May 28, 2015 | Despite the joy often associated with graduation, saying goodbye sometimes isn't easy.
LITTLE ROCK — Thirteen young adults graduated today from the Project SEARCH internship program of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS), which helps young adults with disabilities develop independent living and working skills.
Each of the young adults in the first group to complete the UAMS Project SEARCH internship program took a moment after receiving their certificate at the May 30 graduation ceremony to offer thanks and celebrate what they had learned in the past nine months.
The first group of interns in the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences’ (UAMS) Project SEARCH program for young adults with disabilities today completed the yearlong internship with all 11 ready to move on to employment.
When Derrick Parker started his UAMS Project SEARCH internship, he had no idea that the experience would expose him to an array of career possibilities
Oct. 3, 2013 | Working in patient transport at UAMS Medical Center is “a blast” because he gets to help people, said Andrew Aston, an intern in the new UAMS Project SEARCH program that drew praise from Gov. Mike Beebe and others at an Oct. 1 event.
LITTLE ROCK – A yearlong internship program for young adults with developmental disabilities is providing on-the-job training while helping the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) serve its patients, employees, students and guests.