Fundraising gala coming up
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Seth Meyers
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Putney- Emmy Award-winning writer, actor, and talk show host Seth Meyers will be Landmark College’s guest of honor at its 2018 fundraising gala in New York City. The event, “Champions of Change: Building a Neurodiverse Workforce,” will be held April 24, and will recognize the partnerships between business and education that create opportunities for neurodiverse individuals to contribute significant strengths to their industries.

Champions of Change refers to the instrumental role corporations and educational institutions play in changing perceptions about individuals with learning difficulties borne of neurodiversity. Founded in 1985, Landmark College was the first institution to offer college-level studies for students with dyslexia, and has since expanded to include students with ADHD, executive function challenges, high-functioning autism spectrum disorder, and other learning difficulties.

The fundraising gala will be held Tuesday, April 24, at Bryant Park Grill in New York City. More information about tickets will be forthcoming at www.landmark.edu/gala2018.
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