SAVE THE DATE: Job Path’s 40th Anniversary Gala

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Turning NO into YES for more than 40 years.

JOB PATH was established in 1978 to find ways to help young adults and adults with autism and other developmental disabilities join the workforce.

JOB PATH was a pioneer: the first effort of this kind in New York State and one of the first in the country. Today our programs help people find jobs, live in their own homes, and contribute to community life.

The 2018 Customized Employment Awards

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On March 29, 2018, the NYC Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities and the Consortium for Customized Employment, a project of Job Path, honored three NYC employers that made positive contributions to people with developmental disabilities.

The following were presented with The Don Taft Customized Employment Award 2018:

International Charter School of New York
The New School
Trader Joe’s

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Matthew Levey (from left), Executive Director of the International Charter School of New York; Victor Calise, Commissioner of the New York; Fredda Rosen, Executive Director of Job Path; and Aaron Schmueli, Assistant Vice President at Goodwill.

(From right to left) Karen Waltuck, Director of the Consortium for Customized Employment, a Project through JobPath; Bobby Kendall, Regional Vice President of Trader Joe's; and Lia Gartner, Vice President of Buildings at The New School.

(From right to left) Karen Waltuck, Director of the Consortium for Customized Employment, a Project through JobPath; Bobby Kendall, Regional Vice President of Trader Joe’s; and Lia Gartner, Vice President of Buildings at The New School.