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TransCen, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to improving educational and employment outcomes for people with disabilities. Our work is driven by the belief that there is a job for everyone who wants one, regardless of the nature of their disability, or other barriers to employment, their need for workplace support and accommodation, or economic circumstance. Our associates develop, implement, and research innovative practices regarding school-to-adult life transition, career and workforce development, and inclusive community participation.

The Way to Work in Action

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Seamless Transition
Self-advocacy skills, work experiences, and linkages aid transition to post-secondary education.
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Job Development
Matching a job seeker' skills with an employer's needs.
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Postsecondary Ed.
Students with intellectual disabilities experience life on campus.
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Customized Employment
Combining creativity and observed needs.

Borten Scholarship

The Judith and William Borten Scholarship is awarded annually to a deserving undergraduate student preparing for a career in secondary special education in the State of Maryland. [ more info ]

Top Reasons to Hire and Applicant with a Disability

National Disability Employment Awareness Month poster As many employers struggle to find qualified candidates for open positions, frequently they shy away from a major untapped source: people with disabilities. In recognition of National Disability Employment Awareness Month NDEAM), listen to this 60 minute webinar as TransCen, Inc. President, Laura Owens and Mid-Atlantic ADA Center Director, Marian Vessels discuss why hiring a qualified worker with a disability makes good business sense. Learn some of the benefits employers have reported after employing people with disabilities and resources for finding and accommodating this valuable pool of talent.

Webinar: Top Reasons to Hire and Applicant with a Disability 


TransCen Employees Featured at the U.S. Dept. of Labor ODEP

Two TransCen Employees featured in the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Disability Employment Policy, Policies and Practice.

Michael Adams working with TransCen President Laura Owens  Michael Adams: When it comes to accounting, attention to detail clearly matters. Fortunately for one nonprofit organization based in Rockville, Maryland, Michael Adams is on the job.

Meghan Jones working with TransCen President Laura Owens Meghan Jones is a woman on the move. When not working on her forthcoming book or doing volunteer work, the Rockville, Maryland resident juggles two part-time jobs, one at a grocery store, where she does a variety of general duties, and the other at a non-profit organization, where she is an office clerk.


TransCen Inc. is developing new website

A new version of is currently being developed.

Stay tuned, the new website will go live in June.

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TransCen, Inc.
401 N. Washington Street, Suite 450
Rockville, MD 20850
(voice) 301-424-2002  (TTY) 301-217-0124
(fax) 301-251-3762
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