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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.
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