These stories celebrate the achievements of program participants and partners throughout the network of Project SEARCH sites. We are inspired and motivated by these examples of young people finding fulfillment, learning new skills, and getting good jobs; new programs starting up; and awards received for innovative approaches and excellent outcomes.
Project SEARCH in the News
Thanks to a partnership with Wilderness Inquiry, these Ohio interns, alumni, and family members experienced team building and outdoor adventure.
Project SEARCH and War Memorial Hospital have teamed up to help Upper Peninsula students this school year, and after a year and a half of planning they held a ribbon cutting Monday, October 1.
All six Project SEARCH interns at Marshall Medical Center have been hired to work in the hospitals or by local businesses. And two of the teens found love in the program and have tied the knot!
Project SEARCH at the University of Washington is operated in partnership with the university and Seattle Public Schools. The program helps young people with autism gain skills vital to workplaces — and, by the end of the school year, to find jobs.