To The Editor:
The Norwood Region Community Based Work Program (CBWP) and the Supported Employment Program within the Transition Services Department of St. Lawrence-Lewis BOCES would like to thank area businesses for supporting both our students and adults.
Several local businesses have provided our students with disabilities an opportunity to have unpaid work experiences focusing on career exploration and developing work readiness skills and competitive employment for our adults with disabilities who need on-going training and job coaching support to maintain employment.
The following Transition Teacher/ Coordinator, Senior Job Coach, and Job Coaches: Michael ONeil, Karis Munson, Mickey Cote, Margaret Charleson, Audrey Parkhurst, Laurie Thompson, Karin Malone, and Carol Tebo would like to sincerely thank area businesses for supporting our students and adults.
The businesses included are: St. Lawrence NYSARC, WalMart, Building Blocks, ARAMARK/Clarkson, Price Chopper, PACES/ SUNY Potsdam, Scoopuccinos, CP Association of the North Country, Jreck Sub-Canton, Sunfeather Soap Factory, St. Lawrence University- Dana Dining Hall, McDonalds, Bows and Bandanas, Price Chopper, Gary Russel Farm, CORC Store, SPCA, Skips Garage, Ponderosa, Emlaws, Big Lots, Save A Lot, Mayfields Apartments, Ponderosa, Sugar Shack, Potsdam Tire and Auto, Dr. Nystroms Office, Market Lanes Bowling, St. Lawrence Ave. Apartments, Advance Auto, Clarkson Building and Grounds, and Northern Family Motel.
Thank you again and we look forward to your continued support!
St. Lawrence Lewis-BOCES Transition Services- Norwood Region