Program Description

Employment services at Mandy’s Farm are designed to support individuals with disabilities in obtaining employment within community businesses at minimum wage or higher. Employment programming is designed to identify an individual’s strengths, skills, and interests that meet the needs of community businesses, while simultaneously ensuring that disabled employees have access to the support they need in order to be successful. 

Eligibility | Availability

Who's it for?

People 18 years of age and older with a disability who are interested in employment at minimum wage or higher

Type of Experience

Mandy’s Farm provides assistance to Albuquerque businesses interested in strengthening, diversifying, and expanding their workforce through inclusive hiring by identifying and screening qualified candidates, on-boarding and training new hires, and providing on-the-job support.

Program Availability

At this time, our employment program is at capacity. 

Getting Started

Our job developers also consult with businesses regarding applicable tax incentives, resources to increase accessibility for employees and customers, and much more.

To receive a notification regarding future program vacancies, should they become available, please complete the staff contact form below


Jennifer Milligan

Program Director

Jen came to us from Colorado with a wealth of experience and knowledge to lend to Mandy’s Farm.  Jen has a background as a residential coordinator, behavioral technician, and family care provider.  In Colorado, Jen had her own LLC, called “Be the Change”, in which she provided family living style, full-time care to individuals living with disabilities in her community.  Jen has been leading our community-integrated employment team and has developed a passion for helping people live their preferred lives by supporting her team to develop meaningful job opportunities for individuals in the employment program.  Jen shared ” Disability inclusion at work is about more than hiring people with disabilities. An inclusive workplace values all employees for their strengths. It offers employees with disabilities — whether visible or invisible — an equal opportunity to succeed, to learn, to be compensated fairly, and to advance. True inclusion is about embracing difference.”

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