THE WORKS

An integrated career, social, & creative evening program for teens & young adults with adaptations for persons with ASD

Explore careers, community service, recreation, & the arts

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After Class, School, or Work, and Free-of-Charge

WINTER 2019 

COSI on Wheels Workshops 


Thurs. Jan.  24th (4 pm - 5 pm): Robotics I: Intermediate Programming (Overbrook Presbyterian Church -  4131 N. High)

Thurs., Feb. 28th (4 pm - 5 pm): Robotics II: Advanced Programming 

(Overbrook Presbyterian Church -  4131 N. High) 


Made Possible by a Grant through L Brands Foundation


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SPRING 2019

 Skills Training in Animation & Digital Storyboarding

with Sondra Williams


Thursday, March 7 (4 pm – 8 pm)

Thursday, March 21 (4 pm – 8 pm)

Thursday, April 11 (4 pm – 8 pm)

Thursday, April 18 (4 pm – 8 pm)

Thursday, April 25 (4 pm – 8 pm)

Thursday, May 2 (4 pm – 8 pm)  

(Participants should bring own laptop.)

 

Made Possible by Grants from L Brands Foundation and Autism Speaks

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FALL 2019 Schedule

 COSI on Wheels Workshops


Thurs., Sept. 24th (4 pm - 5 pm): Gross Science/Body Works

Thurs., Oct. 24th (4 pm - 5 pm): Gadgets-To-Go

Thurs., Nov. 14th (4 pm - 5 pm): Coaster Creators

Thurs., Dec. 12 (4 pm - 5 pm) In Depth Dissection of a Sheep Brain


(All Classes at Overbrook Presbyterian Church -  4131 N. High) 


Made Possible by a Grant through L Brands Foundation

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Adapted Theater at CATCO: Stomp-able & The Hunter Heartbeat Method

Tuesdays in Autumn 2019 


Adapted Arts Activities are Made Possible through Funding from the Ohio Arts Council 


"The works": everything; the full range of possibilities...

To Enroll:

...as in "I'll take a pizza with the works on it."

-"The colloquial term "the works" (from the late 19th century) derives from works such as "a complete set of parts for a machine or mechanism." 

     

THE WORKS is inspired by SURGE Columbus:

... a collaborative of organizations in Columbus, Ohio empowering teens to discover and pursue their learning interests outside of school by connecting them with mentors, digital and cultural resources, and each other. (In the spirit of reasonable accommodations, THE WORKS is a slight departure from SURGE Columbus—in addition to the teen population, adults with autism [and siblings] can also participate in our program.)