Arlene Petite Transition facilitator, Conroy Education Center, Pittsburgh We have had 30 or 40 students from Conroy go through Project Opportunity, and nearly half of them are still with Giant Eagle, including the first two we placed in 1991. Project Opportunity is a fantastic program for disabled students. For many, it's their first venture into community service. The program works because Dale Giovengo [Giant Eagle's director of human resources in Pittsburgh] sold the chain's human ...

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