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Resident Hall Ambassador will support adult guests between the ages of 18-25 on campus affiliated with the UNH-4U Immersion Experience who have labels of intellectual disabilities. Their role will be to support guests in residence life activities that occur between the dinner hour and breakfast for overnight accommodation in residence life halls identified and secured by UNH Housing and Residence Life as part of the UNH-4U Immersion program. The Ambassador will host students in their residence hall overnight, accompany the student to dinner and breakfast, support the student in campus life activities identified on the Immersion schedule and according to the events planned by the Project Coordinator and assisted by supporting faculty.
Under the direction and supervision of the project director in coordination with appointed faculty and residence life, the Inclusion Facilitator will work with guests in the UNH 4U immersion experiences who have labels of intellectual disabilities to participate in the menu of campus-related activities to orient them to campus life so they can get an idea if they want to apply to the program.
Under the administrative supervision of the Project Director, plan, organize, coordinate and manage the UNH-4U program for the IOD. The UNH-4U Project Coordinator will collaborate with multiple departments on campus as well as with multiple external partners to deliver an inclusive higher education opportunity for students with intellectual disabilities between the ages of 18-25 to further their knowledge and skills in the areas of academic enrichment, social development, independent living and career development.
Located in the IOD CONCORD Office, the Wraparound Coach provides formal training and technical assistance to staff members to Wraparound Coordinators in agencies that have grants or contracts to provide services to families and youth with significant mental health needs. The Wraparound Coach uses data and tools developed by our team, documents their contacts, and serves as a member of the IOD Wraparound Coaching team.
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