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Project SEARCH

An innovative, business-driven, transition program for young adults with disabilities

The goal is to develop job and social skills through on-site internship experiences that lead to competitive employment in the community.

Building Independence: Project SEARCH Overview

Meet the Class of 2016 Video


Project SEARCH benefits young adults through:

  • Career exploration, training and internship experience
  • Experience in a community organization and workplace culture
  • Development of job skills and independence
  • Work-based learning that promotes:
    • Problem-solving
    • Teamwork
    • Social relationships

We're excited to announce Milwaukee's newest Project SEARCH location—the Milwaukee County Zoo. This unique and diverse transition experience will be available to young people motivated to work in the community.

Internship rotations at the Milwaukee County Zoo include:

  • Zoological Society
  • Special Events
  • Welcome Center & Guest Services
  • Food Service
  • Environmental Services
  • Grounds & Maintenance
  • Animal Commissary & Health Center
  • Gift Shop & Warehouse

Project SEARCH at the Milwaukee County Zoo
is beginning recruitment for the 2016-2017 year!

Project SEARCH Application Project SEARCH Eligibility Criteria Project SEARCH Brochure


For more information on this program contact Christine Schulz, or (414) 847-1954.
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