The Spectrum Works Pop-Up Store Gives Autistic Students a Chance to Practice What They Teach

The Spectrum Works Pop-Up Store at American Dream Gives Autistic Students a Chance to Practice What They Teach

Spectrum Works, Inc., a New Jersey non-profit dedicated to providing job training and employment opportunities for high school students and other young adults with autism, is recently announced the opening of a pop-store for a limited time at American Dream, the unrivaled entertainment/retail center located in Bergen County, New…

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CEO of Wonder Woman Writer, Freelance Writer & Women’s Health Advocate. Has written for Parents Magazine, Time Magazine, Huffington Post, and ScaryMommy.

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Jennifer "Jay" Palumbo

Jennifer "Jay" Palumbo

CEO of Wonder Woman Writer, Freelance Writer & Women’s Health Advocate. Has written for Parents Magazine, Time Magazine, Huffington Post, and ScaryMommy.

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