[nobe-l] Urgent: Another call for college students majoring in education to help with teacher licensure accessibility
dmartinez at nfbtx.org
Sat Dec 10 02:59:24 UTC 2016
Hi, I’m a student at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. I have just been accepted to the Early Childhood Special Education graduate’s program. I received my undergraduate’s degree in education with a focus in Special Education and General Studies. I am working with the Health and Human Services agency in Texas as a Blind Children’s Specialist. I am interested in this opportunity.
> On Dec 9, 2016, at 2:51 PM, Kathy via NOBE-L <nobe-l at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> I ask you to please spread this message far and wide. ETS is still looking for a current college student majoring in education, someone who is blind or low vision, to serve on a focus group assisting with accessibility of teacher licensure testing. This would involve an all-expense-paid trip and an honorarium for two nights and three days in Princeton, New Jersey, in January. They prefer someone in elementary or secondary education over someone in special ed. Still ideally a junior or senior in college. I do have a feeling, however, that if they cannot find someone with those precise qualifications, they would be willing to be flexible with potentially a sophomore in college or potentially someone in special ed. Please contact me off list if you are possibly interested. They are urgent to fill the slot before the holidays. Please share this on Facebook or other lists as you can. My School email is below for anyone Who might read this on social media.
> knimmer at tscschools.com
> Kathy Nimmer
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