WINCHESTER — In Virginia, people with physical, emotional and/or mental challenges can remain enrolled in a public school until age 21. After that, other ways must be sought for them to stay active, engaged and productive. NW Works, a local nonprofit that offers job training and placement services for people with special needs in the NorthernContinue reading “NW Works program prepares high school students for employment- The Winchester Star”
Since launching the Career Café in September, clients have explored new career paths and built up their social confidence.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WINCHESTER, VA. December 6, 2022– NW Works, Inc. announced today that Grady (Skip) Philips, III has been appointed as the Chief Executive Officer of the organization. With more than 30 years of experience in business leadership, Philips will succeed Debera Taylor and assume responsibilities on January 3, 2023. Taylor left NW Works, Inc.Continue reading “NW Works, Inc. Appoints Grady Philips, III As New CEO “
After a lot of challenging work, the gardens at NW Works, Inc. are ready for spring. And it’s all thanks to two Director Support Professionals.
The Winchester Star covered NW Works’ Career Exploration event at Winchester City Hall. Article by Brian Brehm.
Read Josh Janney of the Winchester Star’s feature on the 5th graduating class of ProjectSEARCH.
United Way of Northern Shenandoah Valley, P.O. Box 460, Winchester, VA 22604 NW WORKS, INC. RECEIVES GRANT FROM UNITED WAY NSV FOR $8,200 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Ellie Tahmaseb, Marketing and Public Relations Manager, NW Works 540-313-9446, firstname.lastname@example.org WINCHESTER, Virginia (May 26, 2022) – NW Works, Inc. is pleased to announce it has received a $8,200Continue reading “NW Works Receives Grant From United Way NSV”
This month we are pleased to introduce our Training Coordinator, Scott Laing. Scott joined NW Works in March of 2018 and has nearly 20-years of experience in the field supporting individuals with disabilities and complex behavioral health needs.
This December, CEO Debera Taylor asks our readers join us in leveling the playing field for adults with disabilities.
Meet NW Works Board of Directors member Todd Devine. Learn about his passion for serving the disability community.