BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — After experiencing homelessness for the previous six years, Cameron Corbett stated he’s grateful he now has a job that helps him make a distinction.
The 22-year-old Boston man is working Monday by way of Friday as a grocery supply truck driver in Boston, a job that he obtained by way of Breaktime, an area non-profit that helps younger adults break the cycle of homelessness.
“[I bring] sizzling meals, pantry gadgets, perishable items, nonperishable items and vegetables and fruit everywhere in the metropolis of Boston to important staff, frontline staff and struggling communities.”
Corbett tells WBZ’s Carl Stevens that Breaktime not solely helped him get educated in technical expertise, however the group additionally helped him discover ways to act and communicate professionally by way of mentors and sources.
In response to their website, Breaktime “empowers younger adults experiencing homelessness to construct stability in their very own lives whereas constructing resilience of their communities.”
Particularly through the Covid-19 pandemic, Corbett stated it is necessary that individuals “step up” and assist their neighborhood.
“[The job is] giving me goal in truly life and eager to get up each morning and go to work as a result of I do know that I am making a distinction,” Corbett stated. “And I do know that I am truly doing one thing that’s necessary.”
As for his future endeavors, Corbett stated he’s not positive what he’ll do, however he’s grateful to be heading within the “proper” path in life.
WBZ NewsRadio’s Carl Stevens experiences.