.net/ttw/faqs/index.asp



Ticket to Work and Partnership Plus: Assisting Benficiaries with Disabilities to Achieve Long-Term Employment

August 23rd, 2010, 3:00 - 4:30 PM EST
A Free Webinar on the Ticket to Work Program:


Presenters: Moderator:

For more information on the Ticket program you may visit www.cessi.net/ttw, www.choosework.net, www.yourtickettowork.com or www.ssa.gov/work.

Ticket to Work is a voluntary employment program for people with disabilities administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA). The Ticket program offers disability beneficiaries age 18 through 64 expanded opportunities to obtain the services and supports that they need to work and to achieve their employment goals. SSA does this by paying providers of services, referred to as “Employment Networks” or “ENs”, for assisting beneficiaries to reach designated Milestones and Outcomes associated with achieving self-supporting employment. An EN can be any agency or organization that provides or is equipped to provide employment- related services and supports to individuals who have disabilities. For more information regarding the Ticket to Work program, please visit CESSI’s Frequently Asked Questions web page: http://www.cessi.net/ttw/faqs/index.asp



Social Security: WISE - Work Incentives Seminar Event for Young Adults

August 18th, 2010, 3:00 - 4:30 PM EST
A Free Webinar on the Ticket to Work Program:


Presenters: Moderator:

For more information on the Ticket program you may visit www.cessi.net/ttw, www.choosework.net, www.yourtickettowork.com or www.ssa.gov/work.

Ticket to Work is a voluntary employment program for people with disabilities administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA). The Ticket program offers disability beneficiaries age 18 through 64 expanded opportunities to obtain the services and supports that they need to work and to achieve their employment goals. SSA does this by paying providers of services, referred to as “Employment Networks” or “ENs”, for assisting beneficiaries to reach designated Milestones and Outcomes associated with achieving self-supporting employment. An EN can be any agency or organization that provides or is equipped to provide employment- related services and supports to individuals who have disabilities. For more information regarding the Ticket to Work program, please visit CESSI’s Frequently Asked Questions web page: http://www.cessi.net/ttw/faqs/index.asp



Social Security: WISE - Work Incentives Seminar Event

July 21st, 2010, 3:00 - 4:30 PM EST
A Free Webinar on the Ticket to Work Program:


Presenters: Moderator:

For more information on the Ticket program you may visit www.cessi.net/ttw, www.choosework.net, www.yourtickettowork.com or www.ssa.gov/work.

Ticket to Work is a voluntary employment program for people with disabilities administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA). The Ticket program offers disability beneficiaries age 18 through 64 expanded opportunities to obtain the services and supports that they need to work and to achieve their employment goals. SSA does this by paying providers of services, referred to as “Employment Networks” or “ENs”, for assisting beneficiaries to reach designated Milestones and Outcomes associated with achieving self-supporting employment. An EN can be any agency or organization that provides or is equipped to provide employment- related services and supports to individuals who have disabilities. For more information regarding the Ticket to Work program, please visit CESSI’s Frequently Asked Questions web page: http://www.cessi.net/ttw/faqs/index.asp



How to Obtain Foundation and Corporate Grants for Your EN, Part 2

June 24th, 2010, 3:00 - 4:30 PM EST
A Free Webinar on the Ticket to Work Program:


For more information on the Ticket program you may visit www.cessi.net/ttw, www.choosework.net, www.yourtickettowork.com or www.ssa.gov/work.

Ticket to Work is a voluntary employment program for people with disabilities administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA). The Ticket program offers disability beneficiaries age 18 through 64 expanded opportunities to obtain the services and supports that they need to work and to achieve their employment goals. SSA does this by paying providers of services, referred to as “Employment Networks” or “ENs”, for assisting beneficiaries to reach designated Milestones and Outcomes associated with achieving self-supporting employment. An EN can be any agency or organization that provides or is equipped to provide employment- related services and supports to individuals who have disabilities. For more information regarding the Ticket to Work program, please visit CESSI’s Frequently Asked Questions web page: http://www.cessi.net/ttw/faqs/index.asp



National WISE Webinar for Ticket Holders with Mental Health Disabilities

June 23rd, 2010, 3:00 - 4:30 PM EST
A Free Webinar on the Ticket to Work Program:


Thousands of Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) beneficiaries have learned how to stay in control of their benefits while enriching their lives through employment. You can too. Work Incentive Seminar Events (WISE) provide you and your family the opportunity to learn how to take advantage of Social Security Work Incentives, including Ticket to Work.

