Welcome to the KEJI (Kids, Education, Jobs, Independence) website. We are making every effort to develop this site to be a great community resource for all who need the information we can provide. We encourage you to explore all our links as we are sure something on our site will at least encourage you, if not educate and even inspire you! Thanks for visiting our site and feel free to tell others about us. KEJI is continuing to hit the road, bringing valuable information and services to your community. We are focusing on providing free IEP and 504 assistance with the goal of college matriculation and/or gainful employment for the purpose of successful independent living. Hope to see you soon!
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April 22, 2014
Eaglecrest High School
Doors open at 5:30 pm
TAKE A RISK TOWARD SUCCESS!
Congratulations to the following trailblazers, who are either Clay Brown Academic Scholarship recipients, former KEJI College Fair participants, and/or KEJI Family members who carry disability labels, for their achievements:
Alexis Washington - graduated Tuskegee University (AL), with Bachelor of Architecture.
Deanna Gill - current student University of Colorado in Boulder (CO) pursuing Bachelor of Arts in Japanese Studies and a Minor in Business, graduated Community College of Aurora (CO) with Associate Degree in General Studies.
Jordan Hall - graduated Eastern New Mexico University at Roswell (NM) with certificate of training in Food Service, Dean's List, 2010 Clay Brown Academic Scholarship recipient.
Janaye Bruce - graduated Concorde Career College (CO) with diploma in Medical Assistant. Gainfully employed.
Jasmine Gill - current student Community College of Aurora (CO) pursuing Associates Degree in Criminal Justice.
Arabela Bruce - current student Metropolitan State University (CO) pursuing Bachelor of Arts in Music Composition.
Karmen Banks - former student at Northeastern Junior College (CO), 2013 Clay Brown Academic Scholarship recipient.
YOU CAN GO TO COLLEGE.
HELP CHANGE THE FACE OF SPECIAL NEEDS!
Please assist KEJI in changing negative images about our communities that carry disability labels by encouraging schools and other agencies to start using the identifier of "specific needs" and "diverse abilities" when addressing information regarding our children or other family members.
KEJI (Kids, Education, Jobs, Independence) is a non-profit, charitable parent support group that provides information and social support resource services for families and caregivers of children and adults with specific needs and diverse abilities, who carry handicap labels, through volunteered services of community supporters providing information and education on various health, education, employment, independent living, and care giving topics.
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