Vocational Visions is a very worthwhile organization whose services provide disabled adults with needed support, life-skills training, and job placement coaching and assistance.
Anaheim, California (PRWEB) December 01, 2015
Electron Beam Engineering, Inc. (ebeinc.com), an established precision electron beam and laser beam welding company, has announced its continued support and long-standing partnership with Vocational Visions, the influential nonprofit group who works to develop the special talents in adults who have intellectual/developmental disabilities. “I believe that Vocational Visions is a very worthwhile organization, and I know that any financial support they receive will be well spent,” said Richard Trillwood, founder and CEO of Electron Beam Engineering (EBE). “Their services provide disabled adults with needed support, life-skills training, and job placement coaching and assistance.”
Vocational Visions has various programs designed to provide the specific needs of each individual. “We believe in offering choices throughout our program so that we can promote self-direction and self-determination,” said Joan McKinney, Executive Director at Vocational Visions. “We also believe in life-long learning for the people we serve, and we believe their gifts and diversity bring value to the community and to the lives of the people they touch.”
Hilary Hurt, Executive Sales Manager of EBE, is on the Event Planning Committee for the Vocational Visions’ fundraiser, “An Enchanted Evening with Las Vegas Legends,” on April 16, 2016 at 5:30 p.m. at the Irvine Marriot. In addition, Ms. Hurt is Vice Chairman of Vocational Visions’ board of directors, and further support for the nonprofit comes from Richard Trillwood, who has been a board member for many years. “As a partner with Vocational Visions, we are committed to improving the lives of those who need a helping hand, and EBE has been proud to support their efforts for many years,” said Hilary Hurt. “The Enchanted Evening fundraiser is a wonderful community event, with good food, fine wine, and entertainment, and we are very excited to help Vocational Visions reach their goals for the year. The success of this annual fundraiser is extremely important because Vocational Visions relies so heavily on the donations we raise. Also, the need for Vocational Visions in the community is even greater than before due to the growing population, so we are having to expand and enhance our services.” For more information about Vocational Visions, to make reservations for the Enchanted Evening event, or to make a donation, please go to vocationalvisions.org or call 949.837.7280, ext. 214 and ask for Tammy Jensen.
“Our family has a special, personal connection with Vocational Visions,” added Trillwood. “My daughter, Frances, has benefitted greatly being part of one of their day activity programs for many years.”
To learn more about Electron Beam Engineering and their wide range of electron beam and laser beam welding services, please visit ebeinc.com or call 1.800.EB.WELDS (1.800.392.3537). You can also follow EBE on Facebook, LinkedIn, and YouTube.
Electron Beam Engineering
Electron Beam Engineering provides precision electron beam welding and laser beam welding services throughout the United States, Europe, and Australia. EBE is located in Anaheim California and specializes in working with complex components for a variety of applications including medical, sensor, aerospace, and automotive. Richard Trillwood founded EBE in 1991 and is the designer of the world’s first compact production electron beam welding machine from which he has developed a wide range of precision laser and electron beam welders. In 2010, EBE was awarded “Manufacturer of the Year” by the Anaheim Chamber of Commerce and has earned a number of certifications in the welding, medical, and aerospace industries. ebeinc.com.
Vocational Visions is a nonprofit agency located in Mission Viejo, California that provides vocational and life skills training and support services for adults with Intellectual/Developmental and other disabilities. Vocational Visions started its program in 1974 with 30 participants and a staff of five. Today, Vocational Visions serves almost 600 participants annually and has a staff of 220, comprised of company employees and instructional aides. vocationalvisions.org.
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