A group of students dealing with autism, learning disabilities, brain injuries, and other challenges are learning how to make their way in the business world.
Seventeen-year-old Kylie likes to make and sell jewelry. She's one of the students helping with the Monarch School's annual holiday sale.
The room is filled with color. There are beaded earrings and bracelets, big pots of poinsettias, along with carefully-wrapped gift baskets filled with treats.
"You can have all kinds of themes. You have bath and body; you can have Christmas themes."