Sunday, August 16, 2009

Job update

So in case you haven't heard, I (Lara) found a job. God is so good! I am working as a co-teacher in an early childhood special education classroom.

In the meantime I have applied for a program to get my masters degree in early childhood special education. That way, as I get more training I will be able to have my own classroom and I will be able to go into kids' homes as an early intervention specialist. My goal is to be able to support young children with special needs and their families. So far I have been accepted for non-degree status, and I am working on taking some pre-requisite tests and a community college class to apply for degree status in December.

Please keep us in your prayers as I apply for financial aid and as I take tests and start my classes in mid-September. Please praise God with us for this opportunity to use our experiences with Timmy to help other families.


Kathie said...

I love thinking about how blessed kids and families will be to have your heart and passion in their lives. Thank you, Lord!

ingrid said...

yay! So happy to see an update on this blog, but more importantly, to hear more about your new job! :) I am very excited for you!!
Of course, I would still love to see some pics of your new car!!! That's a pretty big deal that you guys finally have 2 cars; I'd think you'd be posting it everywhere! ;)
Praying continually for you guys, and praising God for your new job!

Dina said...

Hola chicos, We'are so glad to read from you. Congratulations on the new job and projects in your life. Love, Dina and Ivan

mom/Nana said...

Romans 8:28, 29 ... that's all I've got to say about that!

Linda said...

Kevin said you sound so happy--and even your post reflects joy in what you are doing and learning. I know those kids will flourish under your care and prosper under your teaching. We are celebrating God's grace and goodness!

Michelle said...

Hi Lara, so happy to hear you accepted the position. I hope you love it. I know that you'll make a great Early Intervention Specialist as you have personal experience. You sound so happy and I pray that everything goes great with you Master's degree. God Bless. Michelle-Young Interventions