About employU

We feel there are a few key elements that are required for success.


Whether you are a customer, a business partner or an agency partner we stress the importance of ensuring that our team is communicating properly on a consistent basis.


Relationship building is vital to our success and everyone we serve is important. We truly appreciate each participant that goes along with us on this journey and every connection we make brings us closer to our goals.


We take great pride in the people that make up employU. Our family has the passion that drives us to get up early and leave late. We live for the wins and we revel in overcoming the challenges. Our work stays in our minds throughout the days and the nights.

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Vocational Evaluation

Finding your abilities and planning for success

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Transition Youth Services

Building Bridges to a Brighter Tomorrow

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Adult Employment Services

Building Better Futures Through Employment

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A Few of Our Partners and Friends

Remote Work can be a Solution to Lift People With Disabilities Out of Poverty

Throughout this country, there is a great divide between  rural America and urban and suburban America. All of the jobs are gravitated toward the urban metropolitan areas. This makes it difficult for people living in rural areas if they cannot afford or have the means to travel those long distances to go to work.

Once city, Grundy, VA, is facing a poverty level that is higher than the 75 other largest metropolitan areas in Continue reading

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Researchers at Clemson University Develop App for People With Disabilities

Zacharey Buchanan is an alumnus of a program at Clemson University designed for people with intellectual disabilities. He is using a smartphone app developed at the school that helps people with disabilities get through day-to-day tasks. Photo Courtesy of Ken Scar, Clemson

Researchers at Clemson University developed an app called Task Analysis Life that allows parents, work supervisors, and teachers to input lists of instructions complete with images and text reminders. Researchers have found that Continue reading

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Retailers Capitalize on Opportunities for People with Disabilities

Models gather backstage for the Runway of Dreams runway show, Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018, during Fashion Week in New York. The runway show featured models with disabilities wearing adaptive clothing for children and adults. Photo Courtesy of Kevin Hagen / AP

Americans with disabilities make up the third largest market segment behind African-Americans and Hispanics, in terms of disposable income. Retailers such as Tommy Hilfiger, Zappos, Niki, and Target are recognizing that and developing clothing Continue reading

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