LABBB remains dedicated to its mission of providing supportive learning opportunities to special needs students by sharing its resources with multiple school districts and maintaining superior quality to those it serves. A recent example of this is our new partnership with the Habitat ReStore.
The ReStore is a non-profit retail outlet, open to the public, specializing in the resale of quality new and previously owned furniture, appliances, home goods, building materials and more. Some of the job duties include customer service, receiving and processing donations, cleaning and identifying products, minor repairs, and testing appliances. Students have the opportunity to learn and integrate numerous practical and professional competencies while working alongside other staff members.
We would like to thank the Habitat ReStore and thank the students who are embarking on this new skill development and vocational opportunity.
Students focus on the task at hand. Whole Foods is a wonderful work site for our students. The staff is very welcoming and our students learn a wide array of specific job skills and have the ability to learn how to be a productive worker as part of a team!
LABBB Collaborative has worked with Semi-New Computers for several years. Their willingness to train our students and provide real life work opportunities is greatly appreciated. We look forward to our continued partnership and our joint venture in educating our young adults.
Dale L. showing a student the intricacies of the Marine Polymer work site.
An informative day of ABA training and adaptive work site skill development at Belmont High School. Thank you to our instructors for the valuable learning opportunity.