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Mighty Transition Program’s
Homemade Dog Treats

About Mighty Transition Program’s
Homemade Dog Treats

Mighty Transitions Program (HMTP) supports 18 to 21 year old special education students in pursuing their interests and passions. The group works to prepare students for post-secondary education opportunities by focusing on education, employment, independent living and community participation among other areas.

In preparing students for these opportunities, the Mighty Transitions Program began making and selling dog treats to fundraise for their organization. “We really wanted to start a ‘small business’ to teach the participants of the program about employment skills, business skills, production skills, and including some kitchen and cooking/baking skills,” Brian Clements, director of Highlander Mighty Transitions Program, said.

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