Students Honor Employers at Project Bridges’ Breakfast

Cotting Students Honor Project Bridges Employers

Cotting student thanking their Project Bridges employers at the annual breakfast Colin gave his Project Bridge employer flowers because of his gratitude Matthew thanking Janice for being apart of this opportunity to be apart of Project Bridges











Upper School students had the opportunity to thank their Project Bridges employers at the annual breakfast held May 22. Cotting President David Manzo welcomed and thanked the many company and nonprofit representatives who work with our students providing meaningful employment in the community.

Employment Transition Coordinator Laura Newton called up the three seniors, each of whom spoke of their work locations and what they learned as employees. Not surprisingly, each senior loves to work!

Ms. Newton then cited three employers for special recognition for their longstanding partnership with Project Bridges:TJ Maxx in Bedford, 20 years, and Magic Garden Children’s Center and the Cambridge Public Library’s O¹Neill Branch, 10 years each.

Students presented each employer with flowers and a citation, and the entire room proceeded to the auditorium to watch a video of Cotting students hard at work. One theme was perfectly clear: Cotting students are loyal, hard-working employees!

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