Santa Clarita Valley Mayor’s Committee
EDUCATE EMPOWER EMPLOY
Employment for Individuals with Disabilities
What we do
The Santa Clarita Valley Mayor’s Committee for Employment of Individuals with Disabilities seeks to 1. EDUCATE employers on the benefits and social responsibility that come with employing individuals with disabilities. 2. EMPOWER employers to hire individuals with disabilities by providing them with essential information and other resources. 3. Increase EMPLOYMENT in the Santa Clarita Valley by working to reduce barriers to hiring individuals with disabilities.
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Mayor’s Committee Blog
As Disability Employment Month kicks off in the month of October 2019, the theme is “Right Talent, Right Now”. This theme embraces the great strides that have...
The SCV Mayor’s Committee has been engaged in creating awareness of the benefits of employing individuals with disabilities. We have seen barriers overcome...
The mission of the SCV Mayor’s Committee is to educate businesses and companies on the benefits of hiring individuals with disabilities. We seek to break down...
DONATE TO THE MAYOR'S COMMITTEE FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES
When you donate to the SCV Mayor’s Committee for Employment of Individuals with Disabilities, you help us educate employers on the benefit of hiring the disabled, empower the disabled to look for employment and employ those persons with disabilities that seek to join or rejoin the workforce.
Your donations are tax deductible according to IRS section/code 501(C)(3).
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The Santa Clarita Valley Mayor’s Committee for Employment of Individuals with Disabilities is one of over 30 committees located throughout the state to promote the efforts of the California Governor’s Committee.
The Governor’s Committee was originally established in 1947 to assist disabled veterans to become employed; over time the purpose of the Committee has changed and now focuses on promoting information to affect public attitudes regarding all people with disabilities.
The goals of the Committee include:
- Increasing the number of people with disabilities in the local workforce
- Offering employers the resources needed to hire valuable employees with disabilities
- Increasing disability awareness
- Supporting employers and employees in successful, long-term job placement
- Promoting employment opportunities for people with disabilities
How is my donation used?
Your donation is used to collect, and disseminate information to employers on the benefits of hiring individuals with disabilities. We also provide grants to disabled individuals who need funding for items or activities that can aid them in finding employment.
What types of businesses do you work with?
We work with any business that is interested in adding disabled individuals to their workforce. Our board of directors has facilitated hiring in just about every industry from fast food to warehousing and shipping.
Can I request specific industries for my donation to help?
Do you work with government agencies?
We currently work with the state Department of Rehabilitation, North Los Angeles County Regional Center, The City of Santa Clarita and the William S. Hart School District.
How can I get involved?
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Santa Clarita Valley Mayor’s Committee
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Phone: 661‐259‐0033 ext. 500
Mail: P.O. Box 803325, Santa Clarita, CA 91380
We help educate employers on the benefit of hiring the disabled, empower the disabled to look for employment and employ those persons with disabilities that seek to join or rejoin the workforce.