Volunteer Registration for DC3C Spring Break 2018
Thank you for your interest in volunteering!

A little bit of background information: DC3C Exploring Careers, Colleges, and Community, is a program of the DC Special Education Cooperative. 2018 will be our 3rd year offering our Spring Break Program sponsored by RSA, and in partnership with George Washington University and the HSC.

Spring Break is a week-long student program. Over the first two years we have seen a dramatic increase in student interest to participate. Students who attended in the past increased their interview scores by over 20%. In 2018 our goal is to have 75% of the participants leave the program with paid internship offers. To meet this goal, participants will engage in rigorous job-readiness training to master the interview and improve their networking skills.

In order to help our students obtain employment, we need YOUR help. There are many ways to get involved and join us! During the week of Spring Break (March 26-March 30) your volunteer responsibilities may include: one-on-one support with a student in resume development, coaching of practice interviews, conducting mock interviews, supporting the development of a presentation board, or participating as an "employer" in a reverse job fair. To see what a reverse job fair is please see our news coverage last year:

There are also ways to support DC3C and the DC Special Education Cooperative outside of this week. If you would like more information or have any questions please contact our Director of Secondary Transition, Dr. Rebecca Foster, rfoster@specialedcoop.org

Again, thank you for your interest in working with us and supporting DC's students!

Name (First and Last) *
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Mailing Address *
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Email Address *
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For which company/organization are you volunteering? Or are you volunteering for yourself? *
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Please select the day/time you can volunteer. All volunteer shifts are at the National Youth Transition Center 2013 H St NW, Washington, DC 20006 *
Would your company/organization like to host an intern? *
Photo/Media Release: By registering to volunteer you agree to give the Special Education Cooperative (the Co-op) and it's licensees permission to make use of your appearance for their programs. You agree that we may tape, photograph and record your voice, conversation and sounds and that the Co-op is the exclusive owner of such taping, photography, and recording. You agree that the Co-op has the right to use in any manner, all or any portion thereof or a reproduction thereof in connection with their programs or otherwise; any use by the Co-op may be made throughout the world, an unlimited number of times in perpetuity, and may license others to it. You further agree that the Co-op may use and license others to use your name, voice, likeness, image and any biographical material concerning me which you may provide, in any and all media and in the promotion, advertising, sale, publicizing and exploitation of the Program and/or otherwise (and ancillary products in connection with the Program) and in connection with the Co-op's affiliated services throughout the world in all media, an unlimited number of times in perpetuity. You further represent that any statements made during your appearance are true, to the best of your knowledge, and that neither they nor my appearance will violate or infringe upon the rights of any third party. You hereby waive any right of inspection or approval of your appearance or the uses to which such appearance may be put. You acknowledge that the Co-op will rely on this permission potentially, at a substantial cost to you, and hereby agree not to assert any claim of any nature whatsoever against anyone relating to the exercise of the permissions granted hereunder. *
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