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In a time of uncharted territory, this summer employU has continued to adjust the way our staff, clients, and business partners work together. employU has also implemented new health safety policies that include social distancing, face coverings, and sanitization for the protection of clients, staff, and business partners. These adjustments and policies have made it [...]
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Project SEARCH is a very specified work-based learning experience within the Transition Youth Program that has contributed to the success and growth of youth clients.  employU has partnered with St. Lucie County Public Schools and the Cleveland Clinic Tradition Hospital in the Project SEARCH Transition to Work Program.  Through Project SEARCH, students can participate in […]

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For a little over a year, employU has proudly partnered with Capture ISG. Capture ISG is a data collection and reporting company that specializes in employee and consumer telephone surveying, whose General Manager, Justin Council, is a former Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Counselor. With a background in Vocational Rehabilitation, Justin was able to tailor Capture’s newest [...]
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Moving Forward Together As A Community
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2020 has certainly brought a lot of “new” with it - a new year, a new decade, and a new way of doing things.  With the appearance of COVID-19, the entire world has had to make changes and adjust.  Here at employU, our staff worked hard to continue to assist and support our clients throughout [...]
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Jesse is an employU client with an interest in electrical work.  This interest in the field started in 2016 when he helped a neighbor install generators after Hurricane Irma. After again doing the same in 2018 during Hurricane Dorian, Jesse’s interest peaked.   Last year, Jesse participated in a work experience program with our business [...]
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Work and Play at Arnold’s Wildlife
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High school students Sundance and Chancy have been working hard during their first on-the-job training at Arnold’s Wildlife. While their main duties are to assist with feeding the animals, they sometimes help refuge staff, including a former employU client who completed her own on-the-job training at Arnold’s during her senior year of high school and [...]
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