JobPath’s 40th Anniversary Gala Cocktail Reception

The transition to adulthood is perhaps one of the greatest challenges facing individuals with autism. JobPath was founded as a not-for-profit 40 years ago to help people with autism and other developmental disabilities join the workforce, live independently, and lead full and fulfilling lives.  JobPath partners with more than fifty New York City employers including law firms, retailers, restaurants, museums, media outlets and banks, to create and sustain customized employment opportunities.  Gary Mayerson sits on JobPath’s board. One of Mayerson & Associates’ assistant paralegals, now in his sixth year, came to the firm through JobPath.

On October 22, 2018, between 6-8 p.m., JobPath will be celebrating 40 years of  service to the community at an awards gala to be held in the Carnegie Room at Thomas Reuters, 3 Times Square.  Honorees include longtime JobPath supporters Tina Brown and Sir Harold Evans, and restauranteur Danny Meyer, whose company has hired dozens of JobPath clients.

Click the link below for the e-vite and further information.  We hope that you can join us to support the start of JobPath’s next forty years!