Zen and the Art of Archery was a popular book in the 1970s among a certain crowd in which martial arts practitioners became adept at hitting the bullseye while blindfolded. What does that mean? Who really knows, other than it was the era of the “Kung Fu” TV series. Nonetheless, […]
The first day of Spring and temps in the 70s, and what would you do? Our Home Management planned wisely to make the most of the beautiful weather today, and all classes worked outside on the grills. Now that’s a life skill!
Trevor definitely knows what day it is …It’s probably just a coincidence though that he’s baking 6 cheesecakes for his graduation March 30. It’s close enough for Pi Day though!
Well, the mini-meal is “mini” in comparison to the final Home Management assignment in our Independence Training Program … And it’s an interim step toward that final goal of cooking for 60 people. See, the mini-meal is only for fifteen! Here, Suzie, Parker, Ellen and Lyne put their meals in […]
Experience taking the podium and speaking to a group is one of those things that many of us don’t do often, but is definitely an important part of a job-seeker’s toolbox, as well as something our students may be called on to do once they have a job. Employment Specialist […]
Colorado Center for the Blind presents MAKING CONNECTIONS THAT WORK FOR YOU Career and College Seminar Friday, March 10, 2017 9:00 am to 3:00 pm At the Colorado Center for the Blind 2233 West Shepperd Avenue Littleton, Colorado 80120 Lunch will be provided. To reserve your lunch, please RSVP no […]