Sun Sounds Job Posting

Sun Sounds has an immediate opening  for a Program Assistant/Control Board Operator for our live programs. This position involves getting our live broadcasts on the air, doing live breaks,  preparing & editing shows for air, helping volunteers and possibly recording a program for later broadcast. As of 2/6/2020 the days and hours available are: Thurs 6am-11am, Friday 6am-11am, Saturday 6am-1pm and Sunday 8am-noon.
Sun Sounds of Arizona is a reading service for those who can not read printed material, and is a serve of Rio Salado Community College. 

Interested in Volunteering for Sun Sounds?

The Sun Sounds Volunteer Orientation has been changed to Monday March 23, 6pm, at the Rio Salado Conference Center. The one-hour orientation session will give you an overview of all the volunteer opportunities we have at Sun Sounds of Arizona as...

Celebrate Sun Sounds!

glazed chicken and greenbeans on a plateJoin us as we Celebrate Sun Sounds Tucson  with a luncheon on Wednesday, February 26, 2020, at the Doubletree by Hilton-Reid Park (445 South Alvernon Way),  11:30 A.M. and 1:30 P.M.

It will be a celebration of Sun Sounds,  and an opportunity for us to share our vision with our community partners.  This luncheon will include a silent auction and table centerpieces from local florist to be auctioned off.  

Individual tickets can be purchased for $60.00 each, and ten top tables for $500.00. For more information,

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please contact us at Sun Sounds at 520-296-2400, or myself at meverson@sunsounds.org. Please let me know if you have any questions, and thank you for your help.

Thank you to our sponsor Desert Diamond Casinos and Entertainment.

African American Conference on Disabilities

 

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 The African American Conference on Disabilities is coming up on Friday February 28th  from 8am-5pm at the Desert Willow conference center in Phoenix and Sun Sounds will be there.   This is the only comprehensive all day conference that addresses the intersection between race and disabilities. There will be 3 general sessions along with 24 disability related workshops including topics on employment, legal rights, accommodation and assistive technology, children with disabilities’ rights and child welfare, a
nd mental health.
The event focuses on African Americans however the information will benefit everyone and is open to anyone interested in learning and eliminating barriers.

For tickets and information go to www.aacdaz.org or call David at  602-443-0723.

 
 

Hear Arizona is Here for You

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Hear Arizona is a podcast initiative that is addressing issues and empowering our community. The newest series is (In)Accessible delves into all aspects of living with disabilities. 

The newest episode illuminates some of the opportunities and challenges related to finding housing, adding modifications and Universal Design. 

Listen here: https:/heararizona.org/accessible 

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Marcos Castillo sits in his backyard.

 

(Photo by  Jaye McAuliffe)