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ABLE, Inc., is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation established in 1979 as residential care provider for people with developmental disabilities and related brain injuries in Houston County, Minnesota.
Read more about ABLE, Inc. here.
Check ABLE out on Facebook
ABLE, Inc. now has its own Facebook page, where we will post news, events and photos of all the things happening at ABLE. Be sure to visit the page by clicking here, and then be sure to “like” us.
Employment opportunities at ABLE – $200 sign-on bonus
Join the ABLE, Inc. team! ABLE is offering a new $200 Sign-On Bonus for any new FULL, PART-TIME, or SUB employee at the CALEDONIA or SPRING GROVE locations; any shift, asleep or awake overnights, or varied hours throughout the day. For more information, click here.
Also, ABLE has part- and full-time positions available in Caledonia, Spring Grove, Houston and La Crescent. The openings include Direct Support Professionals as well as Awake Overnight positions. Starting wage is $10.55 an hour with an opportunity for an increase of up to 45 cents an hour at six months after meeting training and other requirements. Overnight Awake positions pay an extra $1.25-an-hour awake overnight bonus on top of the regular wage. All advertised positions pay an extra $1-an-hour weekend bonus.
For information about any of the positions listed above, click here.
Catch up on all the latest ABLE news by downloading the Winter 2016 newsletter. To view the newsletter, click here.
Check out ABLE on ‘2 Minute Take’
ABLE has been featured recently on WKBT-TV’s “2 Minute Take.” To see ABLE’s Tiffany Entringer talk about the benefits of working at ABLE, click here.
ABLE receives donation from Tri-County Electric
ABLE representatives Jenny Newman (center) and Anna Stennes (right) were recently pictured on the cover of the Tri-County Electric Cooperative newsletter receiving a $300 donation from TEC’s Operation Round Up.
Operation Round Up Trust Board Member Miriam Harstad presented the pair a check to be used by ABLE to help purchase CPR training mannequins.
Operation Round Up is funded by donations made by members of TEC who voluntarily have their electric bill rounded up to the next dollar.
Support ABLE Foundation by buying Kwik Trip cards
You can support the ABLE Foundation and its mission every time you fill your vehicle with gasoline, just by purchasing Kwik Trip Gift Cards through the ABLE Foundation-Kwik Trip Scrip Gift Card Program.
You buy the gift cards, which are available at ABLE in $5, $10, $20 and $25 denominations, at face value, and a portion of your purchase remains with the ABLE Foundation.
Scrip Gift Cards can be used at the Kwik Trip pumps or for any in-store purchase, excluding money orders. There is no minimum purchase required.
To purchase Kwik Trip Scrip Gift Cards, contact Bruce Kaiser in the Business Office at (507) 895-8111, ext 1105 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.