Genesis Transition to Work

Jefferson & Brookfield

Our Genesis Program offers services for young adults with disabilities that provides extended education in a number of areas that will ensure for a more successful future on a personal and professional level with their community.

During the program, students are introduced to specialized courses that will enhance their current level of abilities. Classes include finance management, technology, career exploration, health & wellness and functional living skills. While general courses are available to all students, specialty classes are available for those interested in specific career paths such as nursing, food service and business.

St. Coletta will provide support to help students gain the ability to work in a field of their choice. Recently, two Genesis students enrolled in the MATC Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) program and are working to  fulfill their degrees.

Having an established rate of success for people that participate in our programs and services, we are confident students leaving our programs will more employable and have a better chance of living independently.

For more information, please contact Geralyn Dorn, Director of Admissions and Community Outreach at #920-674-8304.

  • Community and employment exploration
  • Independent Living Skills
  • Social Skills
  • Job Soft Skills
  • Personal Finance Skills
  • Job development and placement