The DES Transition School to Work (TSW) program is designed to prepare students with disabilities for employment. Students in the TSW program work with DES Vocational Rehabilitation counselors to explore employment and post-secondary education opportunities, to obtain work-based learning experiences and workplace readiness training, and to develop social and independent living skills.
The new year is a great time to reinvent yourself with a new career. The Department of Economic Security (DES) and ARIZONA@WORK can help you find a job or expand in your current position by providing you with no-cost workforce services throughout the state.
The Division of Developmental Disabilities - through its Housing, Engagement, Resources and Opportunity (HERO) program - helps eligible members find affordable housing in Arizona. Ray Chavez is the first DDD member to sign a lease for an apartment that was made possible through the HERO program.
The average American spends about 47 hours a week at work, which is more than the amount of time many of us spend sleeping or engaging in other healthy activities. Since it seems long workdays are here to stay, it's crucial to find ways to incorporate healthy habits in the workplace.