ICD Institute for Career Development (formerly ICD International Center for the Disabled) is a New York based non-profit organization that helps people to transform their lives through career development and employment. We serve people with disabilities, including physical disabilities, cognitive and learning disabilities, visual and hearing impairments, mental health disorders, Asperger Syndrom (Asperger's). Our clients and students are young adults, including disconnected youth and youth in transition from school to work, adults, men and women, veterans, career changers, entry-level employees, and those who have been laid off due to the recession. ICD helps people to prepare for, find, and keep good jobs. We provide sector-specific training in building maintenance, digital document management and archiving (including clerical and administrative jobs), human services and direct nonprofit work, child care, retail and sales and service learning, and food service.
ICD is a New York based non-profit organization whose mission is to help people
transform their lives through career development and employment.
We specialize in serving people with barriers to employment, including disabled veterans, people with disabilities, including those with Asperger Syndrome, youth in transition from school to work, entry-level employees, and career changers.
We achieve our mission by providing career evaluation and planning services, hands-on job training programs, community-based internships, job placement assistance, and job retention support services for people with Asperger Syndrome, disabled veterans, and people with disabilities.