Presenters: Moderator:

For more information on the Ticket program you may visit www.cessi.net/ttw, www.choosework.net, www.yourtickettowork.com or www.ssa.gov/work.

Ticket to Work is a voluntary employment program for people with disabilities administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA). The Ticket program offers disability beneficiaries age 18 through 64 expanded opportunities to obtain the services and supports that they need to work and to achieve their employment goals. SSA does this by paying providers of services, referred to as “Employment Networks” or “ENs”, for assisting beneficiaries to reach designated Milestones and Outcomes associated with achieving self-supporting employment. An EN can be any agency or organization that provides or is equipped to provide employment- related services and supports to individuals who have disabilities. For more information regarding the Ticket to Work program, please visit CESSI’s Frequently Asked Questions web page: http://www.cessi.net/ttw/faqs/index.asp



How to Obtain Foundation and Corporate Grants for Your EN, Part 1

June 18th, 2010, 3:00 - 4:30 PM EST
A Free Webinar on the Ticket to Work Program:


For more information on the Ticket program you may visit www.cessi.net/ttw, www.choosework.net, www.yourtickettowork.com or www.ssa.gov/work.

Ticket to Work is a voluntary employment program for people with disabilities administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA). The Ticket program offers disability beneficiaries age 18 through 64 expanded opportunities to obtain the services and supports that they need to work and to achieve their employment goals. SSA does this by paying providers of services, referred to as “Employment Networks” or “ENs”, for assisting beneficiaries to reach designated Milestones and Outcomes associated with achieving self-supporting employment. An EN can be any agency or organization that provides or is equipped to provide employment- related services and supports to individuals who have disabilities. For more information regarding the Ticket to Work program, please visit CESSI’s Frequently Asked Questions web page: http://www.cessi.net/ttw/faqs/index.asp



Partnership Plus: Focusing on Post-Employment Needs of Social Security Beneficiaries with Disabilities

June 9th, 2010, 3:00 - 4:30 PM EST
A Free Webinar on the Ticket to Work Program:


The Social Security Administration (SSA), and CESSI, the Ticket to Work Program Manager for Recruitment and Outreach (PMRO), invite you to participate in a webinar designed to inform Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Counselors about new options for Social Security beneficiaries with disabilities to access ongoing supports and job retention services after VR case closure. The learning objectives for this webinar include:

Presenters: Moderator:

For more information on the Ticket program you may visit www.cessi.net/ttw, www.choosework.net, www.yourtickettowork.com or www.ssa.gov/work.

Ticket to Work is a voluntary employment program for people with disabilities administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA). The Ticket program offers disability beneficiaries age 18 through 64 expanded opportunities to obtain the services and supports that they need to work and to achieve their employment goals. SSA does this by paying providers of services, referred to as “Employment Networks” or “ENs”, for assisting beneficiaries to reach designated Milestones and Outcomes associated with achieving self-supporting employment. An EN can be any agency or organization that provides or is equipped to provide employment- related services and supports to individuals who have disabilities. For more information regarding the Ticket to Work program, please visit CESSI’s Frequently Asked Questions web page: http://www.cessi.net/ttw/faqs/index.asp



Social Security: Work Incentives Seminar Event

May 26th, 2010, 3:00 - 4:30 PM EST
A Free Webinar on the Ticket to Work Program:


Presenters:

For more information on the Ticket program you may visit www.cessi.net/ttw, www.choosework.net, www.yourtickettowork.com or www.ssa.gov/work.



One Stops in Action: Live Demonstration of Effective Practices

May 12th, 2010, 3:00 - 4:30 PM EST
A Free Webinar on the Ticket to Work Program:


The Social Security Administration (SSA), CESSI, the Ticket to Work Program Manager for Recruitment and Outreach, and MAXIMUS, the Ticket program Operations Support Manager, collectively invite you to participate in a Ticket to Work Webinar for current and prospective One Stop Employment Networks (EN) that will demonstrate effective practices and procedures in operating an EN. The purpose of this teleconference is to:

Presenters: Moderator:

For more information on the Ticket program you may visit www.cessi.net/ttw, www.choosework.net, www.yourtickettowork.com or www.ssa.gov/work.

