Make a Difference! Be a Mentor.
The Uinta County Business Leadership Network and MentorABILITY strives to provide educational information to the business community in diversifying their work force to include people with disabilities. We also provide youth with disabilities the opportunity to explore careers and engage with the business community.
Business Leadership Network
The Evanston BLN was established in 1998 and the Bridger Valley BLN in 2000. In 2012, due to extreme budget cuts to the state-wide WBLN, we formed a local Board of Directors and renamed/reorganized our BLN to Uinta County BLN which is now the only remaining Wyoming BLN.
The Business Leadership Network provides educational information to employers in attracting new employees and customers with disabilities, to develop business leaders who value diversity, and actively work to promote strong communities that include people with disabilities.
MentorABILITY was incorporated in Evanston, Wyoming, by Wanda Rogers (Executive Director). UCBLN & MentorABILITY, formally known as Evanston & Bridger Valley Business Leadership Network, was established to assist and educated business on the value of employing people with disabilities.
Our MentorABILITY program is an innovated program that assist youth with disabilities to become employed. The program engages the active participants of employers in providing career exploration and internship opportunity. Through these activities, youth participants gain career guidance, insight, and experience they need to obtain jobs and develop meaningful, rewarding careers.
MentorABILITY-Match is a new program started in January 2017. Our goal is to match responsible mentors with our young people with disabilities and at-risk youth to help them reach their full potential, personal development, and Independence.
MentorABILITY-Match provides mentors the opportunity to develop a structure and trusting relationship with the youth with disabilities and at-risk in our community. It provides guidance, support and encouragement to help develop our at-risk youth in competence and in character.
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