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“Bottom Line of Disabilities” Conference Featured in Deseret News

“Bottom Line of Disabilities” Conference Featured in Deseret News

SALT LAKE CITY — People are like dandelions: They can be seen as a benefit or a detriment, depending on the perspective of the viewer. Little children love dandelions, according to Thorkil Sonne, founder of Specialisterne, a nonprofit organization that seeks to expand job opportunities and provide training for people with autism spectrum disorders. Children […]

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Columbus’s “Bottom Line of Disabilities” Conference Featured in the Salt Lake Tribute

Columbus’s “Bottom Line of Disabilities” Conference Featured in the Salt Lake Tribute

(Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune) Christopher Charles, left, and Steven Sargetakis work on computers with SketchUp Make, a 3D modeling program. The University of Utah and Columbus Community Center are testing a pilot program that hopes to eventually connect people with autism with jobs. The pilot project is training 10 high school students […]

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The Bottom Line of Disabilities

The Bottom Line of Disabilities

Join Columbus and the GIC for “The Bottom Line of Disabilities: Investing in Social Change” A symposium on the economic, financial, and social complexities of employing individuals with disabilities Tuesday, January 20th, 2015 8:00 am — 1:30 pm Columbus Community Center 3495 South West Temple Salt Lake City, Utah 84115 Event sponsored by: Event registration, program information, and speaker biographies are available […]

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Columbus honored by South Salt Lake Mayor

Columbus was recognized by South Salt Lake with the 2014 Mayor’s Award for Design Excellence. Columbus’s central campus, located at 3495 South West Temple, houses the agency’s administrative offices, a Day Activity Program, and Columbus Secure Document Solutions. Columbus opened the building in 2001 after residing in the old Columbus School for many years. Atlas […]

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