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Why Join Pathlight?
Pathlight makes a difference in the lives of people with intellectual disabilities, each and every day. When you join Pathlight, you join a team of dedicated, skilled, forward-thinking employees who are the source of Pathlight's ongoing success.
And if that isn't enough, we offer professional development opportunities and recognition of accomplishments. We are committed to employee growth and to promoting from within.
In addition to professional opportunities, we welcome candidates interested in exploring work in the human services field through entry-level opportunities. We work hard to help support your transition to this new experience.
We have part-time and full-time opportunities. We offer 24/7 care to our clients and many of our positions can accommodate a variety of scheduling needs. We serve individuals through a variety of services and programs located throughout western Massachusetts.
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Who Are Pathlight Employees?
Pathlight employees have a variety of talents, skills, and experiences, but one thing that we all have in common is a desire to make a difference in our corner of the world. We operate from a foundation of compassion and endeavor to express that compassion through our work. From direct care to the behind-the-scenes work that makes that care possible, it's all about supporting and empowering individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to live their fullest and most joy-filled lives.
We are team oriented and collaborative. We value positive communication, trustworthiness, and accountability.
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Dances, social skills classes, Café Night, and social groups, to name a few. These are some of the ways that people with developmental disabilities come together, along with their families, to have fun, learn, and grow in friendship.
Your gift will support the ongoing provision of classes, groups, and social events that create opportunities for connection and community for people with disabilities and their families.