On March 7th, 2017, Goldberg & Osborne Management Attorney Page Chancellor spoke to teens at the Intermountain Academy, part of Intermountain Centers for Human Development.
Specifically Page talked with the teens in the Workability program that helps high school students with disabilities transition into the workforce. The program strives to allow teens to achieve a high school diploma from an accredited institution as well as the skills required to achieve employment and succeed at working with others. Page helped give tips to the teens on applying for jobs, interviewing with jobs, and how to work hard and make an impact once hired.
Intermountain is licensed by the State of Arizona to provide many services for the State’s at-risk populations in group homes, foster homes, and independent living settings. Serving over 3,000 individuals each year in Arizona, the approximately 300 staff members (most of whom are program staff) are dedicated to providing the highest quality, community-based, individualized services in the most cost-effective manner to the at-risk individuals referred to Intermountain for services.