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Student Spotlight

Meet Joe !

“I chose the SOAR program because it is possible to graduate in two years, rather than four.”

Click here to check out the brand new Reap College of Education and Human Development's Newsletter!  In it are highlights of the SOAR program as well as a student spotlight on a SOAR graduate, Rachel Boyer.   

On Thursday, one of our SOAR students was extra brave and tried a gluten-free green tea cupcake after the Social Coaching Lesson. This man from Nova Scotia combined his food allergies with a love of baking into a trendy business opportunity. Do you think this man from Nova Scotia also bakes green tea cupcakes?

Recipe for success: N.S. man turns love of baking into business opportunity
A Nova Scotia man on the autism spectrum has turned his love for baking into a business opportunity.

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Best girlfriends!

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Photos from an Everyday Life Skills review game this week!

Marywood SOAR Program added 2 new photos.

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SOAR students met with Social Coaches today to hone conversation skills for the workplace. Everyone did a great job keeping the conversation going by asking questions.

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Marywood SOAR students watched a video and discussed acceptable humor in the workplace today, part of social skills training here at SOAR.

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If you are a SOAR program graduate, have you considered employment at Marywood? Some of the graduates of the SOAR program have found positions here after graduation, and there are a lot of positions open right now!

Marywood University Employment Opportunities
Marywood University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from women and minorities.

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