For Students With Disabilities, A Pathway to Employment

With the sun pouring in from a large window behind him, 18-year-old Joshua Cassin, a senior at St. Clair High School, wears a big smile as he wipes down and sanitizes a bed at Mercy Hospital Washington. It’s 2 p.m. on a Friday afternoon, a time when Joshua’s classmates are still in school, but that isn’t why he’s smiling. He loves his job, not just the work, but the overall experience. “I like talking with people,” said Joshua, an intern in the new Pathway to Employment program launched at the start of this school year for students with disabilities to help them make a more successful school-to-work transition….Read More


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