Junior Summer Academy is a five-day program for middle school students (6-8 grades) filled with exciting and engaging experiences to promote access to and utilization of assistive technology as it relates to the students daily life, travel, school, and future employment. Students explore their capabilities in a fun and educational setting, while developing friendships with peers who also have visual impairments. This program is offered at Kutztown University – were students get a taste of campus life by sharing a dormitory room with another student as well as eating at a campus dining hall.
Junior Summer Academy is provided by The Office of Vocational Rehabilitation/Bureau of Blindness and Visual Services (BBVS) in partnership with Department of Education/Bureau of Special Education, Pennsylvania Training and Technical Assistance Network (PaTTAN), and Kutztown University.
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