GCCLC provides a variety of vocational training and skill-building services for individuals served to allow personal growth and improve independence. These vocational skills are developed through our Job Coaching staff.
Our clients work in a multitude of settings throughout the community – an outdoor market, an ink cartridge distribution business, a trophies and awards store (including Braille products), and a recycling center, as well as a workshop where the vocational trainees (people with developmental disabilities) work on packaging, bagging and shredding paper for local industries and businesses.
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The sheltered employment approach provides trainees (people with developmental disabilities) an opportunity to master skills by working on light packaging, assembling and bagging work for local companies including Covercraft and Amcor, as well as cutting plastic and shredding paper for local industries and businesses. The training and work occurs at a GCCLC facility. If you are a business and would like us to do work for you, please call Chip at 405-238-3773.
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