Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano and the Nassau County Local Economic Assistance Corporation will host a free seminar for business owners focusing on hiring developmentally disabled residents on Thursday, February 26, 2015 at 8 a.m. at the Milleridge Inn in Jericho.
The free seminar will feature a panel of experts moderated by Nicholas Terzulli, the Director of Business Development at the Nassau County Industrial Development Agency (IDA), who will discuss the benefits of hiring “differently-abled” individuals.
Panelists in attendance will include:
• Sunita Manjrekar, Director of Employment Programs at the Nassau County Department of Social Services;
• Justin Dantzler, Director Vocational Services at AHRC;
• Ella Craanen, Regional Marketing Coordinator, Adult Career and Continuing Educations Services Vocational Rehabilitation (Access VR);
• Tom Rosicki, Principal of the law firm, Rosicki & Rosicki, Associates, PC;
• Richard Snyder, a recruiter at Astoria Bank;
• Roz Goldmacher, President of the Long Island Development Corp. and the Long Island Small Business Assistance Corp.
The panel will discuss the benefits of hiring the ‘the differently abled,” which include free screening, free training, free continued job coaching and state tax credits. The seminar will take place at The Milleridge Inn, located at 585 North Broadway in Jericho, and includes a continental breakfast. To RSVP, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (516) 571-1745.
About the Nassau County Local Economic Assistance Corp.
The Nassau County Local Economic Assistance Corporation (NCLEAC) is a local development corporation, created by the Nassau County Legislature in 2010 to provide assistance for the not-for-profit sector previously supplied by the Nassau County Industrial Development Agency. New York State regulations that allowed IDAs to fund such projects expired in 2008. There is no out-of-pocket expense for NCLEAC. For more information visit http://www.nassauida.org/LEAC/Home.aspx or call (516) 571-1745.