Minnesota Life College (MLC), located in Richfield, Minnesota, is a not-for-profit, vocational and life skills training program for young adults with learning differences and autism spectrum disorders.
We are extremely happy to share that Jon Schupbach was the CLP Spotlight for February. After graduating in 2014, Jon went on to join the Community Living Program (CLP) for graduates of MLC, where he’s been thriving according to his advisor Sherryl Bandt. Jon recently got back from a trip out of town, and we were able to learn more about him for this article.
Our Community Living Program (CLP), where graduates of Minnesota Life College continue their journeys toward independence in the surrounding Minneapolis community, always tries to innovate and come up with new ways for the graduates to make better lives for themselves. A recent project that CLP implemented is called “The Biggest Achiever.” It borrows from the concept of the popular NBC TV series The Biggest Loser, helping graduates meet and exceed their healthy eating and fitness goals.
Lead Evening Instructor Spencer Corrigan has been chosen as our Employee Spotlight for February! He develops strong, rich relationships with the students at MLC and is an expert at de-escalating conflict. Through his hard work he has earned the students’ respect and, of course, ours.