[Nfbnet-members-list] CCB Summer - It's more than a job!
dburke at cocenter.org
Fri Feb 1 15:57:50 UTC 2019
Looking for a fun and challenging summer job?
Gain invaluable job experience, make a difference, and be part of a great team!
The Colorado Center for the Blind is now accepting applications from positive blind role models to be residential counselors and classroom instructors in our 2019 summer programs. Our summer programing consists of four programs:
1) "No Limits to Learning" Transition Program
2) "The World of Work" Pre-Employment Program
3) "Challenge and Adventure" Self-Advocacy Program
4) "Cracking the College Code" College Prep Program
Staff must be available May 28 through August 9, 2019. Successful applicants will be good role models, competent in the skills of blindness, passionate, detail oriented, adaptable in a fast-paced environment, must possess excellent communication skills, be a team player, and be willing to lead by example. Applicants will be excited and prepared to work with blind students ages 11 - 21.
Challenge recreation and STEAM focused experiences are an exciting component of the job. Staff will go rock climbing, hiking, canoeing, white water rafting, attend martial arts classes, try Blind Hockey, tour college campuses, visit with Disability Resource Office counselors, attend a college life seminar, participate in a chemistry lab, and much more. All staff and students participating in our "No Limits to Learning" program will attend the week long national convention of the National Federation of the Blind in Las Vegas, Nevada.
To learn more about our summer programs, please click the following link
If interested, please contact Martin Becerra-Miranda at (303)778-1130 extension 223 or via email at mbecerra at cocenter.org<mailto:mbecerra at cocenter.org>
Daniel J. Burke, M.S.
Public Relations Specialist
Colorado Center for the Blind
Phone: 303.778.1130 Ext: 213
2233 W. Shepperd Ave.
Littleton, CO 80120
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