Social Studies: This is an inter-disciplinary subject in which students learn about the country they are living in and the world around them. Through the study of civics, sociology, philosophy, science, and language arts, students gain knowledge of Jamaica's government and their rights as a citizen. Students also learn problem solving and socialization skills which help them as they interact with the community at large.
Mathematics: This course covers several areas of vital math. Money management, basic math skills for everyday life, and various job skills are taught. Students also study job-related calculations and measurements as well as critical thinking and time management skills to increase their employability in the working world.
English: This course is focused on increasing students' proficiency in written English. Students develop greater English fluency and increase composition skills by studying grammer, vocabulary, reading, and writing.
Housekeeping: This job-prep course prepares students with the skills necessary for emplopyment in the hotel industry. Graduates of this course carry certification as a linen attendant.
The passion that I have for my class is that I am able to make a positive impact on the lives of the learners that are within my grasp, that they will be able to make a difference in their country and the wider society. Knowing that I can make a difference in the lives of others really gives me the drive to want to see the learners succeed. For me, teaching is a ministry, and it's the ministry that God has called me into. It gives me a wonderful feeling to know that I am fulfilling my purpose. I see myself as a role model for each learner, and that propels me in wanting to see the Deaf leaners achieve their full potential.
CADE (Continuing Adult Deaf Education) offers job training and continuing academic education for Deaf adults age 17 and up.
Child sponsorship with the CCCD is such a rewarding experience. It is not often that you are able to touch a life in such a tangible way. Sponsoring a child through CCCD will provide education, lodging, and meals for a child in need. Your monthly gift will allow you to invest in their physical well being, and most importantly, their spiritual well being. Each child receives instruction in Bible and will be taught about God's plan of salvation. Our goal is to secure 10 sponsors per student to help us cover our annual operating expenses (education, room/board, meals, clothing, misc) for your sponsor child.
Yes! You can review all of our available children under the "Students" tab at the top of the website. Then just let us know the name of the child on the online donation page. If you prefer to mail in your request, just let us know the name of the child when you mail in your first payment.
A one year Student sponsorship is $384.00. You can break the payment down the following ways:
A one year Class sponsorship is $600.00. You can break the payment down the following ways:
If you pay online using our online donation page, you may choose to pay manually each month, or you may choose to have your payment automatically deducted each month. You may also mail a check each month to our U.S. office.
You can sign up for sponsorship two different ways, online or through our office.
1-2 weeks after signing up, you will receive a sponsorship packet in the mail. This packet will include a portfolio with your child's picture and basic information on how to write to your sponsored child. Then, throughout the course of the year, you will receive correspondence from your child!
Yes! We encourage all of our sponsors to actively communicate with their sponsored child. We desire personal bonds to form between you and your child. The children will respond to your letters and also send special letters to you throughout the year.
Feel free to contact our US office at 616-748-6020 or firstname.lastname@example.org