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Independent living Housing, Inc

  • 5 people are interested

I L H is seeking instructors and tutors who have a minimum of a Master's Degree or Bachelor's degree in English or Reading along with a teaching certificate and have passed the Orton-Gillingham Teacher Training for youth's with special needs. All teachers must be certificatein cognitive Impairment, All instructors and tutors possess the will, discipline, enthusiasm, and ability to teach deprived, underprivileged and special needs youth. The life skills facilitator has a Bachelor's Degree in Education, Social Work or related field. Program mentors have degrees in Social Work or related field and have experience working with the special needs population.


When: This program is for during school hours and also after school program for the special need students who will be attending the Detroit Public Schools. This program plan to run three day per week for one hour per day unless we get help who are willing to work more hours. This is an opportunity to give back to the City who need help the most. must respond with your resume and cover letter

email your resume to ilhi4220@aol.com

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About Independent living Housing, Inc


33 E. Forest, Detroit, MI 48202, US

Mission Statement

Is to provides independent lving program along with safe, decent and afforabled housing for person and famiies with learning disabilities and Behavior Health.


OUR PROGRAM ILH developed the Todays Youth program to enhance the self-esteem and teach life skills to youth and young adults who are learning-disabled and developmentally challenged. Youth with learning disabilities can lead enriched lives when they are in an environment that builds their self-confidence and skills. The self-esteem workshops and after-school tutorials are designed to help youth build positive self-esteem; identify emotional spirals; understand and apply effective conflict resolution; improve their proficiency in reading, writing, math, science, computer and study skills; and prepare them for reading and MEAP testing.

Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
People with Disabilities


Tue Mar 09, 2021 - Mon Jun 07, 2021


33 E. Forest Ave.inside of one of the Detroit Public SchoolsCogntivie Impairments StudentsDetroit, MI 48214




  • People 55+


  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 25
  • Orientation or Training
  • 14 hours per weeks ( fall semster)
  • have the desire to help the poor/disadvantages

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