The Yes She Can trainees stand with #ChoosetoChallenge on International Women’s Day 2021. During our social hour, we watched a performance by the poet Anisa Nandoula which begins with the line “Gender is a pre-written book…” Through her powerful words, we were encouraged to use this imagery to remind ourselves that not all stories end […]
On Saturday, March 6th, from 12-4 pm, Lilly Pulitzer at the Westchester Mall will donate 10% of sales to Yes She Can. Come shop for Spring fashions and support our mission.
We have a non-conventional position to fill in a non-conventional non-profit organization. Who we are: Yes She Can is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping young women with autism and learning disabilities develop transferable job skills. The program operates an authentic retail business created and designed to maximize learning opportunities for program participants. Girl AGain […]
Applying for jobs isn’t easy for anybody, especially since the COVID-19 pandemic began. People with disabilities experience limited opportunities for employment and often become discouraged. Applying for a job requires an interview which creates anxiety and stress and unknown results. Applying for jobs takes a lot of time and can be overwhelming. Yes She Can […]
My name is Selina and I am a trainee with Yes She Can. I joined the job skills development program in October 2020. Today I watched the inauguration of the President on January 20, 2021. Amanda Gorman, who read her poem at the inauguration today, is a beautiful young lady who knows how to write. […]