The Columbus Connects staff work with individuals with ages 14 to 21 with job exploration counseling, work-based learning experiences, counseling on post-secondary educational opportunities, workplace readiness training, and training in self-advocacy.
The program NeuroVersity uses SketchUp, so students explore their interests with the support of experienced peers.It was founded by Drs. Scott and Cheryl Wright. Experts in fields that use SketchUp professionally: architecture firms, theme park, and game designers.
The program assists people with disabilities to find meaningful employment in local communities. The goal is to match each client with employment that best matches their interests, skills and abilities. Job coaches provide on-going support.