Aspire in the Chicago Tribune

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April 19, 2017

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1 minute

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Future leaders from Mizzou gave up their spring break to give back and volunteer at Aspire, experiencing first-hand the value that adults with disabilities bring to the community and workforce. We were honored to welcome them to Aspire Careers and Aspire Living, where they helped teach adults with disabilities new skills, formed friendships and even put on a concert! This was an experience the students and clients at Aspire will remember for a long time!

Read all about it in the Chicago Tribune: www.chicagotribune.com/news/ct-alternative-spring-break-met-20170327-story.html

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