While a majority of teens can develop their technology skills with ease there are many who sadly never get the opportunity. Challenged with the lack of opportunity, teenagers with special needs wish they had the same opportunities as typical teens to use technology and develop tech skills.
For this reason, Friendship Circle created Tech Teens, a comfortable and relaxed environment where they can develop skills and create some pretty cool content and materials.
Friendship Circle’s influence on today’s entrepreneurial culture. A conversation with alumni volunteer Zach Firestone.
How Friendship Circle impacts the life of a volunteer 10 years later.
Upon entering the site for the future Farber Soul Center on Wednesday November 12th, women from the local community were called to get a little dirt on their heels.
In 1995 Friendship Circle began with a little girl. Her name was Gwendolyn Friedman, and she was six months old when she was introduced to Bassie Shemtov.