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Stone Belt Overview

Bloomington, IN
201 to 500 employees
Nonprofit Organization
Social Assistance
$10 to $25 million (USD) per year
Stone Belt is one of the oldest and largest service providers for individuals with developmental disabilities in south central Indiana, serving over 2,500 clients in multiple counties. We are committed to quality services, and we invite the entire community to play a role in ... Read more

Mission: We believe in the uniqueness, worth and right to self-determination of every individual. Therefore, it is our mission, in partnership with the community, to prepare, empower and support persons with developmental disabilities and their families to participate fully in the life ... Read more

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    Competitive benefits, flexible scheduling options, and extraordinary professional support and make a career at Stone Belt special.

  • Stone Belt is now hiring for multiple positions! We have full and part-time work available, ranging from entry level to management. Whether you've never worked in this field or you have for years, we have a great opportunity for you!

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Stone Belt – Why Work For Us?

Stone Belt is a nonprofit organization that provides resources and supports for individuals with disabilities. Established in 1958, it is the oldest and largest agency of its kind in south-central Indiana.

Why work at Stone Belt?

Positively impact the lives of people with developmental disabilities.

We believe in the uniqueness, worth, and right to self-determination of every individual. Therefore, it is our mission, in partnership with the community, to prepare, empower, and support people with developmental disabilities and their families to participate fully in the life of the community.

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Help us continue the good work we do for people with developmental disabilities by making your one-time or sustaining gift.

Advocate With Us

As government funding continues to jeopardize supports to people with disabilities, join us in advocating state and federal legislature to protect their interests.

Join Our Team

Make a difference in the lives of people with developmental disabilities when you come to work with us.

Become A Volunteer

Give back to your community by positively impacting the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities.

Stone Belt Reviews

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    Stone Belt is a fantastic organization in the Bloomington Community and one that maintains great transparency, development, and opportunities for even entry-level service professionals.


    Like all long-term support and service organizations it can be difficult to work with a population with behavioral concerns and disabilities.

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    I applied online. I interviewed at Stone Belt.


    A few days after I applied online, I got a phone call to set up a time for an interview.

    Interview Questions

    • This position requires overall good judgment, so they asked several situational questions to see how well you think on your feet. The main question I remember being asked is, "When have you been in a difficult situation and how did you respond?"

      After telling the interviewer that I had previously worked with people with developmental disabilities, he proceeded to ask me about some of those experiences and what my favorite part about this kind of work was.   Answer Question
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