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      Arctic Gear Teams up with Cornell Prison Education Program and Hudson Link for Higher Education in Prison to provide PPE

      Arctic Gear Teams up with Cornell Prison Education Program and Hudson Link for Higher Education in Prison to provide PPE
      As the COVID-19 Pandemic came to a head, Rob Scott, Executive Director of Cornell Prison Education Program (CPEP), knew that the essential workers and incarcerated persons in New York State Prisons were vulnerable to the spread of the virus. Scott was able to reach out to the New York State Department of Corrections to develop a plan to provide face coverings to those individuals currently incarcerated in the State’s Prison System. CPEP Academic Director, Tess Wheelwright, researched mask design and identified one that best fits the needs of the correctional environment

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      The Joy of Work: NextGen Work Centers Benefit Everyone Involved

      The Joy of Work: NextGen Work Centers Benefit Everyone Involved
      A recent study from Accenture, in partnership with Disability: IN and the American Association of People With Disabilities, found that companies that make efforts to hire those with disabilities performed better and saw, on average, 23% higher revenue.” 
      — New York Post, September 3, 2019

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      Arctic Gear Helps Fund Art Therapy Programs

      Arctic Gear Helps Fund Art Therapy Programs
      Arc of Seneca Cayuga Executive Director, Allen Connely, said, "Arc is so pleased to be working with the Seneca County Chamber of Commerce and area financial institutions to bring about this wonderful event, which underscores our commitment to promoting inclusiveness and celebrating everyone's unique talents. We are also very excited that Arctic Gear was able to help fund part of our Art Therapy program!" Arc of Seneca Cayuga's mission is to embrace diversity by recognizing the uniqueness of each individual and by working to ensure the success of people with disabilities as they pursue lives of choice and fulfillment. The agency provides services to more than 1,200 individuals and their families in Seneca and Cayuga Counties. 

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