[NFBWATlk] FW: Request regarding ICBVI Summer Program
Doug.Trimble at wssb.wa.gov
Mon Mar 20 21:37:21 UTC 2023
Summer work opportunity in Idaho.
Program looking for blind & low vision role models.
From: Everyone for Vision Education <EVE at LISTSERV.WSSB.WA.GOV> On Behalf Of Pam Parker
Sent: Monday, March 20, 2023 12:42 PM
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Subject: Request regarding ICBVI Summer Program
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My name is Alison Steven, and I am the Transition Coordinator for the Idaho Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired. As such, I put together our Idaho summer programs for blind and visually impaired youth. These are residential programs held at Boise State University. We hire temporary summer staff to run Daily living, recreational activities, job skills and dorm life. This year, I am very keen to hire blind and visually impaired staff who can be role models and mentors to our participants. I would love to share this opportunity with BVI individuals who may be looking for summer work.
We have all summer staff participate in a training which is part of the paid hours. The dates start on June 12 with staff training and run through July 28 when our VIEW (Visually Impaired Experiencing Work) Program concludes.
If there are any interested individuals, they could call me for more details. We will be able to provide accommodation for the duration of the programs.
I have attached our job posting as well.
I would appreciate your thoughts on this, and if you could share this request for me I would be most grateful.
With warm regards,
Project Coordinator Student Transition Services
Idaho Commission for the Blind And Visually Impaired
341 W. Washington
Boise, ID 83720
Office: (208) 639-8377
Cell: (208) 789-6378
Front Desk: (208) 334-3220
Email: asteven at icbvi.idaho.gov<mailto:asteven at icbvi.idaho.gov>
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