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The Viscardi Center
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You may also sign up for our monthly electronic newsletter. This brief news alert will contain the latest happenings at The Viscardi Center, sneak peeks at upcoming events, personal stories about the children and adults with disabilities we serve and also let you how you can get involved in our efforts.
Viscardi President and CEO, John D. Kemp speaks out about Donald Trump’s latest antics, the mocking of a journalist’s disability.
The Viscardi Center’s founder, Dr. Henry Viscardi, Jr. was posthumously inducted into the Long Island Business Hall of Fame. The first class included 20 of the most distinguished leaders in the business community. Established by Long Island Business News, it will be displayed at Hofstra University.
Phillip Mayer, a student at Henry Viscardi School at The Viscardi Center, was chosen as one of the winners of the "Embracing Our Differences" competition, an annual juried art exhibit sponsored by the Center on the Holocaust, Diversity, and Human Understanding.
A video featuring The Viscardi Center is airing on all JetBlue Airways flights during the month of October – National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM). The video highlights students from the Center’s Henry Viscardi School.
The National Business and Disability Council (NBDC) at The Viscardi Center is offering an educational online workshop to focus on accessible workplaces.
John D. Kemp, The Viscardi Center’s President & CEO, reflects on the influence baseball great Yogi Berra inadvertently had on the disability rights movement.
We’re cheering on one of our students as he trains for the NYC Marathon. Read more.
In appreciation for thousands of job opportunities for New Yorkers with disabilities, Viscardi will join NYSID in helping its member agencies and corporate partners in facilitating a day of volunteer service by cleaning parks and beautifying communities across New York State.
The Viscardi Center received a generous grant from The UPS Foundation to fund the Emerging Leaders Internship Program for College Student with Disabilities, a competitive program for undergraduate and graduate college students.
With some help from Long Beach non-profit, Surf for All, students of the Henry Viscardi School at The Viscardi Center caught some waves and enjoyed an afternoon of fun in the sun.
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