Jim Snyder, MS, CRC

Press Release

Snyder Vocational Services becomes Member of the American Dream Employment Network


Snyder Vocational Services will provide face-to-face and remote/telephonic services to individuals with disabilities participating in the Social Security Administration’s Ticket to Work program

Snyder Vocational Services announced today that it is now a member of the American Dream Employment Network (ADEN).  ADEN is the first national administrative Employment Network providing face-to-face services to individuals receiving Social Security Administration (SSA) disability benefits under the Ticket to Work program. 

For individuals receiving SSA disability benefits, the return to gainful employment can be complicated and challenging. SSA recognizes the challenges that beneficiaries face in returning to work and, as a result, are able to offer supports to individuals who have the goal of achieving financial self-sufficiency, through its Ticket to Work program. If you are receiving SSI or Social Security Disability, and are between the ages of 18-64 and looking for employment, please visit, or contact ADEN Member

Snyder Vocational Services was founded and is run by Jim Snyder, MS, CRC.  Snyder Vocational Services provides vocational services to injured workers and disabled individuals on behalf of insurance carriers, Federal Government, Third Party Administrators and employers. Snyder Vocational Services provides services including: Vocational Assessments, Career Exploration, Career Counseling, Job Development, Job Placement, Labor Market Surveys/Employer Sampling, Transferable Skills Analysis, Development of Vocational Rehabilitation Plans for modified/alternate work and conduct Earning Capacity Study.

ADEN is a division of National Disability Institute (NDI) whose mission is to provide a better economic future for Americans with disabilities. ADEN is interested in providing services that lead to the long-term financial stability of job seekers receiving disability benefits. ADEN Members offer the following core services: career counseling, Social Security Work Incentives advisement, job search supports, connection to employers, money management resources and long-term support on the job.

ADEN also recognizes the importance of engaging employers in a meaningful way, and is focused on building a network of Employer Partners who are interested in diversifying their workforce by hiring qualified candidates with a disability. If you are an employer and interested in becoming an ADEN partner, please contact ADEN Administration at 844-687-2336, or email


For more information and to find out if you qualify for job search assistance through the Ticket to Work program please contact:

Contact: Jim Snyder, MS, CRC

Phone: 480-244-4953


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