Last week, we celebrated a major milestone with those that helped make it all happen.
John D. Cameron, Jr., P.E, founder and managing partner at Cameron Engineering was one of the first people to so selflessly step up and support the construction of Winters Center for Autism.
John, along with his team at Cameron Engineering, spent countless hours across more than eighteen months providing sustainable planning and design services.
It was only fitting to honor John at a special luncheon to celebrate the 100th job trainee enrolled at Winters Center for Autism. John was accompanied by his wife Loretta, son Andrew and daughter Christine along with dear friends and the Cameron engineers who helped to make the Center what it is today.
Words of gratitude were expressed by founder Michele Winters and board president Patrick Winters, followed by a personal testimonial from Christopher Cortale. After a tour of the campus, a delicious lunch was shared by all.
The generosity of John Cameron inspired additional Long Island businesses to support the cause and build the vision Joe Winters had so passionately shared.
Thank you, John Cameron! Because of you, we can help young adults on the autism spectrum fulfill their employment dreams and help businesses to #HireforaHigherPurpose
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Join us in congratulating Nicole M. who has successfully completed the Winters Center for Autism Transition Work Experience Program.
Nicole will continue her work at Winters Bros. Waste Systems as a paid employee.
We thank everyone at Winters Bros. for being an integral part to ensure Nicole’s career goals and dreams come to fruition!
Nicole has grown so much throughout her training and we are so proud of all that she has accomplished.
New Partnership with Jake's 58
Check out the story in Newsday highlighting a new partnership between Winters Center for Autism and Jake's 58.
Learn more about our programs and services on our website or give us a call at (631) 635-1169.
We are so thankful for our friend and Coram Store Manager, Howard, and his team, who not only showed up to educate our participants on garden and horticulture skills but showed up with loads of donations for our outdoor garden area!
Our participants had a great time working together to beautify our garden space for the Spring and Summer season ahead.
We thank them tremendously for their time and continued generosity.
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Winters Center for Autism Team
The Winters Center for Autism is committed to enhancing the quality of life for adults with autism through job creation, training and placement while helping businesses to develop and implement programs to employ people with autism.