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Center for Living and Learning offers job training in a “Community Rehabilitation Program” on a 20 acre farm.

Program features are:

  • Year round work program operating Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

  • Work adjustment, job training, job placement, job coaching services.

  • CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program – memberships are pre-sold to the public for the entire growing season. Each week from June to October, members pick up their box of produce that has been freshly picked by the trainees.

  • Assistance with creating a resume, completing job applications and interviewing with potential employers.

  • Job skills training.

  • Emphasis is placed on having a professional attitude at work and working as a team member with co-workers.

  • The “School to Work” program is offered to high school students 16 years and older. The students earn a class credit for completing the program.


The goals of the vocational program are to train clients, build self-confidence and assist with job placement when
the participant is ready for employment in the community.

Job skills are taught in four areas – Horticulture, light assembly work, bicycle repair, and arts and crafts.

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