Delaware SB184 requires many employers working on prevailing wage projects meet Craft Training requirements. Payments to the Apprenticeship and Training Fund is one to meet this obligation. Find out more at the Delaware One Stop. More Info
ABILITY Jobs for Job Seekers – Post a résumé on this site that provides a place where people with disabilities can seek employment.
Benefits.gov – Use this confidential tool designed to help people find government benefit programs for which they may be eligible.
SSA.gov/disability/ – Discover extensive information regarding people with disabilities, and link to numerous web sites offering resources, services, and technical assistance.
DelAWARE DisABILITIES HUB – Provides resources for youth and young adults with special needs and disabilities during the transition years to help them reach their full potential. It’s also designed to assist teachers, social workers, transition coordinators, caseworkers, parents, families, caregivers, and professionals who support Delaware’s exceptional citizens.
HirePotential – HirePotential specializes in placing people with disabilities in rewarding, competitive jobs with attractive benefits at leading companies across the country. You can send your resume using their online tool, or view current job openings on their database.
Job Accommodation Network (JAN) – Link to comprehensive information about employing and retaining workers with disabilities, including resources for job accommodations.
Mid-Atlantic ADA Center– Learn about this regional center and its resources including, services to promote awareness about the ADA, accessible information technology, and the rights and abilities of people with disabilities.
National Organization on Disability – Access current disability-related news as well as a wide range of resources and information about increasing the participation of people with disabilities in all aspects of life.
Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) – Link to this U.S. Department of Labor office which helps increase employment opportunities for people with disabilities through education, training, assistive technology, and awareness programs.
National Business and Disability Council – The National Business and Disability Council (NBDC) offers resources for career-seekers with disabilities, including links to local resources and webcasts on resume writing and disclosure. You can post your resume in their national resume database or search through job listings.
The Work Site – This Social Security Administration (SSA) web site facilitates the employment of beneficiaries with disabilities through partnerships and program innovation.
Delaware Department of Insurance – This site is intended to answer many of the questions faced by people with disabilities regarding their insurance or health plan coverage – from what you can expect when it comes to purchasing different types of insurance to situations you may face when seeking coverage for treatment to how to ensure your medical equipment.
Delaware Helpline – free on-line service where you can search for human service referrals to community resources.
U.S. Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) – Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) is a federal government website that provides an interactive, community-driven information network of disability-related programs, services, laws and benefits.
Job Accommodations Network – The Job Accommodation Network (JAN) is the leading source of free, expert, and confidential guidance on workplace accommodations and disability employment issues.
National Association for the Dually Diagnosed – NADD is a not-for-profit membership association established for professionals, care providers and families to promote understanding of and services for individuals who have developmental disabilities and mental health needs.
National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability for Youth (NCWD/Youth) – NCWD/Youth is your source for information about employment and youth with disabilities.
Social Security Information – Business Services Online (BSO) enables organizations and authorized individuals to conduct business with the Social Security Administration by providing a degree of authentication that ensures a level of trust. Once registered through BSO, users may request, activate, and access various services and functions. Employers can verify Social Security numbers online using our Social Security Number Verification Service (SSNVS) or through our Telephone – National 800# Employer Verification (TNEV). Businesses can verify SSNs with an individual’s consent by using Consent Based SSN Verification Service (CBSV).
Delaware Work Opportunity Tax Credit -Work Opportunities Tax Credit Program – a federal tax credit for employers who hire employees with disabilities through the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation. The credit applies to the first $6,000 of wages paid.
Delaware Division of Small Business – is responsible for attracting new investors and businesses to the State, for promoting the expansion of existing industry, for assisting small and minority-owned businesses, for promoting and developing businesses, and for creating new and improved employment opportunities for all citizens in Delaware.
Ability Network of Delaware (formerly Delaware Association of Rehabilitation Facilities) – is a statewide membership association of agencies supporting people with disabilities. Membership is open to organizations that provide direct services, advocacy and/or educational services to Delawareans with disabilities, their families and advocates.
CARF, International – nonprofit accreditor of health and human services, whose mission is to promote the quality, value, and optimal outcomes of services through a consultative accreditation process that centers on enhancing the lives of the persons served.
Delaware Centralized Contracting – all three branches of state government that have an open Request for Information (RFI), Request for Quote (RFQ), Invitation to Bid (ITB), and/or a Request for Proposal (RFP). The goal of this directory is to provide a centralized location to find state RFIs, ITBs and RFPs without requiring knowledge of the specific structure of state government.
Delaware Division of Revenue – collect taxes and other revenues required by law in a manner that creates the highest possible level of satisfaction on the part of the public with the competence, courtesy, effectiveness, and efficiency of the Division.
Division of Small Business – Office of Supplier Diversity – assist government agencies to use certified minority and women businesses when purchasing and contracting for the state. This will be accomplished by providing business development assistance to certified companies through information on procurement opportunities and business resources.