B Corp Spotlight: Precisionists

Ernie Dianastasis started Precisionist with the goal of creating 10,000 jobs for people with disabilities by 2025.

Precisionist trains people with autism, visual and hearing impairments, as well as disabled veterans. Providing a four-week training program, which revolves around group work with Lego Mindstorm robots.

Ernie Dianastasis

“There are a lot of veterans that are considered disabled because of more cognitive or emotional issues, which is really important as well to be able to provide and give them an opportunity to be successful in the professional work environment.”

B Corps are for-profit companies that have voluntarily adopted rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability and transparency.

Read the full article at Technical.ly

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