Our community wouldn’t be where it is today without great organizations that push for policy change and innovative companies that create new technology and improve accessibility, for people with disabilities. If you ever wanted to get involved, here’s your chance!
SSB Bart Group, United Cerebral Palsy, and the National Organization on Disability have open positions for an Assistive Technology Tester, a Development Associate, and a Senior Vice President for Employment Programs. Check them out today!
SSB Bart Group:
For nearly two decades, SSB BART Group (SSB) has designed and implemented technology accessibility solutions for corporations, government agencies and leading educational institutions. SSB’s comprehensive approach addresses the full scope of accessible technology regulations by providing software, consulting and training to ensure that requirements are met in desktop, mobile and electronic document systems. SSB’s solutions ensure conformity with all the major accessibility laws, standards and guidelines, including ADA, WCAG, CVAA, AODA, Mandate 376 and Sections 504 and 508. The firm’s Accessibility Management Platform (AMP) delivers stable infrastructure to manage compliance across the enterprise development life cycle. SSB delivers solutions that are secure and scalable to meet the complex and changing demands of large organizations. The firm is known as the complete solution for accessibility compliance issues, earning numerous industry accolades reflecting its breadth and depth of expertise, strategic focus and superior customer service. SSB has worked with a number of regulatory and standards-developing organizations in an advisory capacity, including the U.S. Access Board, FCC and the World Wide Web Consortium.
United Cerebral Palsy:
UCP educates, advocates and provides support services to ensure a life without limits for people with a spectrum of disabilities. UCP works to advance the independence, productivity and full citizenship of people with disabilities through an affiliate network that has helped millions.
National Organization on Disability:
The National Organization on Disability, established 30 years ago, is a nonprofit organization that promotes the full participation of America’s 54 million people with disabilities in all aspects of life. Since 2006, NOD has focused on employment, piloting new employment practices and models of service delivery. While relatively small in size – with a budget of $4 million, derived in large part from foundations, corporations and public contracts, and 16 employees – it has a large impact, conducting demonstration projects in collaboration with businesses, the military, employment service providers and researchers.