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NSU Seeks Director for new RiverHawks Scholar Program

NSU Seeks Director for new RiverHawks Scholar Program

Overview of Position:

This is a full time 12-month position with full University benefits. The RiverHawks Scholar Director Position will create, apply, and oversee all activities and staff of the program.

Overview of Program:

The RiverHawks Scholar Program at Northeastern State University is a four-year, fully inclusive certificate program for students with mild/mild moderate intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. The RiverHawks Scholar Program focuses on helping students gain knowledge and enhance their capabilities in the following areas:
● Independent Living
● Social Skills
● Academics
● Career Development

For additional details, or to apply, visit NSU’s Human Resources site.


Inclusive Summer Camps

Inclusive Summer Camps

Looking for something to do this summer? The following agencies welcome individuals with developmental disabilities to their summer camps! Click on the logo to find out more. Let us know if you know of others so we can include them here!

Happy summer!


Tulsa Area


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Apache Tribe Cultural Camp & EPA Camp

Camp Grey Squirrel

Surrounding States

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Looking for other recreational opportunities during the summer or school year? Check out the National Inclusion Project! They partner with organizations around the country that are intentionally reaching out to their communities to include children with disabilities in their recreation programs.



College Is Possible!

College is Possible!

We are happy to celebrate good news from LeadLearnLive today! They have announced an agreement with Northeastern State University to provide the first four-year, fully-integrate, comprehensive post-secondary program in Oklahoma for students with intellectual or developmental disabilities, beginning fall of 2018.

Oklahoma is one of two states without a post-secondary program to support students with I/DD. Since 2012, LeadLearnLive has worked tirelessly educating, gathering support, and fundraising to provide a program in our state. The new program will be located in Tahlequah and be based on REACH, a program of the College of Charleston in South Carolina. We encourage parents of high school students with I/DD to sign up for LeadLearnLive’s email list so you can be the first to know of upcoming details.

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