Street Beat: Breaking Barriers to Employment

On Saturday, August 15, 2015, Street Beat host Karen Carter talks about breaking barriers to employment.

First, Dr. David Rosenberg, the Chair of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences at Wayne State University, and Macomb County Sheriff Anthony Wickersham discuss the issue of post-traumatic stress syndrome in law enforcement.

Naadee Development Corporation Director of Programs Mike Zimnicki and Barbara Baker, President and CEO of Elder Living Construction, tell Street Beat host Karen Carter about programs that help veterans transition back into the work force. (credit: Kenneth Bryant, Jr. /CW50)

Naadee Development Corporation Director of Programs Mike Zimnicki and Barbara Baker, President and CEO of Elder Living Construction, tell Street Beat host Karen Carter about programs that help veterans transition back into the work force. (credit: Kenneth Bryant, Jr. /CW50)

Then, Naadee Development Corporation Director of Programs Mike Zimnicki and Barbara Baker, President and CEO of Elder Living Construction, discuss programs that help veterans transition back into the work force.

Gwen McNeal, the East Region District Manager for the Bureau of Services for Blind Persons, discusses how jobs for people with visual disabilities can be incorporated into companies with Street Beat host Karen Carter. (credit: Kenneth Bryant, Jr. /CW50)

Gwen McNeal, the East Region District Manager for the Bureau of Services for Blind Persons, discusses how jobs for people with visual disabilities can be incorporated into companies with Street Beat host Karen Carter. (credit: Kenneth Bryant, Jr. /CW50)

 

Next, Gwen McNeal, the East Region District Manager for the Bureau of Services for Blind Persons explains how jobs for people with visual disabilities can be incorporated into companies.

Paul Mulka, the Director of the Michigan Career and Technical Institute, tells Street Beat host Karen Carter how MCTI helps train individuals with disabilities for the workforce. (credit: Kenneth Bryant, Jr. /CW50)

Paul Mulka, the Director of the Michigan Career and Technical Institute, tells Street Beat host Karen Carter how MCTI helps train individuals with disabilities for the workforce. (credit: Kenneth Bryant, Jr. /CW50)

 

Finally, Paul Mulka, the Director of the Michigan Career and Technical Institute, discusses how MCTI helps train individuals with disabilities for the workforce.

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