SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Governor Dennis Daugaard is scheduled to speak at a symposium later this month about the Department of Human Services' disability employment campaign.

The third annual University of South Dakota Center for Disabilities Symposium on April 17th through 19th will draw employers, human resources managers, non-profits, state employees and others to the Sheraton Hotel & Convention Center in Sioux Falls.

On Tuesday, April 19th, Daugaard will speak about "Ability for Hire," which came out of the Employment Works task force in 2013 with the goal to make South Dakota an employment first state that focuses on increasing employment of people with disabilities. The campaign delivers information, outreach and resources to businesses, job seekers and the public workforce system.

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