Member Spotlight: HVO  Haywood Vocational Opportunities, Inc.

HVO supplies world class quality medical products while providing the local community with vocational training and employment opportunities to adults with disadvantages and disabilities. HVO is a social enterprise business located in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina. To learn more visit:

Workability International is proud to share the winning photo of the 2016 Photo Contest: 

rsz syed mozammel hug learning of know how

The photo titled "Learning of Know How" was taken by Syed Mozammel and submitted by the Bangladesh Protibondhi Foundation.

Bangladesh Protibondhi Foundation (BPF) is a non-profit, non-government, philanthropic organization started working with a handful of trained multidisciplinary team in May 1984. The strength of the organization has been in the development of evidence-based strategies for the prevention, early identification and optimum development of CWD’s, including those at-risk. BPF is providing services to the hard-core poor children with and without disabilities including those at-risk and their families, to optimize development, ensure educational and social participation, economic empowerment, within a safe and protective environment.

To read more about the BPF, visit

Line Connect Canada team from SChulich

Lime Connect Canada

Lime Connect Canada (Lime Canada) is a not for profit organization founded in 2009 with the support of IBM Canada following a series of extremely successful pilot recruitment events.  We use our fresh, results-oriented approach to connect university students and alumni with disabilities and global corporations as an untapped source of talent.

Our corporate partners - PepsiCo (global founding partner), IBM, BMO and TD - have realized strong hiring success of our candidates; high potential individuals they would not likely have access to otherwise.

For more information, visit:



Batch Roasted by people with potential; Oregonians with disabilities who want to lead productive lives.

Happy Cup works with a Portland based vocational program, Full Life, to offer employment opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities for more information Visit the Full Life website » or

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