Ticket to Work is a voluntary employment program for people with disabilities administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA). The Ticket program offers disability beneficiaries age 18 through 64 expanded opportunities to obtain the services and supports that they need to work and to achieve their employment goals. SSA does this by paying providers of services, referred to as “Employment Networks” or “ENs”, for assisting beneficiaries to reach designated Milestones and Outcomes associated with achieving self-supporting employment. An EN can be any agency or organization that provides or is equipped to provide employment- related services and supports to individuals who have disabilities. For more information regarding the Ticket to Work program, please visit CESSI’s Frequently Asked Questions web page: http://www.cessi.net/ttw/faqs/index.asp



Ticket to Work: Beneficiaries Need You!

April 28th, 2010, 3:00 - 4:30 PM EST
A Free Webinar on the Ticket to Work Program:


The Social Security Administration (SSA), CESSI, the Ticket to Work Program Manager for Recruitment and Outreach (PMRO), and MAXIMUS, the Ticket to Work Operations Support Manager, collectively invite you to participate in a Ticket to Work Training Webinar for organizations focused on the advancement of people with disabilities in the workforce to encourage these organizations to participate in the Ticket Program as Employment Networks (ENs). The Webinar will provide a general overview of the Ticket program, important steps involved in becoming a successful EN, and the operations and technical supports available at each step of the process. The learning objectives for this Webinar include:

Presenters: Moderators:

For more information on the Ticket program you may visit www.cessi.net/ttw, www.choosework.net, www.yourtickettowork.com or www.ssa.gov/work.

Ticket to Work is a voluntary employment program for people with disabilities administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA). The Ticket program offers disability beneficiaries age 18 through 64 expanded opportunities to obtain the services and supports that they need to work and to achieve their employment goals. SSA does this by paying providers of services, referred to as “Employment Networks” or “ENs”, for assisting beneficiaries to reach designated Milestones and Outcomes associated with achieving self-supporting employment. An EN can be any agency or organization that provides or is equipped to provide employment- related services and supports to individuals who have disabilities. For more information regarding the Ticket to Work program, please visit CESSI’s Frequently Asked Questions web page: http://www.cessi.net/ttw/faqs/index.asp



Ticket to Work Webinar: WISE - Work Incentives Seminar Event

March 24th, 2010, 3:00 - 4:30 PM EST
A Free Webinar on the Ticket to Work Program:


The Social Security Administration (SSA), CESSI, the Ticket to Work Program Manager for Recruitment and Outreach (PMRO), and MAXIMUS, the Ticket to Work Operations Support Manager, collectively invites you to participate in a Ticket to Work Training webinar for focused WISE, Work Incentive Seminar Event. CHOOSE EARNINGS. CHOOSE WORK. Thousands of Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) beneficiaries have learned how to stay in control of their benefits while enriching their lives through employment. You can too. WISE Webinars provide you and your family the opportunity to learn how to take advantage of Social Security Work Incentives, including Ticket to Work.

Presenters: Moderator:

For more information on the Ticket program you may visit www.cessi.net/ttw, www.choosework.net, www.yourtickettowork.com or www.ssa.gov/work.

Ticket to Work is a voluntary employment program for people with disabilities administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA). The Ticket program offers disability beneficiaries age 18 through 64 expanded opportunities to obtain the services and supports that they need to work and to achieve their employment goals. SSA does this by paying providers of services, referred to as “Employment Networks” or “ENs”, for assisting beneficiaries to reach designated Milestones and Outcomes associated with achieving self-supporting employment. An EN can be any agency or organization that provides or is equipped to provide employment- related services and supports to individuals who have disabilities. For more information regarding the Ticket to Work program, please visit CESSI’s Frequently Asked Questions web page: http://www.cessi.net/ttw/faqs/index.asp



Ticket to Work Webinar: Increasing Employment Network Participation

March 10th, 2010, 3:00 - 4:30 PM EST
A Free Webinar on the Ticket to Work Program:

The Social Security Administration (SSA), CESSI, the Ticket to Work Program Manager for Recruitment and Outreach (PMRO), and MAXIMUS, the Ticket to Work Operations Support Manager, collectively invites you to participate in a Ticket to Work Training webinar for focused on increasing participation by Employment Networks (ENs). The webinar will provide a general overview and update on the Ticket program, the operations and technical supports available to ENs, & the Federal government hiring initiative.

