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Talent with disabilities have a wide range of education, degrees, professional certifications, work experience and skills. Continue Reading Ability Beyond Featured Article in IndustryWeek!   Continue Reading Ability Beyond is helping the Manufacturing vertical source talent outside of the typical channels!

The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven has awarded $15,000 in grant funding to Ability Beyond, a nonprofit health and human service agency, to close the unemployment gap among local young adults with disabilities who remain jobless three-to-five years after high school graduation. “We are deeply grateful for the strategic generosity of the Community Foundation… Continue Reading Community Foundation for Greater New Haven supports job training programs


Gina’s Story

November 2, 2017

Do you remember earning your first paycheck? Beyond the money, that paycheck was a symbol: of independence, purpose, hard work and the value of your time. Supporters of Ability Beyond in 2017 have made that milestone possible for hundreds of people with disabilities. In 2018, we can do it again. Please consider supporting our mission… Continue Reading Gina’s Story


The Hearst Foundations have granted Ability Beyond $75,000 to empower special education students during the transition from high school to employment, helping them achieve independent adult lives and competitive employment within communities of their choice. The funding will support unemployment intervention programs for recent high school graduates; educational workshops and resources for families; and hands-on… Continue Reading The Hearst Foundations grant to empower young adults with disabilities after high school graduation


Business at Printability has gotten a generous boost from the Bristol Brass General Grant Fund and the Gnazzo/Reidy Charitable Fund at the Main Street Community Foundation, through a $3,000 grant to support new graphic design and printing equipment. “Community partners like Main Street Community Foundation make our work possible, and the Printability staff is overjoyed… Continue Reading Main Street Community Foundation awards grant to Printability


Connecticut Community Foundation has awarded a $5,000 grant to Ability Beyond, an area nonprofit, to train young people in Greater Waterbury and Litchfield hills with autism spectrum disorders in business and entrepreneurial skills. “Ability Beyond is deeply grateful for this meaningful community investment, to continue bridging the gap to opportunity for young people with disabilities,”… Continue Reading Ability Beyond receives grant from Connecticut Community Foundation to support young adults