Scarborough & Tweed was recently honored at The Compass Project’s 2nd Annual Appreciation & Recognition Reception for its work with individuals who have learning differences, Autism spectrum disorders, and related disabilities. Scarborough & Tweed offers internship opportunities and job training to individuals referred by The Compass Project.
The Compass Project serves teens and young adults with learning differences, executive functioning and social communication challenges, Autism Spectrum disorders, and related disabilities. The organization helps young people successfully transition from high school, college or unemployment to the workplace and independent adulthood. It is program of Jewish Child Care Association, a major child and family service agency helping 16,000 children of all backgrounds.
Nick from Scarborough & Tweed accepts a certificate of appreciation from The Compass Project.