Spring 2022 Texas Fellows
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Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired (TSBVI)
Outreach Programs Honor Texas Fellows
Recognizing VI Professionals in their Role as Recruiters
|Missy Piper||Cherie Powers|
|Whitney Creekmore||Crista Mitchel|
|Danika Dunlap||Jennifer Atwood|
|Christopher Janousek||Bradley Jackson|
|Lorraine Harriott-Jones||Soumya Vennapu|
|Kristine Holloway||Virginia Welsh|
|Laura Hilliard||Stacy Meischen|
The Texas Fellows program acknowledges the individual recruiters (Texas Fellow) and welcomes the new VI professional (Candidate) to the field. You are eligible to be a Texas Fellow if you were a significant person in the candidate’s recruitment. To be eligible for the program during the 2021–2022 school year, candidates must have started their training after May 15, 2021.
Texas Fellows and Candidates receive the following recognitions:
- The names of the Texas Fellows and the candidates are published in the TX SenseAbilities newsletter.
- Texas Fellows and the candidates receive special acknowledgment at all statewide TSBVI-sponsored activities.
AND will receive:
- One of TSBVI’s most popular publications OR
- Registration assistance for an upcoming TSBVI-sponsored conference.
For more information about the Texas Fellows Program, contact Cecilia Robinson at firstname.lastname@example.org; 512–206–9464. Check the TSBVI website for Texas Fellows applications, recruitment materials, and detailed information on how to become a VI professional in Texas.