Mark and Al Hublar - Reaching My Dream Job

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Indiana Disability History Project
"When Mark left high school there was no plan," recalls his father. Mark Hublar went to work at a sheltered workshop. Today he is a motivational speaker who is asked to address audiences around the U.S. In these video interview excerpts, Mark and his father Al Hublar have a conversation about Mark's employment history and his path towards his dream job. Mark graduated New Albany High School in 1983. After working for Rauch Industries, he was hired by a family business, McDonald's, and Walmart, with a stint as a family caregiver in between. At the age of 49, Mark returned to school, attending Jefferson Community & Technical College so that he could study public speaking. Mark and his father were interviewed in New Albany, Indiana on May 8, 2017.
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Indiana Disability History Project
Indiana Institute on Disability and Community
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"Mark and Al Hublar - Reaching My Dream Job" YouTube video, 00:05:32, interview excerpts 066-mi by the Indiana Disability History Project, posted by "Indiana Disability History" on October 15, 2020
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