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At MTC, we believe in shattering barriers and opening doors to opportunities for people with all disabilities.

We are proud to introduce a refreshed logo that promotes inclusion, and a greater sense of belonging for people with all disabilities.

MTC is a connector intentionally linking people with disabilities and their community, shown by an adaptation of a lemniscate representing inclusion/infinity, and blend of colors. Announcing this change in October, Disability Employment Awareness Month is very fitting for MTC’s identity and
our deep connection between the people we serve, the organization and our community.

Listening to the voice of the people we serve, MTC recommits to expanding and elevating our services, ensuring equal access and opportunity,
while supporting our community to become more welcoming for people with disabilities of all ages. MTC is a tireless advocate,
uniquely able to adaptour educational, vocational, employment, life enrichment and residential services to meet the diverse and evolving needs.

United with a shared purpose we will make our community more inclusive, equitable, flexible, and open to the talents of all people.

Karenne Levy
President & CEO
October 15, 2021

The Table in the Park is back! Enjoy an inspirational evening of community and unity under the stars on November 20th
as we dine on scrumptious food and enjoy great entertainment!
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MacDonald Training Center (MTC) transforms lives through innovations in vocational
training, employment pathways, residential supports and life enrichment opportunities.
MacDonald Training Center is a private- 501(c)( 3) non profit, established in 1953
by J. Clifford MacDonald, as one of the first pre-schools in our nation for children
with disabilities. A tireless advocate for full inclusion for people with disabilities, Mr.
MacDonald received the Presidential Medal of Freedom and served as Chair of the
National Committee for Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment.
We honor his legacy.
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