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Cincinnati, OH USA
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Project SEARCH's estimated annual revenue is currently $8.3M per year.
  • Project SEARCH's estimated revenue per employee is $180,000

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  • Project SEARCH has 46 Employees.
  • Project SEARCH grew their employee count by 39% last year.
  • Project SEARCH currently has 1 job openings.
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Project SEARCH was developed at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, a research environment that fosters visionary thinking and innovation. It all began in 1996, when Erin Riehle was Director of Cincinnati Children's Emergency Department. Erin felt that, because the hospital served individuals with developmental disabilities, it made sense that they should commit to hiring people in this group. She wondered if it would be possible to train people with developmental disabilities to fill some of the high-turnover, entry level positions in her department, which involved complex and systematic tasks such as stocking supply cabinets. As a starting point, Erin presented her ideas to Susie Rutkowski, then the special education director at Great Oaks Career Campuses. Erin and Susie formed a partnership that was instantaneous, and together they launched Project SEARCH. Since its inception, Project SEARCH has grown from a single program site at Cincinnati Children's to over 500 sites across the United States, Canada, England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, the Netherlands, Bahrain, Portugal and Australia. Project SEARCH's primary objective is to secure competitive employment for people with disabilities.



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Project SEARCH News

09/03/2019 - Program Helps Students With Developmental Disabilities Gain Government Internship Experience

“Project SEARCH is a high school transition program for adults with disabilities as they are preparing to leave the high school system, enter ...

09/08/2019 - Project SEARCH Helps Students With Developmental Disabilities Gain Government Internship Experience

The county and Project SEARCH are teaming up for the sixth year to connect 11 students with internships in the government. 12 hours ago ...

09/03/2019 - Students with disabilities land dream jobs at Aspirus Wausau Hospital after internships

Prior to the start of the 2018-2019 school year, Aspirus Wausau Hospital partnered with Project SEARCH, a national vocational education ...