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Danny Moeder, Curlianna Prince, Sean Columbus and Steven Harper graduated from The Self Advocacy Leadership Series in   March 2015. All attended a class every Wednesday for eight weeks where they learned about advocating for themselves.  They studied disability laws, team building and communication.  The series culminated with friends and family joining the group for a graduation celebration where the participants gave speeches on various topics.  When you see any of these folks please congratulate them on a job well done! 


 

Annual pre-Thanksgiving Dinner

Posted on December 23

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Governor Elect Charlie Baker stopped by the Annual pre-Thanksgiving Dinner hosted by Senator Linda Dorcena Forry and the Boston Fire Department for disabled individuals at Florian Hall.  Shown here with WORK Inc. CEO Jim Cassetta, Case Manager Dan O’Donnell, and Timmy Gaines.


 


 

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WORK Inc. Staff attend the Dorchester Board of Trade's annual Mayors Luncheon. A homecoming for Dorchester's own Mayor Marty Walsh. WORK Inc. CEO Jim Cassetta shown here sharing a laugh with the mayor. 


 


 

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Sharon Smith of Work Inc. participates in the Transition to Integrated Employment  2014 Series of Trainings and Public forums held at Rhode Island College.

Urban Youth 2013

Posted on August 08
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The Department of Developmental Services for the last 20 yrs has provided grants state-wide for young people to experience Human Service work.  Thursday Aug 8th  they were recognized during a ceremony at the State House.
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Amanda Fava addresses the Urban Youth Award ceremony. WORK Inc. was well represented at the State House celebrating this innovative program that links young people with individuals with disabilities.
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