To educate, advocate and raise awareness of the abilities and needs of people with disabilities, in order to influence attitudinal, architectural, and social change for all Virginians.
To inspire and motivate Virginians as role models of courage and hope.
The VR Workforce Studio Podcast focuses on individuals with Disabilities and stories of employment including training and education, vocational rehabilitation and celebrates the champions of employment who hire people with disabilities as well as vocational rehabilitation professionals and the work they do to create hope and a path forward to employment for people with disabilities so they can work and lead better lives.
The VR Workforce Studio Podcast is hosted by Center Director, Rick Sizemore, and features the success stories of many individuals with disabilities as they move through the vocational rehabilitation process and become employed. Kanika Davis, Former Ms. Wheelchair Virginia 2014 and Angela West 2015 are both featured in interviews on the website at www.vrworkforcestudio.com Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or on the website. Angela West and Kanika Davis names’ are linked to their episodes on the website just click for their interviews. The podcast is now featured on the Global Impact Today Radio Network.
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