Project SEARCH started in 1996 at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. The hospital cared for young people with disabilities, and it needed workers in many areas. Hiring people with disabilities became a commitment.
Today, Project SEARCH helps young people as they grow into adults, and it has 30 locations in Wisconsin. The one-year program gives you real-life work experience, classroom training, and skill developments. As an Intern, your goals are to explore career opportunities and gain experience. Once you finish the program, you should be ready to join the workforce. Project SEARCH has 30 locations in Wisconsin.
Project SEARCH helps you as you move from high school to the responsibilities of adult life. It serves:
To learn how and when you can apply, click here.
GT Independence is a partner in the Project SEARCH program in La Crosse, Wisconsin. We provide a Skills Trainer who helps the Interns and the Project SEARCH Instructor.
For questions about Project SEARCH, please call GT Independence toll-free at 877.659.4500. Or, email firstname.lastname@example.org.