PARAMUS, N.J. -- The Bergen County Special Services Schools are looking for business owners to help existing students find work via the "New Bridges Program."
The school is looking to place students in internships involving simple filing, data entry, and mail room sorting or copying.
Students age 16 and older are eligible for job internships. These are unpaid work experiences where students are supervised at all times by Job Coaches who are trained employees of Bergen County Special Services Schools.
Internships generally occur one hour once or more times a week, some internships are for just one student others utilize two or three students. The district is responsible for the student at all times of the school day and is insured, students are always supervised by our staff.
Several current students volunteer in Englewood Hospital, and one student assembles visitor passes at Valley Hospital. Two students vacuum and clean the offices at American Red Cross.
Contact John O’Donnell, Structured Learning Teacher at email@example.com or call 201- 343-6000 ext. 4531.
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