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2020 has been a tough year but we are proud to share that we DOUBLED our impact this year! Celebrate EDU online education programs have reached 422 people with disabilities in 2020. We couldn’t do our work without the help of our incredible community. This holiday season, please consider making a donation to Celebrate EDU to support our amazing entrepreneurs with disabilities.

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Student Stories

Mariel is working to open her online store ‘Mariel’s Boutique’ to sell unique, fashionable accessories.

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Reid is a man with a mic. He is a singer-songwriter, podcast host, and speaker.

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Sophia is an entrepreneurial thinker. She is a make-up artist and YouTuber.

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Conner has an entrepreneurial spirit and is using his interest in computers to carve a path for the future.

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Collaborating with Disability Organizations Across the Country

We work with organizations who embrace innovative ideas, think outside the box, and want to provide opportunities for self-advocates to live happier, more meaningful lives. Celebrate EDU members receive curricula, resources, and education to teach the skills needed to thrive in today’s world.

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You can add any text or other items here and it will output a white background… People have so many assumptions about what it means to have a brother with autism, most of which are wrong. I don’t think of myself as having a brother on the spectrum. I just have a brother and he’s amazing because of the way that he sees the world, not in spite of it. And, like any sister would, I’ve always wanted him to have a fulfilling life. I knew at an early age that I was lucky to have Brent.

 

Developing Self-Advocacy Skills

Our programs create self-advocates, people who know themselves, advocate for what they need, and have skills that make them employable. We are shifting the employment landscape for people with disabilities by challenging the notion that “underemployment” is the best option.

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