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Federal Exchange on Employment and Disability (FEED) meeting

The topic of the meeting will be “Increasing Access and Opportunity : Advancement and Retention of Federal Employees with Disabilities.” An overview of the impact of mentoring and other leadership development programs will be provided, followed by presentations about specific initiatives, including the FBI’s Mentoring Program and the Department of Labor’s Repository of Opportunities, Assignments & Details (ROAD) program. An agenda will be emailed to registered participants and posted in the FEED Community of Practice on MAX.gov (https://max.gov/maxportal/register/group/AGY-OPM-ODI.FEED). To RSVP, visit https://register.yangtaninstitute.org/register/index.cfm?event=7898. Please note that real time captioning will be provided, but you may request additional accommodations when registering. FEED is an interagency working group focused on information sharing, best practices, and collaborative partnerships designed to make the federal government a model employer of people with disabilities. Membership is open to federal employees at any level whose job duties involve inclusion of people with disabilities, including recruitment, hiring, retention, and advancement.

Thursday, Sep 10 2020 14:30
Topic Area: Advancement and retention of federal employees with disabilities
Target Audience: Federal Employees
Provider: FEED
This class or event is (select all that apply): Web Conference
Is this available to all Federal employees?: Yes
Is this available to the public?: Yes
Registration Link: Register