People with disabilities in Juneau will head to their "dream jobs" Wednesday, thanks to a disability mentoring day organized by Southeast Alaska Independent Living. "Many people with disabilities do work, but often it's janitorial-type work, sorting paper or something like that," said Sierra Kaden, director of Outdoor Recreation and Community Access, a branch of SAIL. "But they have dreams and goals the same as everybody else, and there's many jobs they're interested in."
Volunteers are being sought Saturday for Juneau's annual Litter Free Clean Up Day, plus an accompanying Spring Stream Clean Up. A free barbeque picnic for litter pick-up volunteers will follow the event.
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