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Supporting Meaningful Employment Training Series

A Person-Centered Approach to Career Planning, Job Development, and Job Retention

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Frequently Asked Questions

Below are frequently asked questions organized by topic. For all other questions or for general questions about the SME Series, contact Vicki Ferrara at or call 401-456-8092.
Fieldwork Requirements
Fieldwork Deadlines

Fieldwork Submissions

Requesting Certificates

How do I request a SME Certificate of Completion?

I have questions about the status of my attendance or fieldwork assignments, who do I contact?

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