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CNIB Learning Academy

Provided by: CNIB Foundation

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Service Description

Offers virtual and in-person summer programs for Canadian youth experiencing sight loss. Includes workshops and challenges to help develop pre-employment, leadership, independence and social skills. Opportunities are based on grade level categories. Visit the website for current program descriptions.

  • Youth Job Club – assists motivated youth, 15 – 21 years of age, in developing reachable goals and actualizing targets toward securing paid work.
  • SCORE (Skills, Confidence & Opportunities through Recreation & Education) Scholars Program – 2-week in-person program (Toronto – all expenses paid) to help develop pre-employment, leadership, independence and social skills. Visit the website for details.


Youth Job Club
Youth ages 15 - 21
- Be a Canadian student (or recent graduate) in grades 10-12, or first year of post-secondary.
- Have strong orientation & mobility skills and independent living skills.
- Be interested in experiential learning activities and developing leadership skills.
- Be determined to work on personal independence and problem-solving skills.
- Have a demonstrated interest in putting personal strengths to use for the betterment of peers, family, and community.
- Be committed to participating in all program activities.

Application Process

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Documents Required

Youth Job Club
Application Form, resume.
Application Form, resume (if you have), letter of recommendation from an endorser. (This should be someone who knows you well, like a CNIB staff member, teacher, workplace/volunteer supervisor or youth group leader), and a 750-word essay introducing yourself and discussing how you’ll benefit from attending the SCORE Scholars Program.


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Regina: 306-525-2571

Saskatoon: 306-374-4545

Toll-Free: 1-877-748-4028

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CNIB – Regina


2160 Broad Street
Regina SK  S4P 1Y5

Get Directions

Corner of Broad Street and 14th Avenue.

Location Info

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 12:00 pm (noon), 1:00 - 4:30 pm


Wheelchair access - designated parking spaces; Wheelchair access - front or side doors; Wheelchair access - washrooms; Braille signage

Fax: 306-565-3300

Toll-Free: 1-800-563-2642


Business Line: 306-525-2571



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