Each year, Project Genesis serves more than 225 adults and students throughout Connecticut who have a range of disabilities. Our dedicated team tailors supports to meet each consumer’s unique needs and ambitions, empowering them to become more active, productive and valued citizens.
Acquired Brain Injury

Since 1999, Project Genesis has helped survivors of brain injury attain an independent and productive life, and connect with a vibrant support network.


Special Education Support Services

We offer a comprehensive range of in-school, academic, transitional, and community-based services that support special needs and build independence.


Adults with Disabilities Jobs Program

Working with employers throughout Connecticut, we help adults with disabilities train for, find, and keep a job in a broad range of industries and positions.


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If you want to develop the best in yourself and others, we want to hear more about you. Learn about our workplace culture, benefits, upcoming recruiting events, and current opportunities.


We are looking for amazing people to join our team! We have current part time and full time positions available around Connecticut for Living Skills Trainers.

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Living Skills Trainers deliver services on an individual basis to persons with acquired brain injuries.  Services provided are intended to improve the individual’s ability to live independently in the community. Minimum requirements: H.S. Diploma or equivalent, and 2 years’ experience working with ABI, or Bachelor’s Degree and 1 year experience working with ABI. 

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Move from surviving to thriving. Our consumers courageously dare to dream, chart a course, and pursue it. Therefore, our success is measured against each consumer’s goals for their education, career, and life.
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Our employees are our greatest resource. Join our AMAZING team! 

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Define what is possible. When people with disabilities are successfully employed, everyone wins. Employers gain motivated employees and the respect of their community. That community becomes more integrated and gains productive, tax-paying citizens. And employees know they are valued and take pride in becoming a wage-earner, co-worker, and friend.

For over 25 years, Project Genesis has helped adults with disabilities find and keep a job. We work with employers throughout Connecticut, representing a broad range of industries and job offerings. Learn more by clicking here: http://www.projectgenesis.us/services/adjp/
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We are looking for special people to fill our Educator Mentor positions around the area.  Want to make a difference in a young person’s life? Education Mentors in our Special Education Support Services Program work 1:1 with students with special needs in community settings. Experience in human services, education in disabilities, and/or education required. Knowledge of mental health related issues, behavior management and transition skills including job coaching, functional academics, and daily living skills helpful. Must possess excellent oral and written communication skills and be able to work independently and in community settings.

We have both PT and FT positions available. 

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Success Story Alert! Katie has turned tragedy into triumph by using her experience to transform the lives of others.

When Katie Ellis sustained a severe brain injury over 10 years ago, doctors didn’t think she would live. But they didn’t realize how strong her spirit is.

During her time in our Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Program, Katie worked tirelessly to beat the odds, fighting her way out of the hospital and back into the community. Her courage, perseverance and personal progress are inspiring on their own, but she didn’t stop here! To learn more about Katies awesome success!

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