Since 1999, Project Genesis has helped survivors of brain injury attain an independent and productive life, and connect with a vibrant support network.
We offer a comprehensive range of in-school, academic, transitional, and community-based services that support special needs and build independence.
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.
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.
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Happy Valentine's Day Everyone! ❤️
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Right now we have a career open house going on at our Wilimantic office at 720 Main Street, 3rd floor from 1:00pm - 5:00pm.
If you are looking for employment or a career change then please stop by!
We are here to share with you all about Project Genesis, go over with you our job openings and be able to fill out an application on the spot.
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Best compliment is when the individuals we provide support to have a positive connection with our staff! It makes such a difference when helping achieve goals and strive towards independence.
To learn more about our Acquired Brain Injury program please check out our website at: http://www.projectgenesis.us/services/abi/ ... See MoreSee Less
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February is Black History Month and it is a wonderful opportunity for us to share throughout the month words of wisdom from influential African-American individuals who have and still are making a positive impact. ... See MoreSee Less
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RJ was in a motor vehicle accident in 2011. After the accident, medical professionals informed the family that RJ would most likely remain in a vegetative state. Through his family’s support and prayers, RJ overcame tremendous odds and survived. Read more about RJ’s inspiring story:
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We are hiring Weekend ILST positions in the New London County. We are looking for Part Time and Per Diem ILST’s to work Days and Evenings on Saturdays and Sundays.
▪️Current Openings: Groton, New London, Niantic and Norwich.
▪️Position Info: Living Skills Trainers deliver services on an individual basis to persons with acquired brain injuries (ILST). Services provided are intended to improve the individual’s ability to live independently in the community.
▪️The job requirements for this position: H.S. Diploma or equivalent, and 2 years’ experience working with ABI, or Bachelor’s Degree and 1 year experience working with ABI. Require reliable transportation and valid driver’s license.
▪️If you are interested please contact Lisa O’Neill by email: email@example.com or by call 860-377-2072 ... See MoreSee Less
A group of our fabulous staff are currently in Recovery Assistant training! Once they are certified it will open up more opportunities for Project Genesis to provide this service to individuals. ... See MoreSee Less
In 2007 we received the Family-Driven Award from Families United for Children’s Mental Health, Inc. This award honored our SESS Program as exemplifying “exceptional family-driven practices, values and beliefs.” Wow what an amazing honor!
Also in support from the Board of Directors, Project Genesis develops its first Strategic Plan reflecting our mission, aspirations and priorities and uniting us in pursuing a worthwhile future for our consumers, our employees and the community at large.
In addition, we were grateful Harry Evageliou, Summer Sanchez, Joe Maynard, Justin LaPietra and Karen Smith join the agency. ... See MoreSee Less
Our Special Education Support Services (SESS) focus is Succeed in School and Beyond! And when families say we listen and deliver on our word we couldn’t be happier. We work throughout Connecticut, in both school and community settings, offering a comprehensive scope of services.
To learn more about our SESS services checking our pit website at: http://www.projectgenesis.us/services/sess/ ... See MoreSee Less
To kick off American Heart Month today 2/1/19 we celebrate National Wear Red Day® with the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women® Movement.
This entire month is all about Heart health awareness and to “make a difference in your community: Spread the word about strategies for preventing heart disease and encourage people to live heart healthy lives.” ... See MoreSee Less
We will be kicking off our first job event in 2019 at the Montville American Job Center in Uncasville on Wednesday, February 6th from 11am to 2pm.
Please help up spread the word!
It’s perfect for anyone looking for work or a career change. We will be sharing information about Project Genesis, filling out applications on the spot and setting up interviews.
Address is: 601 Norwich New London Turnpike, Suite 1 Uncasville, CT
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Thank you Christine Murach Baker for helping spread the word about the job event by sharing our post!
Thank you to Love Caze for also sharing our event post. We appreciate your help spreading the word.
Thank you Maria Rosa for sharing our event post! 🙂 We really appreciate it.
Our SESS students had their first cooking contest and it was a great success!!
The students had to do all their own meal planning and grocery shopping with a $10 budget. The requirements was that the meal had to include all the food groups and be healthy.
Everyone cooked their meal and presented it to the judge for tasting. Between a breakfast burrito with a yogurt parfait, jambalaya, stir-fry, spaghetti and meatballs with green beans and pasta with vegetables it was a hard decision to pick a winner. In the end, Shirley made the winning meal and won the golden spatula! way to go Shirley! And Congratulations to all of the SESS students who participated. ... See MoreSee Less
In 2006 Project Genesis grew by 104 Employees strong! And newcomers, Pat Santarelli-Grimm, Virginia Dunn and Kim Farnsworth came on board. Goes to show that our hard work to create opportunities not only allows us to serve more individuals but also grow our Project Genesis team.
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One of our Survivors, Casey absolutely loves Harry Styles from One Direction. So much so she designed her very own T-shirt ( Harry’s Only Angel) to wear to his concert. She got that opportunity recently by traveling to Boston with Kat Bilfolck (staff) and Sue Rowett (staff) to go see him. She had an absolute blast! ... See MoreSee Less
Love the tshirt! Great design!!
That must have been so awesome for her.
That was the best experience of her life! So thankful for project genesis and all you do for her every day!❤️
Way to go
They are lucky to have you
Awesome, very happy for you Casey
Love that girl to pieces 💜💜
Go Casey! What a beautiful t shirt and an even more beautiful young lady.