Work Without Limits Employer & Community Partners
Work Without Limits partners with disability-inclusive employers (Employer Partners), as well as organizations that provide employment services to individuals with disabilities, such as colleges and universities, high schools, community based organizations, one stop career centers, and government agencies (Community Partners).
To become a Work Without Limits Employer Partner, contact Bonnie Rivers, Director of Employer Relations.
To become a Work Without Limits Community Partner, contact Kathy Muhr, Director of Community Engagement.
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ABS Behavioral Health Services
330 SW Cutoff, Worcester, MA 01604
ABS Behavioral Health Services has two office locations (Worcester and Framingham), and we serve a 25 mile radius in these areas. ABS Behavioral Health Services provides families with high quality services for their children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder or other developmental delays. Through individualized programming we teach children and families behavioral techniques that increase appropriate social behaviors, maximize the child’s independence, and decrease maladaptive behaviors. Our comprehensive programs are grounded in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Our highly qualified, experienced staff utilize the principles of ABA to teach and promote generalization of your child’s skills across environments including Home, School and Community Settings as well as Social Skills Groups. We, at ABS Behavioral Health Services, LLC look forward to working together with your family.
Contact:Alyson Burchill, Owner/Operator
Accept Education Collaborative
4 Tech Circle, Natick, MA 01760
At ACCEPT's Center for Learning and Growth, the transition programs prepare students for a successful passage to adult living. We view each student as the unique individual they are and, using their IEP and results from transition and vocational assessments, develop a personalized transition plan to maximize independence, vocational potential, participation in the community and help students meet their postsecondary vision. At the heart of our transition programs is an integrated team model that seamlessly blends functional academics, community experiences, social skills development, specialized services, vocational training, and independent living skills. The programs take full advantage of current research showing that weaving these varied supports throughout the day results in greater generalization and therefore more independence and better outcomes for students. We believe that every day should be an opportunity for students to develop self-confidence, self-awareness, and the life skills to pursue their passions.
Contact:Becki Lauzon, Transition Program Coordinator
American Tower Corporation
116 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02116
In order to ensure reasonable accommodation for individuals protected by Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Vietnam Veterans' Readjustment Act of 1974, and Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, applicants that require accommodation in the job application process can contact us at 617-587-7911 for assistance.
Asperger/Autism Network (AANE)
51 Water Street, Watertown, MA, USA
Asperger/Autism Network (AANE) works with individuals, families, and professionals to help people with Asperger Syndrome and similar autism spectrum profiles build meaningful, connected lives. AANE provides information, education, community support, and advocacy, all in an atmosphere of validation and respect. AANE works with job seekers individually through our LifeMAP Coaching programs and offers a monthly Employment Support Group.
Contact: Nataliya Poto, LifeMAP Program Director
Phone: 617-393-3824 x19
Assumption College Career Development & Internship Center (CDIC)
500 Salisbury Street, Worcester, MA 01609, USA
The Assumption College Career Development & Internship Center (CDIC) is dedicated to helping undergraduate students map out their future from the day they arrive at Assumption through graduation. Experienced, full-time staff members provide guidance, resources, and support as students explore academic and career options, set goals, and work and maintains relationships with employers to connect students to internship and full-time job opportunities.
Contact: Shannon Curtis, Director, Career Development & Internship Center (CDIC)
10 Christy's Drive, Brockton, MA 02301
Incorporated in 1975 and governed by a majority-minority board of directors, BAMSI (Brockton Area Multi-Services, Inc.), provides a broad spectrum of high-quality human services to individuals and families, including day, residential, and family support; brain injury services, HIV/AIDS programs; services for low-income and and/or infirm seniors; behavioral health services for individuals and families, and a wide array of wraparound programs for children, youth, and families.
Wanda Duarte, Associate Executive Assistant
Bay Cove Human Services
66 Canal Street, Boston, MA 02114
Bay Cove Human Services partners with people to overcome challenges and realize personal potential. We believe that everyone has value. We especially welcome those individuals other organizations are unable to help - persons with multiple diagnoses, a history of treatment failures and a total inability to pay for services. Our services are outcome-focused, individualized and designed to build on the strengths of the whole person.
61 Sever Street, Worcester, MA 01609
Becker College is an undergraduate and graduate, career-focused private college. We offer a supportive and inclusive learning community that prepares graduates for their first to last careers. Becker’s undergraduate, graduate, and online and evening programs provide students with skills, knowledge, hand’s-on experience, and the ability and agility to adapt to an ever-changing global society. Through our academic and career advising, programming, and networking opportunities, the Center for Career Education & Advising (CCEA) strives to connect students and alumni to employers. The CCEA works very closely with our Collaborative Learning Center (CLC) to help students succeed both within, and beyond, the classroom. The CLC dedicates itself to helping students in all programs of study achieve their academic goals and attain academic success.
Contact:Rich Davino, Executive Director, CCEA
Berkshire Community College Career Development
1350 West Street, Pittsfield, MA 01201
The Career Development Center is committed to empowering individuals by enabling an atmosphere that nurtures self-exploration and student success through informed career-related choices. Through cooperative community engagement, and by taking an energetic role in the career planning process; we seek to inspire students – past, present, and future.
Contact:Charles Stephens, Coordinator of Career Development
529 Main Street, Suite 202, Boston, MA
Best Buddies International is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). Best Buddies, Integrated Employment Jobs program secures jobs for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (DD), allowing them to earn an income , pay taxes, and continuously and independently support themselves.
