Bridges Program: offering students real-world skills
Students train for workforce By Megan Clegg
The Bridges Transition Program students are back to work in the kitchen and print shop. They have fulfilled several job orders from several schools and the community! The students are working towards independent living and undergoing vocational training. The support that the campuses and community give the students allows for the Bridges program to provide real-world experience.
The students are looking for opportunities in customer service, lot attendant (carts), janitorial, food service and retail, and are looking for more opportunities in the community. If you have a business where the Bridges Program students could job shadow, train and potentially become employed in the community, please contact Megan Clegg at 979-401-1080.