I CAN 2

Life sparkles. Life shines.  Do what you love. 

 Not everyone can attend college or a trade school.   At I CAN 2 we train and employ people with disabilities for the career of their dreams.  Our primary focus is on the discovery and development of each individuals' creativity, strengths, and passion for a career they would love and enjoy.    Please join us by supporting our efforts to make a measurable difference in the lives of others. Because sometimes life is just better for all of us when we let our light shine.

 

OUR MISSION

Meaningful Work. Unforgettable Experiences.

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EDUCATE

We educate people with disabilities in safety, production, and assembly of skill sets to produce quality, marketable products and services.  A  certificate will be earned upon completion and demonstration of competency.

EXPLORE

We explore various avenues of creativity and provide a person-centered approach to work through the discovery of unique desires, abilities, and talents.  Current and future career offerings include:
Inspirational Art, Jewelry, Photography, Floral design, Woodworking, Cooking/bakery, Community garden, Technology, Laudry services, Animal Care, Church Ministry

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EMPLOY

We employ disabled people by marketing their products and services through social media, Etsy, online store, craft and trade shows, farmers markets, and our local community store. A focus is also on providing a rich environment for the development of meaningful, supportive relationships. Skills will be taught relating to what it means to work as an individual, as a co-worker, and ultimately as a team.

EMPOWER

We empower people with disabilities to lead a more self directed life, gain independence, build relationships, lessen their dependence on government assistance, manage their money, and give back through volunteering within their local communities.

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Image by Steve Halama

"Not all of us can do great things, but we can do small things with great love"

Mother Theresa