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Volunteer spotlight: Woman advocates volunteering at ODC

12:30 PM, Jul. 1, 2013
Julie Olds, left, and Emilie Romano volunteer at Opportunity Development Centers, Inc.
Julie Olds, left, and Emilie Romano volunteer at Opportunity Development Centers, Inc.
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We all have different abilities and skills and that certainly is true of people with special needs. That is why organizations such as Opportunity Development Centers, Inc. have a wide variety of programs to help people with special needs find their niche in the community - from job opportunities to learning life skills. Their mission is "to empower people with disabilities to achieve their work and life goals."

As a non-profit organization, ODC relies heavily on volunteers to help them accomplish their mission: from helping client-employees with job completion, to just socializing with ...

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