Step 1: See What Ticket to Work is All About!
Selecting a Ticket to Work provider is an important step. We know your time is valuable and that you may be researching other Employment Networks. In order to help you make an informed decision, we’ve created an “on-demand” Ticket Orientation. Through this short 3-minute orientation, you’ll learn more about the Ticket program, and its requirements as well as the services we provide. This will help you determine if our services and the Ticket program are a good fit for your employment goals.
Step 2: Let Us Know You're Interested!
If after watching the orientation you decide you’d like to move forward with our program, please complete our online Interest Form. Once the form is submitted, we’ll review your information and contact you to schedule an appointment. In order to provide you with prompt service, we’ll do our best to get back with you in 1-2 working days.
Please note that Ticket assignments are reviewed and accepted on a case-by-case basis. The Interest Form is a way for us to begin the evaluation process and assess the individual needs of each Ticket holder. It is not a guarantee of enrollment into the program
Step 3: Develop Individualized Work Plan
If we agree to move forward with the enrollment process, the next step is to develop your Individualized Work Plan (IWP), which will include your career or educational goal and the supports and services you may need to reach it. We'll develop this plan together and mail it to you for your signature and approval. Once we receive your signed IWP by mail or fax, you will receive an acknowledgement receipt by e-mail. Your IWP will be then processed within five (5) working days.
In the meantime, we'll get you enrolled in our online communication system as well as get you access to our client website. Please make sure you've added us to your “safe” list so you will receive the e-mail without delay. At this time, you can begin accessing the services and supports available through our Ticket to Work program.