May 6, 2019 from 10:00am – 1:30pm.
This free event is for young adults with special needs and their families to experience a life-sharing community that offers day and residential programs for students transitioning out of their secondary education. Friends and neighbors are also welcome to attend.
Activities include campus tours, meet and greet community members, teachers, and students and a Q&A with admissions staff.
Tours begin at 10:00 am and light refreshments will be served. Registration is appreciated.
Triform Camphill Community founded in 1979 and located on 500 acres of farm and gardens, welcomes young adults, generally 18-25 years old, with developmental disabilities, as residential or day students. Its mission is to build a vital community life that provides each person the possibility for self-development and fulfillment of potential. Triform is a non-profit organization supported by generous donors dedicated to continuing this important work.
For more information and to register contact Marcia Cary, 518-851-9320 x13 or firstname.lastname@example.org
With Camphill’s College Loan Support Program, They Don’t Have To Be A Barrier To Volunteering
Camphill College Loan Support Program Info for Potential Volunteers:
A recently created College Loan Support Program makes life a bit easier for Camphill volunteers with college debt.
Your debt obligations shouldn’t keep you from enjoying the life-changing benefits of a volunteer year.
For as long as you are a Triform volunteer, we will cover 100% of your monthly loan payments.*
When you apply to Triform Camphill Community, let us know about your college loans. When you accept a position, we’ll get you enrolled in our program so your payments get made. On time. By us.
All eligible applicants will be approved for this program.
An eligible applicant is someone who:
• Is a volunteer in a Camphill Association of North America member community
• Is committed to a full year of service
• Is a U.S. citizen … OR
• Is a Canadian citizen serving in a Canadian community
• Has higher education debt from an accredited community college, four-year college, or graduate program
In addition to loan repayment assistance, Triform ensures that every volunteer’s basic living needs get covered by the community. This means you receive a monthly stipend, a private room in a beautiful environment, wholesome, mostly organic meals, medical insurance, and other essentials – from toiletries to use of a community car.
Those are just the tangible benefits . . .
Camphill volunteers grow faster than they imagined possible, build deep, lasting relationships, and develop practical and creative skills that open doors for the rest of their lives.
*Up to $500/month.
If you need more, let’s talk.