Picasso Einstein was founded to train individuals and families with disabilities on how to create a simple and meaningful job through self-employment. The program also provides awareness to the general public and disability community as to the viability of self-employment, so that self-employment is always explored as an option.
Boaz & Minerva Santiago, unsatisfied with the options traditional employment has to offer their two teens, they decided to create their own long-term, sustainable solution. Both entrepreneurs, Boaz & Minerva decided that self-employment would not only be the best option for their boys, but also for other individuals with developmental disabilities.
As a result, Boaz & Minerva started Picasso Einstein, that developed the #JobCreators Movement; focusing on a minimalist approach to job creation for persons with disabilities. Simply put, creating 1 job, based on 1 interest/passion, for 1 person at a time (1+1=1). It is what we call PersonVentured™ Self-Employment.
Picasso Einstein created a self-employment online educational platform at SelfEmploy.org so that individuals around the world can have access to this critical and life altering information. The “#JobCreators Bootcamp” Training, found on SelfEmploy.org, is for parents & professionals. The #JobCreators Integration Program, works with organizations, financial institutions and government agencies, by integrating the PersonVentured™ Business Model for Self-Employment Education into their existing offerings to the community with disabilities they serve. The #JobCreators Movement is spreading throughout the globe, being shared with parents throughout the U.S. and other countries like New Zealand, Canada, Ireland & Tasmania. The #JobCreators Movement is also being featured at conferences Nationwide from Silicon Valley & North Dakota and conferences as far away as Brazil.
To train individuals & families with disabilities how to create a simple & meaningful job through self-employment and simultaneously, provide awareness to the general public and disability community as to the viability of self-employment, so that self-employment is always explored as an option, no matter the disability or the perceived impairment.