Contact us:

(503) 649-2066   /   acapinformation@gmail.com   /  1900 SE Milport Road,  Milwaukie, OR  97222

 

MAILING ADDRESS:  P.O. BOX 4606, PORTLAND OR, 97208

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Looking for the most fun summer job you've ever had?

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We are currently hiring 1:1 assistants for our 2019 summer program. Come work in an active and engaging environment that allows you to serve the community, explore Portland, and help individuals with Autism build lasting life skills.  Applications and questions should be sent to:

acaphr@gmail.com

 

 

Please ensure that your application is filled out completely and legibly.

You will then be contacted with further instructions.

 

Training will be from June 18th - 21st.

The program will run from June 24th - August 16th*, Monday - Friday, from 8:45 am - 3:15 pm.   

 

We will be operating out of three sites including Beaverton, Milwaukie, and East Portland (Parkrose).  Maps of the different sites are located on the "Our Program" page.

 

The summer program entails daily trips to community activities.  The position requires some physical activity:  walking 1-2 or more miles each day, swimming/bowling/park activities with our clients, etc.  A back-pack and swimsuit (1 piece) are required; the staff provides their own lunches and take lunch with the campers. Admission fees and Tri-Met passes are paid by ACAP.

 

A typical classroom group has one teacher 8-10 assistants. Assistants are paired 1:1 with campers, but camper/assistant pairings rotate daily.

 

What our staff says:

 

“As a classroom teacher, working one-on-one in a non- academic program, like ACAP’s summer program, opened my eyes to how broad the spectrum of Autism really is. I grew as a professional, I got to help a worthy nonprofit in my community, and I got paid for it too.”

 

Hunter - Teacher’s Assistant

 

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