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Blossoming at the Southern Women’s Show

Blossoming at the Southern Women’s Show

We’re always looking for new ways to share our products with the community. Blossom had an amazing experience as an exhibitor at this year’s Southern Women’s Show – Orlando at the Orange County Convention Center on September 26th-29th!

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My Journey with Blossom

My Journey with Blossom

By Nathan H., Student in Quest Kids Academy's Work-Study Program Last school year, I started a new class at Quest Kids Academy called Work-Study Class.  In Work-Study Class, I learned that I have to meet expectations for my job to get paid.  That means that I need to pay attention during new task training, ask for clarification, complete my tasks just like my supervisor taught me, and ask for feedback after I complete a task.  If I have old tasks, I have to manage my time and complete my tasks without help.  My Work-Study class supervisor, Mrs. Frances, taught me...

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What's the Deal with Those Wrappers?

What's the Deal with Those Wrappers?

At Blossom, we are committed to helping our community as well as the planet. That’s why we use seed paper to wrap each individual 5oz. bar of soap. The idea of using seed paper blossomed from the mind of one of our soap team members, Candice. She brought up the idea to the team and it was rooted in our minds! “What kind of seeds are inside the seed paper?” you ask? Wildflower seeds! Buy a bar of soap, plant the paper and watch your wildflowers grow! Or, buy several bars of soap and plant a whole garden of wildflowers!...

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Who's The Team?

Who's The Team?

By Frances Torres, Resource Specialist at Quest Kids Academy I knew my boys were ready for a challenge. They needed a project which would allow them to showcase the skills they had been learning in Quest Kids Academy’s Work-Study Class. I just wasn’t sure how to provide them with this opportunity. I knew that if an employer saw my students asking follow-up questions during new task training, asking for and applying feedback, and working together, that they would get a chance. I’ve worked at Quest for almost 10 years and there are two things I know for sure- we are...

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