At eVero, part of what we love to do is give back to our community.

Through the eVero Outreach Program, we focus on enhancing the lives of individuals in the human services community that we serve. The primary goals of our outreach program are to teach individuals with disabilities marketable job skills, and enable them to find gainful employment.

eVero Outreach offers two free seminars to the community: eVero Computer Basics and Hire Me! Interview Skills.

Our eVero Computer Basics course elevates individuals to reach their full potential in areas that eVero knows best – technology and information. Over ten weeks, students learn the fundamentals of Microsoft Word, Excel, and the Internet.

Meanwhile, in our Hire Me! Interview Skills seminar, we prepare individuals for the first and the most daunting part of the journey into the workforce – the interview.

In addition to our seminars, eVero Outreach organizes other opportunities to give back to our New York community whenever possible. We involve our employees in food and clothing drives throughout the year, providing a chance for our staff to help those in need and work towards common goals that are outside of the normal day-to-day activities.

Every December, eVero Outreach is also a proud sponsor for a special holiday program with Alternatives for Children. Our annual Holiday Mission is dedicated to providing joy in the way of gifts for Long Island families in need. All of our employees participate in this initiative, working hard to make the holiday season merry and bright for underprivileged children.

If you have interest in enrolling in one of our seminars or hearing more about eVero Outreach, please reach out to us any time.

What does the community think about the eVero Outreach program?

eVero Corporation is dedicated to helping persons with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) gain marketable job skills through their Outreach Program. The classes they teach have helped numerous people learn computer skills, prepare for job interviews and secure employment. They are a partner with human services organizations whose missions are to help people with I/DD reach their full potential.

Patrice Radowitz
Public Relations Director, Family Residences and Essential Enterprises, Inc. (FREE)

eVero is a strong supporter of the Talent Connection Job Expo, a yearly event that connects people with disabilities to employers, and has participated since inception. The employment seminars presented by Jeannine Azan (Business Manager, eVero) and the individuals they have trained through their Outreach Program are popular workshops at the Job Expo. eVero provides unyielding support to persons with I/DD, and commits to helping them participate meaningfully in the community.

Wade Warren
Sr. Development Manager