Those who meet Mushay today have trouble believing that she was once a shy teenager facing economic challenges and struggling in school. Now she's a college graduate who is paying it forward as a Workforce Development Specialist.
Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati is changing the way the world views and defines disability. We are breaking down barriers to employment for people with disabilities, people facing disadvantages, and veterans. We are committed to building a more diverse and inclusive workforce and community.
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August 14, 4:00 p.m. at Western & Southern Open. An event dedicated to celebrating local veterans, recognizing their sacrifices, and discussing ways in which the community can better support their transitions into civilian life. Includes admission to first round tennis.
On Sunday, July 16th, thieves cut through the fence surrounding Easterseals’ Building Value resale store. They broke the windows of the trucks, and robbed the organization of $9,000 worth of tools and equipment. Learn how you can help in this tough time.
The Scripps Howard Foundation awarded $30,000 to Easterseals serving Greater Cincinnati’s YouthBuild program, which provides disadvantaged youth with academic instruction, dedicated case-management support and practical, credentialed training and placement opportunities.
PNC has been a part of Easterseals for more than 10 years by maintaining a strong presence on our Board of Directors, supporting events and advocating for our mission throughout the community. PNC recently announced a commitment of three years investing in our Veteran Services.
Do you have piles of plastic grocery bags sitting around? Individuals in several of our community-based programs have begun preparing the bags to be crocheted into waterproof mats for the homeless. One individual has even learned how to crochet the mats himself!
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Our building materials reuse business provides job training in construction while offering a low-cost and green alternative to building materials. Visit our store at 4040 Spring Grove Ave. in Northside.