NFB Project STRIVE is dedicated in providing quality programs to help meet the unique needs of blind and visually impaired youth throughout Utah. Project STRIVE instructors are positive, educated, blind adults who are fully dedicated to model, mentor, encourage and teach life, education, and employment readiness skills. These skills, along with a positive attitude towards blindness is absolutely critical for blind and visually impaired youth to transition successfully as adults.

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

STRIVE BYU activity!

Welcome back to the Project STRIVE blog, friends!

Project STRIVE has had many fun activities this year.
Below are just a few photos of an activity at BYU....Just one of the FOUR college visits that will happen this year.

(Above) Kourtnie climbing on a tandem bike. Project STRIVE participants had fun riding tandem bikes with current BYU students around the BYU campus.

Kourtnie, Ashley, Kirt, Carolione, and Kristie learning about the Accessibility Center at BYU.

Current and former BYU students gave Project STRIVE participants a tour of the University Accessibility lab inside the library.

Keep checking the blog for more posts on previous and upcoming activities as well as "Apple a day" challenge updates!!

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