Presented by: Emily Sherwood and Marta Osuna This two-part series will discuss how professionals can advocate at the state, local, and school levels for improved access as well as identify... read more →
Are you looking for a job where you can earn a paycheck AND make a difference in your community? Then we are looking for you! Learn more about our amazing career opportunities... read more →
Judith “Judy” Heumann— widely regarded as “the mother” of the disability rights movement— passed away in Washington, D.C. on March 4, 2023.
We want to thank Judy for her tireless commitment to equity and inclusion. It was a great honor to have known her and worked with her. Judy's legacy lives on. Read Judy Huemann's... read more →
New Webinar Series! Different Types of Brains: Understanding and Supporting Neurodivergent Individuals
Join us for this important webinar series, starting April 12th, to learn how to best support neurodivergent students and be provided with strategies for creating inclusive work environments for people... read more →
Project SEARCH is a unique opportunity for young adults with disabilities to participate in a 9-month unpaid internship program where they will immerse themselves into the workplace, learn in real-life... read more →
Registration is NOW OPEN for Emerging Issues in the ADA and Criminal Justice ADA Mini-Con! Space is limited, register online.
TransCen has secured a contract with the Indiana Division of Disability and Rehabilitative Services (DDRS) to assist them in improving employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities in Indiana. The State... read more →
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) has awarded over $200,000 to TransCen that will help improve home and community-based services for people who have disabilities. The funding comes under... read more →
Employer of the Year Award This year CEO honored two of the locally owned and operated Ace Hardware stores who have demonstrated a commitment to supporting the mission of meaningful... read more →
TransCen thanks The Borten Family Charitable Trust for their generous $5000 donation in memory of Judy Borten, our co-founder. Judy was the original guiding light for TransCen and this contribution will allow us to continue... read more →