CICE and DSW students help St. Joseph’s at Fleming residents prepare for Halloween
Community Integration Through Cooperative Education (CICE) students helped St. Joseph’s at Fleming residents get in the Halloween spirit yesterday! For their CICE community project, the Fleming College students carved nine pumpkins for the St. Joseph’s at Fleming residents to help decorate for their Halloween party. Fleming Developmental Services Worker students also helped carve pumpkins with the CICE students, as part of their semester 1 course “Thriving at College.”
The St. Joseph’s at Fleming residents judged the pumpkins yesterday afternoon and handed out ribbons to the students for their hard work. Thank you to everyone involved in this great community initiative!
About: The CICE program is designed to strengthen essential skills for work, life and learning. This two-year certificate program is open to adults with Learning Exceptionalities (Communication, Intellectual, Physical and/or Multiple).
The DSW diploma program is designed to provide the specialized skills required for professionals who make a difference every day in the developmental services sector. This program has a specific focus related to supporting people with various intellectual disabilities, such as Down Syndrome, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Autism, and neurocognitive disorders.