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Project SEARCH Applauds Graduates of Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center

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Los Angeles, CA - Today PathPoint Project SEARCH interns graduate from Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center. This collaborative internship is designed for individuals with disabilities to obtain work experience as they spend a year completing rotations, integrating with hospital staff and acquiring skills that will broaden their skillset and career opportunities. Many interns are even offered employment at the end of the internship. Whether offered employment directly by the hospital or whether building their skillset for future career opportunities – one thing is true; every Project SEARCH Graduate leaves with a sense of pride, a new family of support through hospital staff and opportunities of a lifetime to expand their horizons. PathPoint is proud to pilot Project SEARCH, which enables individuals with disabilities to live as valued members in their communities.

PathPoint applauds the graduates and Project SEARCH for providing a unique opportunity for individuals with disabilities to gain valuable work experience. Congrats to the Project SEARCH Graduates from Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center. Class of 2016 – you did it!

About PathPoint

PathPoint is a non-profit organization founded in 1964 in Santa Barbara, California to assist people with disabilities and disadvantages in attaining independent living and reaching their fullest potential. For over 52 years, PathPoint’s mission has been “Learning. Living. Building Communities Since 1964.” Thanks to PathPoint’s programs, over 2,100 people in California each year are supported in their steps to live productive, independent lives within the five counties of San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Ventura, Los Angeles, and Kern. PathPoint collaborates with over 400 employment partners, corporate contributors, and public funders for program services, and foundation and grant gifts to facilitate its services.