Aubrey, a woman supported by EBI, was recently recognized by The Independent for her work with elementary school students in Pleasanton. To read the full article and learn how Aubrey helped teach children about expressing themselves and overcoming communication challenges, click here.
Happy 5th Anniversary California Community Transitions (CCT)! EBI’s CCT program, which supports individuals living in nursing facilities to transition back into the community, has had amazing growth and success over the last 5 years, and has had a huge impact in the lives of many. Keep up the good work!
Congratulations UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland for winning a “Program of Excellence” award for Project SEARCH! Since its start at Children’s Hospital Oakland in 2008, Project SEARCH has dramatically raised the bar for employment of individuals with developmental disabilities. With at least an 80% job placement rate for each graduating class, its graduates are earning, on average, 80% […]
Congratulations to Alameda County Project SEARCH’s most recent graduates! Their dedication and hard work was celebrated by family, friends and community partners in a graduation ceremony on January 28, 2015. To read a profile on each of the graduates, click here!
Program Outcomes & Statistics
Employment Outcome Highlights
During 2016/2017, 25 individuals were placed in jobs with an average wage of $13.68 per hour. The range of wages was $10.50 to $30.25 per hour. Highlights included new paid internship programs, the passage of Senate Bill 644, and development of an internship partnership with Bay Area Rapid Transit. It took, on average, 240 days to secure employment for our clients. Job retention, after one year, for individuals placed during 2015/2016 was 85 percent.
Use the link below to access more detailed information about employment outcomes.