Above: Jose Carmona, a student at MATC, can often be found in GAC's library and student study room in the Membership, Education & Employment Unit.
Above: Brandon Kenny working in the Office Services Department at Foley & Lardner LLP, GAC's first Transitional Employment partner.
Above: Robert Fondren and Angela Burian work at Redeemer Lutheran Church on Tuesdays, through GAC's Group Placement Program.
Above: GAC colleagues enjoy each others' company outside the Work-Ordered-Day, often going to events together in the community such as sporting events, museums, and theatrical productions.
Above: GAC has three work units, (l-r) the Culinary Unit, Retail & Business Management Unit (which is responsible for running the Water St. Boutique), and the Membership, Education & Employment Unit. Working collegially, members and staff run these units during the work week.
Above: GAC has a dedicated Art Collective program consisting of weekly meetings, evening workshops. and 2 public art shows a year. Here are colleagues at the end of a recent Wednesday evening art workshop entitled, "Colors In Motion: A Kinetic Art Workshop."

The Colleagues of Grand Avenue Club