May 18, 2022

One Week Left to Apply—ASA Scholarship Opportunity for Women Leaders

Two rising women leaders will go to Staffing World® and THRIVE Live—for free.

The ASA Women in Leadership Scholarship Program aims to raise the visibility of women in the staffing industry and award scholarships, to two rising stars who are committed to a career in staffing and have shown career growth potential, that cover registration fees for Staffing World, the ASA annual convention and expo (Oct. 25–27 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas), and the THRIVE: Women in Leadership preconvention program (Oct. 24–25 in Las Vegas).

These scholarships have been made possible by the generous support of Assurance, founding sponsor of the ASA women in leadership interest group.

Find out more and submit your application at americanstaffing.netthe deadline to apply is May 25.

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To help employers make their businesses more inclusive for talent with disabilities, ASA has launched a website developed in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy. The site includes resources on best practices for recruiting, hiring, retaining, and advancing talent with disabilities; what employers need to know about managing a diverse workforce that includes people with disabilities; and ways employers can promote disability inclusion in their internal and external communications.

It also provides information on commonsense workplace changes that result in more digitally accessible workplaces. This is the latest joint effort between ASA and ODEP, which signed an alliance in May 2020 to advance the employment of people with disabilities in the staffing, recruiting, and workforce solutions industries.

Visit the Disability Employment Resources for Staffing Firms page at

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