T.A.P . By Mr. Fehlman & Mr. eisentrout. What is the transition and Access Program?.
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By Mr. Fehlman & Mr. eisentrout
The staff of the transition and Access program are there to help guide young people with a lot of different abilities in their lives. They are not just TAP staff but also students of the university of Cincinnati.
A fun fact about my self is that in third grade I had to do a project on camels and they have been my favorite animal ever since!
A fun fact about my self is that I am going to running in my first half-marathon in May!
A fun fact about me is that I am going skydiving this April for the first time!
Fun fact: I taught myself to make balloon animals.
My name is Cory Boraten and I am currently a senior at the University of Cincinnati in the Criminal Justice Program. I have several jobs which include the UC Rec Center, Blue Ash Recreation and Transition and Access Program (TAP). Specifically for TAP, I’m a Resident Assistant(RA) for the students within the program. I work one on one and in groups with the students to encourage a positive college life experience and guidance through academics. Upon graduating this year, I plan on going into the workforce full-time as a Police Officer in one of the surrounding cities of Cincinnati.
Fun facts about myself:
I played Soccer for 15 years
In college, I participated in the UC Rowing Team and won a bronze medal in a race
Completed an Internship with Cincinnati PD and currently working with Amberley Village as an intern.