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BCIL Summer Youth Program – Preparing for College

This workshop will explore post-secondary options, how to prepare in high school, how to request accommodations, supports on campus, managing a social life, and time management. Contact Mary-Kate Wells mkwells@bostoncil.org to register. All BCIL’s Youth Summer Programs are free. Students are welcome to join multiple groups. They are available to students aged 14-22 years* with […]

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BCIL Summer Youth Program – Travel Training

In this workshop we will explore community safety, route planning, and reviewing different modes of transportation, including fixed route public transit and paratransit.  If possible, we will try to schedule some in-person opportunities to practice these skills.  Contact Dan Harris at dharris@bostoncil.org to register. All BCIL’s Youth Summer Programs are free. Students are welcome to […]

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BCIL Summer Youth Program – Preparing for Work!

Join us for this workshop focusing on the skills you need to find and keep a job. Topics include communication, problem solving, taking initiative, professionalism, resume building, and interview skills. Contact Mary-Kate Wells mkwells@bostoncil.org to register. All BCIL’s Youth Summer Programs are free. Students are welcome to join multiple groups. They are available to students […]

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BCIL Summer Youth Program – Transición en Acción

Este grupo es diseñando a apoyar estudiantes hispanohablantes en escuela secundaria con discapacidades en su transición al trabajo y adultez. Este taller va a explorar una gama se temas incluyendo habilidades laborales, opciones de educación y formación postsecundarios, autodefensa, finanzas personales, ¡y más! Este taller hará en español por personal bilingüe. Si tiene preguntas o […]

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BCIL Summer Youth Program – Adulting 101

This workshop will explore a range of topics related to independent living and building ‘adulting’ skills.  Topics will include travel training, time management, personal finance, community safety, and more! To register contact Dan Harris at dharris@bostoncil.org.   All BCIL’s Youth Summer Programs are free. Students are welcome to join multiple groups. They are available to […]

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BCIL Summer Youth Program – Self-Care, Resilience, and Well-Being

Join us to chat about relationships, self-care, boundaries, among other topics that relate to our sense of being well. Contact Dan Harris at dharris@bostoncil.org to register. All BCIL’s Youth Summer Programs are free. Students are welcome to join multiple groups. They are available to students aged 14-22 years* with a documented disability, such as IEP […]

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BCIL Summer Youth Program – Unpacking MA Driver’s Manual

The Boston Center for Independent Living 60 Temple Place, Boston

Join us during the summer as we go over what is in the Massachusetts Driver’s Manual in a fun and interactive way. We will go over every chapter and focus on the topics that will be on the Permit Exam. Each student that attends will get an electronic version of the MA Driver’s Manual.  Please […]

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BCIL Summer Youth Program – What? Why? Work!

Join us for an introduction to employment series exploring the world of work. Learn about your interests and skills and how to advocate for your goals. To register, please contact Mary-Kate Wells mkwells@bostoncil.org    *All BCIL’s Youth Summer Programs are free. Students are welcome to join multiple groups. They are available to students aged 14-22 […]

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BCIL Summer Youth Program – Cooking

In this workshop we will be cooking along together, starting with basic food safety and preparation skills, and building up to simple recipes. To register, please contact Dan Harris at dharris@bostoncil.org.   *All BCIL’s Youth Summer Programs are free. Students are welcome to join multiple groups. They are available to students aged 14-22 years* with […]

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Virtual Housing Workshop

BCIL Offices 60 Temple Place, 5th Floor, Boston Center for Independent Living, Boston

Virtual Housing Workshop Join us on the first and third Wednesday of every month to learn more about and how to apply for affordable housing options in your area. Our knowledgeable staff will answer all your questions and put you on the path to finding the housing that is right for you. This workshop will […]

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