Upcoming Events
April 13th, 2023
Thurgood-Irish Classical Theatre Company-ASL Interpreted and Open Captioned!
Time: 7:30pm
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April 20th, 2023
Deaf Access Services 40th Anniversary Gala
Time: April 20th, 2023
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May 12th, 2023
Spring 2023 ASL Classes
Time: Weekly-6pm
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Career Pathways Program

ACCESVR logoThe DAS Career Pathways Program team assists qualified Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals with all aspects of their job search.

Our commitment is to help find steady, satisfying, long-term employment, whether full-time, part-time or seasonal.

If you would like more information about this services, please contact us at 716-335-9180 (Videophone) OR arussell@wnydas.org

 

For more information about the ACCESVR program, please click on the NYS ED logo.


 

 Services Include

    • Work Readiness Evaluations
    • Resume Building
    • Assistance with job applications
    • Interview Techniques
    • On-site Job Coach
    • Workplace Etiquette 
    • Interpersonal Skills

Information on how to build a resume: 

Tips for Resume Building Information Here

Niagara County Residents:

DAS Career Pathways now has a satellite office inside of, Independent Living Of Niagara County (ILNC), 746 Portage Rd., Niagara Falls, NY  [NFTA Bus lines: #40, 51, 52, 55]

For this location, please contact us for an appointment at 716-335-9180 or arussell@wnydas.org

 

 

For Employers

Collaboration with Deaf Access Services will add Diversity to your workplace as well as provide your business with State and Federal Tax Incentives.
 
Deaf Access Services can assist Employers by:
      • Ensuring our individuals are work ready and a suitable match
      • Providing Interpreters for interviews, orientations, and performance reviews
      • Providing Job Coaching to assist with Training
      • Providing information on Assistive Technology Devices

If you would like to call 716-335-9180 OR e-mail us at arussell@wnydas.org

 

TJ Maxx - Amherst, NY: 2014 NDEAM Recognition Award Recipients

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