Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Marino Foundation Plans Vocational College

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.  — The Dan Marino Foundation's plans for a downtown college for the developmentally disabled could give students the real-world experiences they need to make it on their own.
For the foundation started by the former Miami Dolphins quarterback in 1992 after his 2-year-old son Michael was diagnosed with autism, the first-of-its-kind college in Florida is a natural next step.
The Dan Marino Foundation Florida Vocational College would help those with developmental disabilities move into adulthood. Marino's own son, now 23, has himself finished college and works as a DJ, performing under the name DJ 1 Tre.

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