The Arc of Butte County on LinkedIn: Why Work with The Arc of Butte County? At The Arc, we believe in… (2024)

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Why Work with The Arc of Butte County?At The Arc, we believe in empowering people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to achieve their highest potential. Our mission is to provide comprehensive services and support that foster independence, inclusion, and community engagement. By joining our team, you will become part of a supportive and dynamic organization committed to making a positive impact.If you are interested in joining our team and contributing to our mission, please visit our website at arcbutte.org/about/careers to view detailed job descriptions and submit your application.

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