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Focusing on integrated solutions for competitive employment, four nonprofit organizations in the Portland metro area will drive employment growth for people with developmental disabilities in the region’s large businesses via the highly successful Project SEARCH program.
We’ve formed a new partnership with Albertina Kerr Centers, Port City Development Center, and Bethesda Lutheran Communities to expand the nationally-acclaimed Project SEARCH program in the Portland metro area. Our four organizations will combine resources to work together with large local businesses to improve employment opportunities for people with developmental disabilities.
One of Oregon’s ‘100 Best Companies to Work For,’ the $30 million outsourcing organization increased the number of hours worked by people with disabilities by 21% from 2010
DePaul Industries released its 2011 disability employment statistics today, showing an increase of 21% of hours worked by people with disabilities for the 40-year-old organization.
We’re proud to announce that DePaul Industries has been named one of Oregon’s 100 Best Companies to Work For by Oregon Business magazine for the second year in a row—and are one of the few not-for-profit organizations on the list.
DePaul Packaging’s Hayden Island facility just received an AIB International score of 970 on its latest Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) Inspection for Consolidated Standards for Food Safety report. Any score of above 900 is considered a ‘Superior’ Rating, and we’re thrilled to have exceeded that mark since 2006.
There’s a great radio overview of the DePaul Industries’ business model at 105.1 FM The Buzz, highlighting our various business units and how we operate a integrated social venture—successfully helping business and people with disabilities simultaneously.
Northwest Food Processors Association’s Education Research Institute (ERI) and the Hitachi Foundation presented DePaul Industries with a 2011 Distinguished Premier Food Processor Award in front of 150 industry leaders at a general session during the 98th Annual NW Food Manufacturing & Packaging Expo and Conference held on J
HR education & career resource OnlineHumanResources.Net (OHR) highlighted our Strategic Plan in a recent blog post, stating that our grand plans for expansion of revenue and employment of people with disabilities is good news f
When aiming to create employment opportunities for everyone who wants to work, that includes discovering and developing innovative ways to create jobs for those with the most significant barriers to employment.
The $25.7 million company’s five-year Strategic Plan will scale its existing social entrepreneurial operations to increase revenue and expand employment opportunities