top of page

VOCATIONAL TRAINING PROGRAM

We are a non-accredited vocational program that teaches apparel decoration, e-commerce, laser operations, and marketing. The goal of the program is to assist individuals with disabilities in transitioning into the apparel decoration,

e-commerce, laser engraving, or marketing industry with some experience and knowledge of their own functional limitations. 

JOB SEARCHES

Students will have the opportunity to learn about and search for jobs in the Apparel Decoration Industry.

INTERVIEW
SKILLS

Students will have the opportunity to learn about questions commonly asked in interviews and will have the opportunity to participate in multiple mock interviews. 

JOB READINESS

Students will have the opportunity to learn about the industry, address qualifications, and learn about reasonable accommodations. 

PRE-PRESS OPERATIONS

Pre-Press Operations includes computer skills, graphic design, printing, cutting, and preparing materials for press operations. 

RESUME CREATION

Students will learn about resumes, what needs to be addressed and how to create and update a resume for the industry.

PRESS
OPERATIONS

Press Operations is the process of physically pressing the prepared materials and producing products to be shipped or sold at a later time.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

THE VOCATIONAL TRAINING PROGRAMS WILL INCLUDE:

• Interviewing Skills Training, Resume Preparation, Job Seeking Skills, and Workplace       Accommodations.

• Accommodations for a variety of disabilities.

• Industry Specific Training:

• Pre-press Operations, Laser Engraving, Apparel Decoration, and E-Commerce.

• Software, printing, & computer operations

• Basic computer graphics & art

• Press operations and safety

• Refreshment of general education classes (math & science); as it applies to Apparel Decoration.

• Overview of common issues & troubleshooting press problems

• Assessments to address and assess applicant proficiency.

 

 

QUANTIFICATIONS FOR PROGRAM:

• Individual applying for program must have a disability. 

• Application must be completed and turned in for consideration. 

• After application has been submitted, participants will undergo an initial interview to determine if they are suitable for the program.

• Applicants will be further assessed during program to determine if they are able to complete essential tasks.

• Factors to be assessed:

• Safety

• Dedication/Attitude

PROGRAM PARTNERSHIPS

COMMUNITY:

Hub City Ink believes in the power of community and is seeking opportunities to collaborate with local organizations, businesses, and other non-profits to better meet the needs of our consumers. 

HOW TO PARTNER/SUPPORT OUR PROGRAM:

Becoming a community partner is simple and easy. Here are the following steps to get you started:

• Contact us at (806) 642-0455 or at jared.kendall@liferun.org and let him know that you want to partner with Hub City Ink.

• Let us know how you want to partner. Do you want to provide volunteer time, financial support, request presentations of programing, or schedule a field day for your students at our facility? 

• Choose us to do your corporate branding, print design, apparel decoration, or other graphic needs. Each order puts money back in our pockets to serve our mission of empowering people with disabilities.

bottom of page