Membership

Why Join the Iowa State Chapter of APSE?

APSE members are the foundation of advocacy for integrated employment. There truly is strength in numbers at local, regional, state-wide and national levels.

Member Benefits

Access to cutting edge, integrated employment news and information

  • APSE Policy & Practice, a monthly e-newsletter focused on timely updates and insights on policy and practice issues
  • Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation (JVR), the premier vocational rehabilitation journal
  • APSE Connections, an easy-to-read monthly e-newsletter delivering the latest
  • APSE news as well as updates on APSE programs, events, chapters, and membership

Find professional development opportunities

APSE members receive discounted rates for:

  • Annual national conference 2018 APSE National Conference in Lake Buena Vista, FL
  • Iowa annual conference and other regional events
  • Iowa APSE ACRE Trainings for you and your staff
  • Webinar series that offer CEU and CRC credit
  • On-line courses
  • Consultation and strategic planning to increase integrated employment opportunities
  • CESP Continuing Education credits for recertificationcespfinalrgb

Gain insights into vital public policy issues

  • Influence public policies and practices through representation in Washington, D.C.
  • Receive national and state action alerts
  • Impact federal and state legislative action

Expand networking resources

  • Partner with businesses through APSE HR Connect
  • Network with over 3,000 members, including leaders in integrated employment, businesses, citizens with disabilities and families, providers and policy makers
  • Receive assistance in locating service providers or individuals from your state and region
  • Serve in a leadership capacity through chapter and national committees. Obtain referral services for employers, rehabilitation organizations, and citizens with disabilities or their family members

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Who Should Join?

Membership is open to anyone who wants to be a part of a grassroots network committed to ensuring that integrated employment continues to grow and improve for people with disabilities.

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