We believe in limitless possibilities and the power of big dreams.

At The Arc San Francisco, we know a lot about developmental disabilities. But we know even more about big dreams. About the dignity of work. The pride of self-reliance. And the power of a community that works together to lift everyone up.

For over 65 years, our lifelong learning approach has empowered every individual we support to achieve success at their own work, at life...even in love. We invite you to discover how our innovative programs are transforming lives while enriching all of us in the community.

Let's get together on this. Let's dare to dream.

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    Join The Arc San Francisco’s Business Advisory Council for the 2017 WorkLife Awards celebrating the work and life achievements of clients of The Arc and the employer-partners who champion their success. We are so proud of our honorees recognized for their achievements in the workplace and for the support of their employers. A round of applause for these amazing individuals and companies who will be recognized officially at the WorkLife Awards on May 4, 2017.

    2017 Honorees

    Employee of the Year: Bryant Wong, Deloitte
    New Employee of the Year: Shermaine Escobar, Boston Consulting Group
    Core Values Award Winner: Anne Fu, Ghirardelli
    Intern of the Year: Mira Poon, PG&E
    Volunteer of the Year: Vadim Vahnshteyn, Wonder Dog Rescue
    Employer of the Year: Morrison Foerster
    New Employer of the Year: Airbnb
    Volunteer Partner of the Year: Seton Medical Center
    Industry Awards
    Hospitality: Wag Hotels
    Professional Services: Cyprus Security
    Technology: Mixpanel
    Anniversary Winners
    THREE YEARS: Michael Look, DeMarcus Myles, Audrey Chien, Dawn Gray, Michelle Reyes, James Glanville, Garrett Sharp, Zelman Helmer, Willy Kwong, Ana Quechol, Elizabeth Leong, Ted Cruz, Sandra Sanchez, Chris Guinto, Susan Ngai, Michelle Yi, Irina Goldshlag, Emma Yungert, Jason Hitchcock, Latoya Mays, Terrell McClanahan, Guo Ren Guan, Jesus Garcia, and Joseph Perada
    FIVE YEARS: Thomas Luong, Endora Lau, Jonathan Harrison, Gail Vaughn, Marie Castillo, Andrew Bixler, Cindy Ruiz, Eric Lin, and Robert Humphreys
    TEN YEARS: Vincent Liang and Lily Louie
    FIFTEEN YEARS: Amal Muniar
    TWENTY YEARS: Eugene Lee, Dennis Lubitz, Gomer Padilla, Titor Sandee, and Wendy Wilson
    TWENTY FIVE YEARS: Catherine Cogliandro

    The WorkLife Awards are sponsored by The Arc San Francisco Business Advisory Council (BAC), a network of business professionals dedicated to creating more employment opportunities for clients of The Arc.
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