Author: Andrew

Southeast Enterprises: A Business with a Mission

“Southeast Enterprises is a not-for-profit business that employs adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Jobs at the facility usually include package assembly, labeling, shrink wrapping, collating and the like for a variety of businesses, big and small. Some jobs are offsite, such as custodial work, light landscaping and plant care and package assembly. About 18 […]
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Christmas Lights Recycling

Greenability Magazine has listed several places that are accepting lights for recycling. Please see below. If we have anyone inquiring about recycling lights, we can point them in the right direction. https://greenabilitymagazine.com/blog/2021/12/find-recyclers-broken-holiday-lights/ In the Kansas City region, holiday lights are accepted for recycling at these locations: Kansas City Recycling Center, 5200 E. Red Bridge Road, […]
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2022 Board Meeting Dates and Public Invite

All board meetings conducted the third Tuesday every other month at 4:30 PM at: Southeast Enterprises6701 Booth Ave., Kansas City, MO 64133 Invitation to attend via Zoom available upon request. Contact Natalie Anderson at: natalie@southeastenterprises.org Board Meeting Dates: February 15 – Annual Meeting at 4:00 PM – Board of Directors meeting at 4:30 PM April 19 June 21 […]
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Southeast Enterprises Trimming Away Staffing Costs with Dependable Staff

“As the Missouri Cannabis Industry operational deadlines seem to be creeping slower and slower to commencement, with only three licenses in operation at the time of this writing in mid-August, anticipation for potential job opportunities continue to rise in sequence with job unemployment rates. At the risk of bursting a potential job seekers bubble during these tough times of job searching, […]
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Good work: KC’s Southeast Enterprises gives adults with disabilities jobs and purpose

“On a recent Tuesday morning, Southeast Enterprises was bustling with activity. At one end of the workshop at 6701 Booth St. in Kansas City, workers inspected and assembled telescopic extension poles for paint rollers and light bulb changers. Others carefully wrapped paper labels around shakers of barbecue rub. Few were more focused than Nathaniel, AKA “Nano.” His fast-moving […]
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