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Vocational training skills for the developmentally disabled are offered through a wide variety of job activities including:
Janitorial crews are tasked with general cleaning of buildings and keeping them maintained and in good condition.
Our trash crews pick up trash and recycling, and then transport it to a sorting facility, landfill, or recycling center. They may pick up trash from residential or commercial buildings.
Designed to introduce participants to the world of work and to prepare them for entry into further vocational or technical programs.
Sort materials, such as metals, glass, wood, paper or plastics, into appropriate containers for recycling.
Road crew workers help maintain and clean trash from the beautiful highways of Northeastern Oklahoma.
operating industrial sized paper shredding machines, sorting confidential material and preparing it to be shredded, properly disposing shredded material at Waste Management, and making pick-ups within the community at various locations.
Inspects and identifies equipment or machines in need of repair. Troubleshoots issues to determine necessary repairs. Performs general repairs that do not require a specialized technician.
Shape, form, and mold artworks out of clay, often using a potters wheel and other tools. They glaze and fire pieces in kilns, which are large, special furnaces that dry and harden the clay.
To inquire about possible placement please
contact our Resource Support team.
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