Jeannine Pavlak joined Patrick Berry on MassAppeal to discuss local staffing issues and how neba is working to fill those openings.
neba CEO, Jeannie Pavlak, had the opportunity to appear on 22News' InFocus to chat about neba's programs and how folks can get involved. Check out the full interview above.
Watching our participants grow and succeed in the workplace and out of it, is why we do what we do here at neba. Meet Dreya K!. She began working with us through DTA and was kind enough to share about her experience. She also put together this video with her interview tips!
On November 1st, five neba students had the opportunity to tour Cromwell-based Carey Manufacturing. This tour was the second offered to neba students and showed many aspects of manufacturing. From quality assurance, to product refinement, students were able to get a real-life example of how manufacturing can be creative and energetic. Check out the full article here.
neba CEO, Jeannine Pavlak, joined Ashley Tresoline on her show Food for Life to discuss neba's work and how they help folks life their version of a good life! Check out the clip above.
Alli Smale is a graduate of Hobart and William Smith Colleges and has worked in Disability Employment Supports and Workforce Development for over 22 years, helping youth and adults attain their career goals while supporting them to develop their own identity in their community, as well as self-advocacy and leadership skills.
Ruth A. Poirier joined NEBA in June of 2011.
Kylee came to this field from her experience as a co-worker of an individual that neba was providing on the job supports to.
Daniel Quirk began his career at neba in 2015 as an Employment Consultant.
I started the business as an independent author then transitioned to being an editor. The idea to be an editor came when a fellow author reached out for help with her manuscript.