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.