OLS at BC in the News!
More than 150 family members, friends and
advisers filled the Carlson Theater last month to watch 13 jovial students give
their senior presentations. The group, a smattering of students from around
Puget Sound, had traveled long and hard to make it to this point.
They were graduating
from the Occupational and Life Skills (OLS) program at Bellevue College, an
educational enterprise that teaches students with mild disabilities the
qualities that make them successful in college and afterwards.
This was the first graduating class both
Program Manager Cheryl Porter and Internship Coordinator Pilar Lopez had worked
with, having joined the OLS team within the last year.
“It’s been an adventure. It’s just amazing to
see the growth that we see in the students,” said Lopez.
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