Would you like to get a Master's Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling and become a professional counselor with deaf, heard of hearing, or late deafended persons?

DEAFDIGEST BLUE by SILENT NEWS Nov. 26, 2000
Volume 5 Number 17 Barry Strassler, editor
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Would you like to get a Master's Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling and become a professional counselor with deaf, heard of hearing, or late deafended persons?
* (Fully paid scholarships available for those accepted into the program!) *

Western Oregon University's Rehabilitation Counselor Education Program prepares rehabilitation counselors  to work with Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Deafened clients.  Applicants must be
proficient in American Sign Language.  Graduates from this program find employment in such professional areas as community mental health, groups homes, state vocational rehabilitation and
college disability services.

A Bachelor's degree is required to apply, as well as proficiency in ASL.

All application materials must be received by March 15, 2001 for the Fall, 2001 school year.

* Tuition waivers and/or stipends are available to qualified students contingent upon continued federal funding.

If you are interested contact:
Julia Smith, M.S., L.P.C., C.R.C.
Assistant Professor
Rehabilitation Counselor Education
Western Oregon University
Monmouth, OR  97361

(503) 838-8444 V/TTY
mailto:smithj@wou.edu

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