ServiceSource Launches Career Development Program for AbilityOne Participating Employees

Approximately 30 members of the ServiceSource custodial team at the FBI Academy at Quantico participated in professional development training on Thursday, March 7 as an integral component of the Employee Development Program (EDP). The EDP, an initiative for ServiceSource employees working in the AbilityOne® Program, is part of the suite of industry-leading career development programs the organization offers to individuals with disabilities.

“The EDP serves as a bridge to job customization and career advancement, both inside the AbilityOne Program, and in other employment settings” says Swati Aneja, ServiceSource executive vice president, human resources. “It is another step on our pathway for individuals with disabilities to develop skills to reach their full potential in whatever career they choose.”

As the U.S. AbilityOne Commission® seeks to empower employees to grow in competitive integrated employment, the EDP’s flexible structure supports opportunities for training and development on-the-job as well as within the ServiceSource organization.

“Individuals in the EDP receive resources to advance their careers in a way and at a pace that fits their learning style,” explains Billy Parker, ServiceSource director of diversity and workforce development. “They can access the program at any stage of their career to work on everything from fundamental skills such as time management, critical thinking, and problem solving to management training.”

In addition to support from ServiceSource staff, a range of resources are available to employees in the EDP, from online training to mentors and tuition reimbursement. To learn more, visit the EDP webpage or email

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