It’s our hope that meaningful employment opportunities for those with special needs will emerge throughout Park City.
Currently there is a nationwide effort to see businesses commit to hiring a certain percentage of people with special needs. SAP is a global leader in this initiative for Differently Abled People.
At SAP, we believe that differently abled does not mean unable. Differently abled individuals are typically able to find unique and innovative solutions to challenges. Their perspectives, experiences and backgrounds support the diversity SAP needs to achieve our strategic objectives. Our focus is on skills and strengths, rather than what others may see as impairments. This view has helped us see new possibilities. SAP’s internationally recognized Autism at Work program, operating in 12 countries, shows this commitment, employing more than 140 colleagues with autism. By embracing differences, we help spark innovation — while challenging assumptions and inspiring change.
Park City has many untapped businesses. Our small town is charming.
Both locals and visitors enjoy a healthy atmosphere for active lifestyles and also the many benefits that come with a world renowned Ski Resort. Amazingly we have not lost our heart!
The National Ability Center is based in Park City and offers year round programming in sports, recreation, educational and training opportunities. For more information about the NAC and the life changing, empowering experiences offered, click the link below!
Two former NAC staffers recently opened Lucky Ones Coffee located in the PC Library. Lucky Ones is dedicated to creating jobs and opportunities for people with disabilities. It is quickly becoming a favorite gathering place for locals and guests alike! For more information about Lucky Ones, click the link below!
IN THE NEWS: Big D Construction (Mike Kirby, former BOD president of the NAC) and Jared Ward. Would LOVE to see more stories like this in Park City!
Check out this link from WorkAbility Utah!