12 students with disabilities graduate from ProjectSEARCH – The Winchester Star

Image of NW Works employee Joey Dunlap holding up his index finger to a client, on the right side of the image, who mirrors the pose. They both wear face masks and suits.

WINCHESTER — Twelve graduates celebrated on Friday after completing an internship program at Valley Health’s Winchester Medical Center.

This is the fourth year for ProjectSEARCH, which helps students with disabilities build real-world work experience, write resumes and participate in mock-interviews. The program’s goal is to help students secure work in the community. READ MORE

Image information: Jeff Taylor/The Winchester Star. “ProjectSEARCH program graduate Peter Gregori (right) signals ‘the first’ along with ProjectSEARCH skills trainer Joey Dunlap after being named the program’s first Employee of the Year during a ceremony at the Winchester Medical Center Conference Center Friday.”

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