FROM: Dr. Jerry McCloskey
SUBJECT: **Employment Outreach For Selected Students In The University***
I am Dr. Jerry McCloskey, I work as a Professional Services Team Member for the United States international Council On Disabilities (USICD). I provide individual and group therapy on behalf of organizations that benefit vulnerable populations, including people with disabilities(physical, chronic, psychiatric, and invisible). A large percentage of the students served by the mental health unit have psychiatric disabilities or co-morbid psychiatric disabilities and need mental health support to be successful at the university. In addition,many children with academic difficulties and no prior diagnosis are seen and assessed through the academic screening and assessment process.
The U.S. International Council on Disabilities (USICD) is a non-profit, membership, constituent-led organization committed to building bridges between American and international disability communities and cultures. Through a wide range of projects and programs, USICD promotes the inclusion of disability perspectives in U.S. foreign policy and aid and provides opportunities for domestic disability rights organizations to interface with their international counterparts. USICD’s major initiatives leverage a membership that spans organizations and individuals in more than 30 U.S. states and a number of foreign countries. USICD's Board of Directors includes leading experts in domestic and international disability issues. NOD focuses on increasing employment opportunities for the 80-percent of working-age Americans with disabilities who are not employed. To achieve this goal, USICD works with leading employers and partners with educational and philanthropic institutions to pilot innovative approaches to disability inclusion, then scales these up into initiatives with even broader impact. Disability Support Services (DSS) within the Ministry of Health is responsible for funding support and services for people with disabilities.You have received this email because you have an offer from the University Office for Students with Disabilities to work with me while we help Children with disabilities frustrated with ignorance and lack of services but as my temporary personal assistant. sYou will only help me Mail letters, Make payments at Walmart and purchase some Items when needed. This employment only takes an hour a day and 5 times a week for $520 weekly. I am unable to meetup for an interview because I am currently away and helping the disabled students in China
You will be paid in advance for all tasks and purchased to be done on my behalf and some of my personal letters and mails will be forwarded to your residence or nearby post office for you to pick up at your convenience. Upon my arrival we will discuss the possibility of making this a long-term employment if I am impressed with your services while I am away. My arrival is scheduled for the First week of November 2018
To Apply, Please email your Full name, Address, Alternate email (different from school email) and mobile and Correspondent will reply you as soon as possible.
Dr Jerry McCloskey