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Faculty of Education, H'art open doors to new educational opportunities

Brian Secker and Ken Montroy.
Meghan Blunt and Karen Olivier.
H'art Centre's Inclusive Program is looking for instructors and partners.
H'art students visiting Queen's University.
Gathering at Queen's last week were (l to r): Kristen Wilson, Queen's rehab, Mandy Robertson, Brian Secker, Faculty of Education staff member, Ken Montroy, Faculty of Education staff member, Mandi Oomen, Francine Young, Karen Olivier, Danielle Coles, St. Lawrence placement student, Meghan Blunt, Queen's rehab. In the back are Toni Thornton and Lori Allum.

H'art Centre's Inclusive Post Secondary Education Program is once again looking for motivated and compassionate Queen's University instructors and partners interested in opening their doors to participants for the winter term. The initiative allows adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities who attend H'art to participate in courses at Queen’s University to promote life-long learning.

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