Students gain work experience by running jewelry-making business

12/26/2013 | WAVY-TV (Portsmouth, Va.)

Students with disabilities at a high school in Virginia are learning job skills by making and selling jewelry. Students make the jewelry using recyclable materials, create budgets, track sales in spreadsheet programs and sell their wares at art shows. "We help them by teaching them money skills and by showing them how to communicate with customers," job coach Sabrina Shao said.

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