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Employment Focus Groups with the Metro Regional Quality Council

Metro Regional Quality Council iconThe Metro Regional Quality Council is seeking participants for focus groups! They want to hear from you about your experiences in employment. We encourage you to participate if you are a person with a disability, a case manager, a family member, or an employment support professional.

The Council will have assistants present and can make accommodations to ensure everyone is able to share their experiences. Focus groups are 90 minutes long and participants with disabilities or family members will receive a $25 Visa gift card for their time. Focus group time and locations are to be decided.

If you have any questions or are interested in participating, please contact Angie Guenther, MRQC project manager, at or 952.915.3669.

Note: For persons with disabilities, you do not need to have a job to participate. Anyone who has experience wanting, looking, and/or applying for jobs are invited to come. Jobs may include community employment, supported employment, day programs, volunteer positions, and more.

The Metro Regional Quality Council is a group of people working together to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities. The Regional Quality Councils (RQCs) were developed from the State Quality Council to examine and improve services for people with disabilities in specific regions and encourage community involvement. Learn more at