Business mentors show students with disabilities career paths

10/26/2012 | Tallahassee Democrat (Fla.)

Forty-nine students with disabilities spent a day with local business professionals during the annual Disability Mentoring Day in Leon County, Fla., as part of a statewide effort focused on getting an early start to creating career paths. Maria Folsom of Ability 1st said the program helps get students ready for the workplace and gives them a better idea of job expectations.

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