The learning objectives for this webinar include:

Presenters: Moderator:

For more information on the Ticket program you may visit www.cessi.net/ttw, www.choosework.net, www.yourtickettowork.com or www.ssa.gov/work.

Ticket to Work is a voluntary employment program for people with disabilities administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA). The Ticket program offers disability beneficiaries age 18 through 64 expanded opportunities to obtain the services and supports that they need to work and to achieve their employment goals. SSA does this by paying providers of services, referred to as “Employment Networks” or “ENs”, for assisting beneficiaries to reach designated Milestones and Outcomes associated with achieving self-supporting employment. An EN can be any agency or organization that provides or is equipped to provide employment- related services and supports to individuals who have disabilities. For more information regarding the Ticket to Work program, please visit CESSI’s Frequently Asked Questions web page: http://www.cessi.net/ttw/faqs/index.asp



Ticket to Work Webinar: Increasing Employment Network Participation

November 6th, 2009, 2:30 - 4:00 PM EST
A Free Webinar on the Ticket to Work Program:

The Social Security Administration (SSA), CESSI, the Ticket to Work Program Manager for Recruitment and Outreach (PMRO), and MAXIMUS, the Ticket to Work Operations Support Manager, collectively invite you to participate in a Ticket to Work Training webinar for focused on transition and operation support for new and inactive Employment Networks (ENs). The webinar will provide an general overview and update on the Ticket program, the operations and technical supports available to ENs, the Federal government hiring initiative, and the basics of foundation grants as seed funding for non-profit ENs.

The learning objectives for this webinar include:

Presenters:

If you would like more information on Ticket to Work please visit the key Ticket to Work websites: www.cessi.net/ttw/, www.yourtickettowork.com or www.ssa.gov/work.



Ticket to Work Webinar for Universities/Higher Education Entities "Reaching Higher, Strengthening Abilities"

October 29th, 2009, 2:00 - 3:30 PM EDT
A Free Webinar on the Ticket to Work Program:

The Social Security Administration (SSA) and CESSI, the Ticket to Work Program Manager for Recruitment and Outreach (PMRO), invite you to participate in a Ticket to Work Webinar, “Reaching Higher, Strengthening Abilities”, for Universities and/or Higher Education entities interested in learning more about the Ticket to Work program and how to become n Employment Network.

The learning objectives for this webinar are:

Presenters: Moderator:

If you would like more information on Ticket to Work please contact Leslie Barrett at 703-448-6155 ext. 228 or email leslieb@cessi.net, or visit the key Ticket to Work websites: www.ceessi.net/ttw/, www.yourtickettowork.com or www.ssa.gov/work.



Ticket 201 for One Stops

September 28th, 2009, 3:00 - 4:30 PM EDT
A Free Webinar on the Ticket to Work Program:

The Social Security Administration (SSA), CESSI, the Ticket to Work Program Manager for Recruitment and Outreach (PMRO), and PMRO partner, National Disability Institute (NDI), invite you to participate in a Ticket to Work Training webinar for One Stop staff, Workforce Investment Board members, and One Stop Operators interested in gaining a deeper understanding of the Employment Network (EN) operations as it pertains to One Stops who are interested in becoming an EN, or are currently an EN.

The learning objectives for the Ticket 201 for One Stops webinar are:

Presenters: Moderator:

If you would like more information on Ticket to Work please contact Emily Malsch at 703-448-6155 ext. 203 or email emalsch@cessi.net, or visit the key Ticket to Work websites: www.ceessi.net/ttw/, www.yourtickettowork.com or www.ssa.gov/work.



Turning Diversity Into Dollars: The Business Case for Hiring An Untapped Pool of Talented Employees

July 30th, 2009, 2:00 - 3:30 PM EST
A Free Webinar on the Ticket to Work Program:

The Social Security Administration (SSA) and CESSI, the Ticket to Work Program Manager for Recruitment and Outreach (PMRO), invite you to participate in a Ticket to Work Webinar. The objectives of this webinar are to:

This is a Social Security Admininstration (SSA) and CESSI, the Ticket to Work Program Manager for Recruitment and Outreach (PMRO) Webinar.

