In 2019 SECC will run its inaugural American Sign Language Inclusion crews. Participants in the ASL program will have the opportunity to learn and grow through two consecutive three-week programs. The crews will camp out during the program, working on conservation projects during the week and weekends will be filled with education and recreation activities. This program will be the first of its kind in the Southeast region and will increase opportunities for deaf and hard of hearing youth to work outside, learn job and leadership-development skills, learn outdoor skills, and gain technical conservation field experience to increase their career opportunities.
SECC is raising funds to launch and support our inaugural American Sign Language (ASL) Youth Crews in 2019. This program will be the first of its kind in the Southeast Region but will be a well fitting addition to our robust Youth Conservation Program we have been running since 2013.
We believe the everyone should have the opportunity to serve and work outdoors. You can help us increase opportunities for deaf and hard of hearing teens to work outside in our region by donating this #GivingTuesday to SECC. Are you with us?
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2) Personal Check- Old fashioned? Maybe, but donating in any form never goes out of style. ***Please make all check out to Southeast Conservation Corps. Mailing address: 2001 N. Chamberlain Ave. Chattanooga, TN 37406
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