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BCI's Matt Jannings Elected MRAEC President

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BCI's Matt Jannings Elected MRAEC President

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Boone Center, Inc. (BCI), a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering adults with disabilities through employment opportunities, proudly announces the election of Matt Jannings, Chief Program Officer of Competitive Employment, as President of the Eastern Chapter of the Missouri Rehabilitation Association (MRA).

With four chapters throughout the state, the MRA promotes ethical and cutting-edge vocational rehabilitation (VR) services for individuals with disabilities. VR, a process that helps people with developmental disabilities and other barriers, enables them to access, maintain, or return to employment.

The Eastern Chapter is vital to the St. Louis region due to its continuous educational objectives for professionals providing VR services. During his tenure, Jannings hopes to launch a seminar series that would offer members continuing education credits.

“I am honored to serve in this role,” said Jannings, “and I look forward to working with my colleagues to further our shared goal of improving rehabilitation services and outcomes for individuals with disabilities.”

For more information on MRA, visit For more information about BCI, visit

About Boone Center, Inc. (BCI)

Founded in 1959, Boone Center, Inc. (BCI) inspires and supports people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, challenging personal growth and development through a continuum of innovative employment opportunities. Headquartered at 200 Trade Center Dr. W in St. Peters, Mo., BCI currently employs more than 230 adults with disabilities under its organizational employment program and serves dozens more with employment services, vocational training, and follow-along services under its competitive employment program and Skills Center. For more information, call (636) 875-5279 or visit

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