Presenters: Moderator:

If you would like more information on Ticket to Work please call Susan Samuels at 703-448-6155 ext. 235 or email ssamuels@cessi.net, or visit the key Ticket to Work websites: www.ceessi.net/ttw/, www.yourtickettowork.com or www.ssa.gov/work.



Service Providers as Employment Networks

July 10th, 2009, 2:00 - 3:30 PM EST
The Social Security Administration (SSA) and the CESSI Division of Axiom, the Ticket to Work Program Manager for Recruitment and Outreach (PMRO), invite you to participate in a Ticket to Work Webinar for service providers that are interested in becoming an Employment Network (EN) and current ENs to understand the support available from SSA, PMRO, and MAXIMUS, the Ticket to Work Operation Support Manager.

Webinar objectives: Presenters: Moderator:
If you would like more information on Ticket to Work please call 1-877-743-8237 or email tickettowork@cessi.net, or visit www.ceessi.net/ttw/, www.yourtickettowork.com or www.ssa.gov/work.



EN Application Walkthrough

June 25th, 2009, 2:00 - 3:30 PM EST
This CESSI webinar will provide a detailed walkthrough on the EN Application process.



Ticket to Work 201

April 29th, 2009, 2:00 - 3:30 PM EST
CESSI webinar 4. The Social Security Administration (SSA) and the CESSI Division of Axiom, the Ticket to Work Program Manager for Recruitment and Outreach (PMRO), invite you to participate in a “Ticket 201 Webinar.” This webinar is not for Ticket to Work beginners. Rather than go over basic information about the Ticket program, this session will delve into more complex policy issues; highlight work that SSA and CESSI are doing with specific subpopulations of beneficiaries; address issues of interest to certain types of Employment Networks (e.g., One-Stop Centers, Mental Health providers, Youth Transition Organizations); and talk about the role of Work Incentive Seminars (WISE Events) in reaching beneficiaries with disabilities. Participants will also learn how the Ticket program and Employment Networks, including State Vocational Rehabilitation Agencies, can be critical players in the SSA Hiring Initiative that is currently underway.
For background information, please visit: http://www.cessi.net/ttw/en_menthealth-UCP/en_info4.html to access the archived teleconference, or http://www.cessi.net/ttw for more information on the Ticket to Work Program.



Ticket to Work and Chronic Homelessness: Let's Dig Deeper

March 26th, 2009, 2:00 - 3:30 PM EST
The Social Security Administration (SSA) and CESSI, the Ticket to Work Program Manager for Recruitment and Outreach (PMRO), invite you to participate in a Ticket to Work webinar for entities providing transition to work services to the chronic homelessness population. This webinar will be a follow-up to the National Ticket Teleconference, Training to Help Homeless People with Disabilities Go to Work, held on December 9, 2008; the hot topic of this teleconference was the potential revenue stream SSA's Ticket to Work Program can provide.
The “Ticket to Work and Chronic Homelessness: Let's Dig Deeper” webinar will be an interactive session featuring John Rio, CRC Senior Program Associate with the Advocates for Human Potential, a nationally-recognized expert on the topic of homelessness, as well as Sallie Rhodes, Ticket to Work Program Specialist, and David Jones, Account Manager, with PMRO. Part of the session will focus on an EN model illustrating the potential income that can be generated by helping persons with disabilities achieve certain employment milestones and outcomes.
For background information, please visit: http://www.cessi.net/ttw/en_menthealth-UCP/en_info4.html to access the archived teleconference, or http://www.cessi.net/ttw for more information on the Ticket to Work Program.



Ticket Tools to Support You as an Employment Network

February 27th, 2009, 2:00 - 3:30 PM EST
The Social Security Administration and the Employment and Training Administration, along with CESSI, the Ticket to Work Program Manager for Recruitment and Outreach (PMRO), invite you to participate in a Ticket to Work Webinar for Workforce Development entities that are considering the option of becoming an Employment Network or are currently an approved Employment Network. The purpose of this webinar is to provide an overview of:



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