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The Superior Vocation Center changes Names

The Superior Vocational Center is rebranding. The training facility is celebrating its name change to “Embark Supported Employment,” bringing in new ways of helping the disabled community. “Embark is very important for the people that we serve–people with disabilities,” said executive director Ashby Rawstern. “It gives them the opportunity to interact. A lot of times the […]

Embark Supported Employment ribbon-cutting

Today the Superior Douglas County Area Chamber Ambassadors joined Embark Supported Employment (Formerly Superior Vocations Center) as they celebrated their rebrand with a ribbon-cutting and open house! Embark Supported Employment, located at 2320 Hill Avenue in Superior has supported our community for over 50 years. A non-profit, their mission is to support individuals as they […]

Reveal Party for Embark Supported Employment

The pandemic gave Superior Vocations Center’s newest executive director an opportunity to make some changes, including a new name: Embark Supported Employment. Ashby Rawstern, executive director, said the changes include enhancing employment offerings, expanding vocational rehabilitation services, bringing on a new management team, reassigning board roles, ending a program that allowed sub-minimum wage pay through […]

The rebranding of Embark Supported Employment

In 2020 Ashby Rawstern became Executive Director and during her tenure weathered a once in a lifetime pandemic that brought about significant changes to the organization. But rest assured, Embarks core beliefs haven’t changed. Our unwavering commitment to our values, our participants, and our core philosophy remains the same.  With all the changes we have […]