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People with disabilities will be prepared to maximize their self-sufficiency by integrating into the mainstream of a California labor market that is accessible to the diversity of its workers, job seekers, and business and microenterprise owners.
California commits to achieving an employment rate for people with disabilities
that is in parity with that of the general population by:
- removing barriers to work; and,
- providing needed services, supports and incentives to maximize individual economic growth and development.
The CCEPD meets four times annually as a full committee to approve recommendations that the three subcommittees develop throughout the year. The Executive Committee is an administrative subcommittee made up of the co-chairs of each the three subcommittees. The subcommittees meet throughout the year by video conference, in-person or teleconference.
- Executive Committee (Administrative)
- Employment and Training Committee
- State Coordination Committee
- Youth Event Committee
The Executive Committee
Assists the CCEPD staff with developing the four quarterly meetings and the subcommittee addresses policy or administrative issues.
The Employment and Training Committee
Develops strategies on employment, education and training needs, as outlined by the Unified State Plan. This subcommittee also provides feedback on strategies for the State of California being a Model Employer.
The State Coordination Committee
Develops cross-systems policy strategies to better support service delivery coordination for people with disabilities.
The Youth Event Committee
The Youth Event is tasked with developing leadership model strategies to transition the Youth Leadership Forum (YLF) to a non-profit or community- based organization.
The CCEPD annual reports provide an overview of the comments provided to various entities and policy recommendations developed by the three subcommittees.