Sign Up Now For Center4SpecialNeeds September Work It Out Program Workshop!


The first two sessions of our Work It Out Program have been an incredible success.

We have connected individuals with employment and other opportunities within our community.


Center4SpecialNeeds is pleased to be offering a job skills program called WORK IT OUT!, which is designed to educate potential employees with disabilities about the interpersonal and practical skills needed to succeed in the workplace.

Students will gain critical personal insight through personality and career assessments. Our job skills program will also provide access to real-world experience via professional guest speakers and field trips to tour local businesses.

In addition, we will be offering qualifying participants the opportunity to volunteer in our Center4SpecialNeeds office, where they will be able to practice their newly-acquired skills as well as help build their resumes.

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Our 36-Hour Informative and Interactive Course Will Include Such Topics as:

Interpersonal Skills

Communication Styles
Problem Solving, Critical Thinking and Decision Making
Teamwork, Leadership and Collaboration
Conflict Resolution
Importance of a Positive Mental Attitude and Adaptability
Strong Work Ethic and Initiative
Time Management and Stress Reduction

Practical Skills

How to Obtain and Fill Out a Job Application
Resume Writing
Interview Techniques

Meet Our Career Coach Pamela Bamerio

Pamela holds a Master’s Degree is the field of Educational Psychology and Counseling from CSUN. Her passion lies in guiding individuals as they channel their own unique attributes and talents into living a well-balanced and rewarding life. With a great respect for individual differences, Pamela always strives to help others fulfill their own personal potentials.

Space is limited!

CLICK HERE to send us your contact information so we may add you to our list and send you more information about our September session.

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