E-Newsletter - September 2018

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2019 Training Programs – Session 1

We are now accepting applications for our January 7 - April 5 (13 weeks) training programs. Applications are due by October 8, 2018. The four training programs being offered include:
  • Kitchen Cook
  • Heart of the House
  • Front Desk Agent
  • Patient Transport
Student Application

Latest Data Results

To date, EGTI students have come from 39 Indiana counties, one from Ohio, and one from Illinois. We have much work to do to continue spreading the word! Would you like informational packets or EGTI to be present at a transition fair? If so, please email us info@egti.org          
  EGTI alumni receive an 8 and 18-month follow-up survey to track employment outcomes. Data from the most recent 8-month survey reflects 78% of the graduates have secured employment. EGTI staff continue to strive for 100% employment!

Career Sampling Session

EGTI's Career Sampling Sessions continue to reach capacity. This is great; however, it means many individuals do not get their preferred date. There are four more in 2018, but one of these is already full. We encourage those interested to check the available dates, and register ASAP. The registration link can be found here: CSS Registration

2018 Tenderness Tour

September 1, nationally recognized activist Richard Propes headed out on his 29th Annual Tenderness Tour. Propes, a paraplegic/double amputee born with spina bifida, started the Tenderness Tour in 1989 with a 41-day, 1086 mile wheelchair ride around the State of Indiana. 100% of the proceeds from the 2018 Tenderness Tour will go to establish the Tenderness Award, a $500 annual scholarship to an EGTI student. The scholarship will be awarded annually to a student with a physical disability. Click here to learn more about the Tenderness Tour or make a donation.

Student Update!

We were excited when we recently received this picture! Former student, Matt Miller, was recently named the employee of the month at his place of employment. Way to go, Matt!