Bring change to your community through free ReelWorkplace programs.
ReelWorkplace seminars are provided to local companies to benefit their hiring managers, employees and clients. Seminars feature films, speakers and etiquette workshops.
If there's ever a time to bring programming about diversity, equity and inclusion to your workplace, the time is now. Join us in our mission to create a community that truly includes everyone.
This signature event of the Festival helps Houston's business community understand the importance of creating a culture of inclusion by leveraging everyone's unique abilities.
Join us for a discussion with professionals who have overcome challenges from disabilities in their personal and professional lives. Their experiences encourange companies to access the pipe line of qualified candidates with disabilities and create champions of inclusion in the workplace.
Free screenings of a disability-related film or speaker-led discussion are available for management or all employees. Programming is customizable to best fit your goals.
Host a Disability Inclusion Workshop at your workplace or virtually. Your employees will learn how to: create a welcoming environment for customers and increase employee engagement, effectively interact with people with diverse abilities, and appropriate behavior and language when working with the public or an employee with a disability.
Companies needing assistance with providing reasonable accommodations to employees are able to contact Alexander JFS's Career & Employment Center professional staff for suggestions.
ReelAbilities Houston's public programming brings impactful films, speakers, music and art to thousands each year.
Promote the message of inclusion to your employees and customers with ReelWorkplace. To request a free event, please submit your information using the form, and the ReelAbilities team will be in touch within two business days.
ReelAbilities is presented to the City of Houston by Host City Organizer the JFS Alexander Institute for Inclusion in collaboration with the Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities.