Dawn of Hope Works!
What to expect from Community Integration Services:
• Doing things in the community
• Taking Classes
• Joining a club
• Pursuing better health goals
• Doing fun things with others
• Building new community relationships
• Defining and reaching goals.
• Learning to use the community & resources
What to expect from Employment Services:
• Trying out certain jobs to see if you are ready (Situational Observation & Assessment)
• Writing a Job Plan for what you want (Job Development or Self Employment Plan)
• Job Development or Self-Employment Start up
• Job Coaching
• Job Coaching Self-Employment
• Career Advancement
• Benefits Counseling
• Integrated Employment Path Services (gets you ready for work)
Examples of Current & Present Successful Employment Experiences:
Texas Roadhouse Taco Bell Food City Fazoli’s
Wendy’s Rite Screen Greg’s Pizza Road Runner Markets
ETSU Food Services Lab Connect Dominos
Accu-force Food Lion McDonalds
If you or your company is interested in developing work connections, please reach out and call us!
Dawn of Hope is an ECF & Choices Service Provider
Further information about Day and Employment Services can be obtained by contacting Shannon Haney at 434-5600, or emailing email@example.com
REST AREA Employment Opportunities
Rest Area Employment Opportunities
Through the cooperation of the State Use Program, TDOT and CMRA*, Dawn of Hope oversees and operates two rest areas located on Interstate 81 in Greene County, Tennessee. Up to 15 people may be employed by this program.
• Grounds & Maintenance
• Tourism/Map Center
Daniel Guy –
Rest Area Coordinator
About Daniel: Daniel has been a member of the Dawn of Hope work force since 2004. He is a huge Vols fan, and along with his wife loves his many dog babies. He likes cars, guitars, and has a collection of vehicles to suit his whimsical moods. Daniel has a special love and relationship with all the people Dawn of Hope supports.
Rest Area Manager
Further information about employment at the Greeneville Tennessee Rest Area Employment can be obtained by contacting or calling Daniel at 423-773-5908, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
*CMRA is a 501(c)3 nonprofit agency that works with both community agencies supporting disabled Tennesseans and private businesses to fulfill state and local government contracts by employing people with disabilities. CMRA’s staff looks for contracting opportunities, negotiates with prospective business partners, creates certification proposals and oversees the contracts once they are implemented by CMRA’s business partners. CMRA advocates for increased opportunities for employment and advancement for Tennesseans with disabilities