Contact:Andrea Tourigny, Worcester & Western Jobs SupervisorEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts
101 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA, USA
As a health care leader in Massachusetts for more than 75 years, our vision to provide access to high quality, affordable health care is as strong and relevant today as it was in 1937 when our company was founded by a group of business, health care, and community leaders. We’ve created a culture that values inclusion and diversity in the workplace; a culture that welcomes the unique experiences and viewpoints of every employee. Blue Cross does this by combining a strong corporate diversity infrastructure & strategic plan, robust community diversity effort, and a leading-edge supplier diversity program.
Boston Children's Hospital
Boston Children's Hospital, 300 Longwood Avenue, Boston, MA, USA
No matter your background, experience or passions, Boston Children's Hospital values what you bring to every task at hand. Here, you’ll find a range of opportunities that will help you realize your goals - both in and out of the workplace. We’re deeply committed to creating a best-in-class work environment at all levels that includes the opportunity to develop your skills, advance your career and enjoy the resources and freedom you need. Explore our opportunities and learn more about our collaborative culture and world-class hospital. At Boston Children’s Hospital, great things happen everywhere you look. Make our next success story your own.
Boston College Career Center
38 Commonwealth Avenue, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467, USA
The Boston College Career Center empowers students to reflect on their talents and experiences, explore their career objectives and achieve their career goals. By working directly with students and collaborating with a broad array of partners, communities and networks, our team facilitates programs, activities and services that enable students to take ownership of their career decisions and lead meaningful professional lives. The Boston College Career Center is a centralized office serving students in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences, Carroll School of Management, Connell School of Nursing, Lynch School of Education, School of Theology and Ministry and Woods College of Advancing Studies.
Contact: Jabril Robinson, Assistant Director, Career Exploration, Career Center
Boston University Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation
940 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA, USA
The Boston University Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation is a research, training, and service organization dedicated to improving the lives of persons who have psychiatric disabilities. Their work is guided by the most basic of rehabilitation values, that first and foremost, persons with psychiatric disabilities have the same goals and dreams as any other person. The Center's mission is to increase the likelihood that they can achieve these goals by improving the effectiveness of people, programs, and service systems using strategies based on the core values of recovery and rehabilitation.
Contact: Dori Hutchinson, Director of Services
Brandeis Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
415 South Street Waltham, MA 02453
The Center for Career & Professional Development of the Brandeis Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) seeks to educate, empower and support GSAS students and alumni in gaining insight into their unique career and life aspirations as they pursue meaningful work in a global, diverse, and every-changing workplace. The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Brandeis University is a center for pioneering investigation embedded in the cooperative environment of a student-centered, medium-size research university. We are driven by academic excellence, reverence for learning, and inclusivity — values of the Jewish tradition. The smaller size of our doctoral, master's and postbaccalaureate programs enables scholars to build close relationships with our world-class faculty and conduct interdisciplinary research across traditional academic boundaries.
Contact:Sue Levine, Associate Director, Center for Career Development
415 South Street, Waltham, MA 02453
Brandeis University is a great employer for all the same reasons it is an outstanding university. Its commitment to inclusion, dedication to lifelong learning and commitment to excellence are just a few of the reasons our workplace culture shines bright. We take pride not only in maintaining this culture, but expanding it — by recruiting and retaining outstanding employees who share our values and enrich Brandeis University overall.
Bridgewater State University Career Services Office
19 Park Avenue, Bridgewater, MA, USA
The Bridgewater State University Career Services Office assist a diverse student body in the process of developing, evaluating and initiating their career plans. Our primary focus is on the undergraduate student experience. Services are also provided to students with disabilities, international students, LGBT students, graduate students, alumni and Veterans.
Career Services at BSU intentionally provides all students with opportunities to learn and practice specific skills essential for their transition from student to professional.
Contact: John Paganelli, Jr., Director/Career Services
Brown Brothers Harriman
50 Post Office Square, Boston, MA, USA
At Brown Brothers Harriman (BBH), the perspective and expertise of every employee count. Our organizational structure is flat and our culture collaborative. We work hard to ensure BBH is a place where no idea goes unshared, as each one is essential to our success.
Cape Organization for the Rights of the Disabled (CORD)
106 Bassett Lane Hyannis MA 02601
CORD (Cape Organization for the Rights of the Disabled) serves Cape Cod and the Islands and has been aggressively working since 1984 to advance the independence, productivity, and integration of people with disabilities into mainstream society. We offer independent living services through seven different programs and work with individuals of any age. We provide advocacy, skills, training, transition services, peer counseling, and mentor support in a variety of different areas, including housing and vocation. CORD is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and charges no fees for the support we provide.
Central Mass Employment Collaborative
23 Midstate Drive, Suite 202 Auburn, MA 01501
The Central Mass Employment Collaborative (CMEC) is a vibrant partnership between service providers, government agencies, workforce development entities, and employers working towards one common goal - to increase employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities. CMEC works with employers across Central Massachusetts to connect them with a largely untapped market of qualified job candidates. Our pool of candidates includes individuals from 38 cities and towns in the area, who experience either a mental illness, a developmental disability, or in some cases, a physical disability. Job candidates have a range of interests, skills, and level of education, but all share one common trait - the commitment and desire to enter the workforce and contribute positively to a local employer. CMEC is an initiative of Riverside Community Care funded by the Department of Developmental Services (DDS) and the Department of Mental Health (DMH).