In continued response to the strong, ongoing recommendations from our federal, state and local governments surrounding the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, BCI will continue to suspend operations through Monday, April 20. A previous notice announced that we were closed through March 31. This closure affects both BCI-St. Peters and BCI-Lincoln County (Moscow Mills). We are following all of our regular closure notice procedures, which include: Emailing all contacts for our Organizational employees Placing a notice on our Facebook pags (https://www.facebook.com/boonecenterinc), website, and automated phone greeting BCI will continue to monitor circumstances and assess the need for any further cl
Boone Center, Inc. (BCI)—a nonprofit that improves the lives of adults with disabilities through employment opportunities—recently named Katie Jones as Social Mission Director. Her responsibilities include advancing the organization’s social mission of connecting people with disabilities to meaningful work. Jones also will manage the company’s Organizational Employment program, as well as oversee all funder relations and program accreditation. Prior to this position, Jones served as Executive Director of the Missouri Association of Sheltered Workshops Managers. Jones previously worked at BCI for 14 years in a variety of positions from Employment Support Specialist to Director of Programs
Boone Center, Inc. (BCI)—a nonprofit that improves the lives of adults with disabilities through employment opportunities—recently received a donation valued at $15,900 from EFC International’s St. Louis division. The company is a premier global provider of specialty engineered fastener parts including clamps, panel fasteners and specialty nuts. The equipment includes 28 Dell desktop computers, two Dell laptop computers and 16 Surface Pro tablets with keyboards. The donation enables BCI team members to more efficiently provide real-time documentation. The tablets, which will allow data entry during safety walk-throughs, provide continuous on-site technology accessibility to ensure overall
All BCI facilities to close, effective Monday, March 16, 2020 – Friday, March 20, 2020. In response to the continuously developing situation & regulatory recommendations regarding the Coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic, BCI is temporarily suspending operations for the week of Monday, March 16, 2020 – Friday, March 20, 2020. This closure affects BCI-St. Peters, BCI-Lincoln County (Moscow Mills), and the BCI Skills Center. We are following all of our regular closure notice procedures, which include: Placing a notice on KSDK and KMOX Emailing all contacts for our Organizational employees Placing a notice on our Facebook page, websites, and automated phone greeting BCI will continue to monitor circum
The following letter was emailed to all internal team contacts today. A paper version was also sent home with all Organizational employees. Dear Employees, Parents, Guardians, and Support Staff, Coronavirus/COVID-19 is everywhere in the news and is also a topic of conversation in our community. While there are still no confirmed cases in St. Charles County or Lincoln County, we want to update you on our planning and precautions.
Infectious disease control at BCI has always been a priority due to the large number of people we employ and the close proximity in which we work. We have rigorous cleaning procedures in place as our standard practice. Lunchrooms, break rooms,