In this recent television news interview, Auburn team member Aaron Stone highlights how he finds successful work placements for his clients, and he voices his belief about work. Both are integral to Aaron's and Work Opportunities Unlimited's core belief system, and reason why Aaron has earned the prestigious Roger LaChapelle award. http://www.wcsh6.com/news/local/207/work-opportunities-unlimited-employee-recieves-national-award/351071987
On September 22, 2016, WOU in collaboration with PG County Public Schools presented three transition programs that are being offered to students across the district which includes 13 high schools. The programs include: Project Search, Employment Transition Services, and Pre-Employment Transition Services. The picture above was taken at Northwestern High School in Hyattsville, MD following [...]
Dan Lowe has been helping kids cross the street on their way home from school for two years. The Portland crossing guard living with Autism had help from Work Opportunities Unlimited finding employment. PORTLAND, Maine -- When kids at East End Community School walk home, they're met by a [...]
AUBURN — The Wal-Mart Supercenter has two major entrances out front — left for groceries, right for everything else. Arnold McLean is the reason a lot of people hang a left. He's quick with a laugh, a smile, a "woo-hoo!" and a booming, "How you doing?" from his greeter's post just inside the [...]
Founded on the principal that all people deserve to work independently in their communities, Independence Works is a non-profit affiliate of Work Opportunities Unlimited. Independence Works provides vocational rehabilitation services to the people of Florida. RIVIERA BEACH, Fla.-- Sadly in Florida, doors to employment don’t always open to people with disabilities. They [...]
A news story on WTVJ Channel 6 in Miami (NBC Affiliate) about Work Opportunity Unlimited's partnership with Centerplate Culinary, a food service provider at Super Bowl XLIV.