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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.

  • Primary Explorers (grades 4-6)
    • This one-week virtual camp is about becoming aware of the world of work and how it relates to us at a very early age. Addresses basic questions like What is a job? What sorts of jobs do our family members have? Why is work important? Attendees will learn how to perform their own research through casual conversation with family and community acquaintances. 
  • Junior Explorers (grades 7-8)
    • Participants will explore their skills and strengths, hear from successful visually impaired community members about their careers, and learn about best practices for academic success.  Participants begin to build foundations for this important transition and plant the seeds for early career recognition and exploration.
  • Young Achievers (grades 9-10)
    • This bridging program to the flagship SCORE Scholars program helps participants build fundamental analytical and goal setting skills. Early volunteer, summer and part time jobs are discussed in relationship to long term school and career aspirations. Special guest speakers who experience vision loss and are leaders in their field will provide personal stories for inspiration.
  • SCORE Scholars (grades 11, 12 & first year of post-secondary)
    • An all-expenses-paid opportunity that provides an edge in one’s academic and job-seeking goals. SCORE Scholars programming helps participants build essential leadership, independence, pre-employment, and social skills. Participants will explore the city of Toronto by visiting restaurants and local attractions. 


- 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

Visit website for application form.

Documents Required

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.


Contact for details.

Regina: 306-525-2571

Saskatoon: 306-374-4545

Toll-Free: 1-800-563-2642

Service Website





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Languages Offered


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

Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 7:30 pm Eastern

Business Line: 306-525-2571



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