The University of Oregon ACCESS program’s mission targets ending domestic violence by promoting survivors’ career development and access to work and educational opportunities. By advancing this mission ACCESS staff hope that survivors will attain economic stability, achieve their potential, and live violence free.
The ACCESS program serves those who want to offer career and employment services to survivors of domestic violence. The program includes a facilitator curriculum manual, participant workbooks, a Career Information System subscription, and a CD of program materials. ACCESS builds on the attributes of survivors, their families, and their communities.
intoCareers maintains an agreement with ACCESS to include a CIS subscription with ACCESS curriculum orders. intoCareers’ SKILLS program is a strong component of this curriculum. Link here to learn more about the ACCESS program or order ACCCESS program materials.