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Expanding our Impact! Building Inclusive Workforces! 

Secaucus, NJ, Nov. 5, 2018

Spectrum Works sponsors Kester Olivo for La Creme’s Fashion Show to benefit the Breast Cancer Association.

Spectrum Works is very proud to sponsor one of our students, Kester Olivo to be a model in La Creme’s Fashion Show, on February 16th 2019 which will benefit the Breast Cancer Association.

Livingston, NJ, May. 23, 2018

Livingston Council Recognizes Township’s Volunteers and PBA Charitable Donations

Officer Sean Whelan of the Livingston Police Department, on behalf of local Police Benevolent Association (PBA) #263, on Tuesday presented checks totaling $10,000 in recognition of Autism Awareness Month recognized annually in April.  

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Livingston, NJ, May. 5, 2016

North Hudson (NJ) Firefighters Support Autism Awareness

April is Autism Awareness month. During the month of April, North Hudson (NJ) Firefighters Union representative Salvatore DeGennaro raised $2,000 with the assistance of other firefighters and fire officers by selling specially designed Autism Awareness Firefighter shirts. All proceeds were donated to Spectrum Works out of Secaucus, New Jersey.

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NJ, Jan 29, 2015

CEO Ann Marie Sullivan interview with This is New Jersey with Gary Gellman 

Secaucus, NJ, October 23, 2014

Green Distribution and Spectrum Works win Ruderman Best In Business 2015

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Secaucus, NJ, October 23, 2014

Thriving on the Job: Spectrum Works

Secaucus t-shirt company is a good fit for adults on the spectrum.

When Andrew Berra, my brother, graduated from high school in 2008, his options were few. Andrew is on the autism spectrum and, as with many autistic adults, our family had difficulty figuring out his next step. He bounced from one job or program to another until we found Spectrum Works, a nonprofit T-shirt screening company in Secaucus.

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