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“Stay on the pathway to your full potential!” #WorldCPDay
Date Posted: Wednesday, October 5, 2016

“Everyone has a direction and a purpose. It’s important for young people to be guided and supported to pursue their passion!  For people with disabilities, we may have to work a bit harder to get there, but by following our passion and aspiring to greatness we can make sure we maximize our potential,” said Kevin McShan.
 
Kevin, 27, is a former JMCC client who started coming to the centre when he was just two and a half. A graduate of the St. Clair College Journalism, Print and New Media Program, he is a bit of a jack of all trades, keeping busy pursuing his passions!
 
He is currently working as a Program Development Facilitator for the We Are Able program, funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation and Assisted Living Southwestern Ontario. As part of this role, he works in the community to educate employers about the benefits of hiring people with disabilities and to promote the programs that exist to support this.
 
Kevin also works as a motivational speaker with gigs around Windsor and Essex County, across Canada and in the United States. Additionally, he hosts his own sports show on YouTube.
 
Kevin is here for #WorldCPDay, and every day, encouraging kids and youth of all abilities to stay on the pathway to their full potential.
 Kevin McShan

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