Job Olympics

2022 RESULTS:

OVERALL:

BLUE VALLEY HIGH - 1st Place

BLUE VALLEY WEST - 2nd Place
LAWRENCE HIGH - 3rd Place

 

See results for each competition HERE.

Download SlideShow Results for each competition HERE.

Download a Certificate of Participation for any student HERE.

 

 
Job Olympics 2022!

March 31, 2022

Update:  We are waiting to hear from JCCC regarding their guidance and protocols due to COVID-19.  Once we receive this information, we will know how many students we can host at the event.  

1. Masks must be worn by all attendees.

2. Capacity reduced to 70% (650 attendees including participants, staff, and volunteers)

 

We will once again offer the opportunity for schools and school districts to host Job Olympics within their buildings this year if they choose not to attend at JCCC or our capacity limits do not allow a school to attend.  In this instance, we will offer all scoring guides and ribbons to schools just as we did last year for the "Virtual" Job Olympics. 

 

Job Olympics is a competition developed to promote transition and employability skills for a broad spectrum of high school students in special education. Job Olympics brings together over 500 students from 40 different schools throughout the area. Competitions representing actual job and employment situations are judged by business people from the community and professionals in education. At the awards ceremony, the top schools and competitors will be recognized with ribbons, medals and trophies.

 

Questions can be sent to: info@advocacyinmotion.org 

 

Download 2022 Event list

AIM W-9 2022 Form 

AIM Waiver of Liability and Media/Photo Release for Job Olympics 2022

 

Day Of Details!

JO Map

JO Events and Rooms List

 

Judges Instructions

Captains Instructions

Volunteer Email sent on 3/28/2022

 

Be a Volunteer!

Job Olympics is Thursday, March 31, 2022 at Johnson County Community College

 

Be an event judge! - We encourage students, professionals from the disability field, community members and employers to sign-up as a judge.  You will interact with students one-on-one and use a rubric to evaluate student performance of the job skill.  Please only sign-up for one event. (8:00AM – 11:30AM)

 

Be an event Captain! - Event Captains must be an educator, paraprofessional, or previous captain at Job Olympics.  The Captain will train the volunteer judges of the event and manage check-in of students at the specified event.  Please only sign-up for one event. (7:30AM – 11:30AM)

 

Be a General Volunteer! - General volunteers assist with the management of the event, which includes set-up, clean-up, registration, awards ceremony and directing participants at the event. (7:00AM – 3:00PM)

 

Student-Peer Sign-up! – Student-Peers from the high schools competing at Job Olympics can sign-up to volunteer at this link.

 

Be a Job Olympics Sponsor!


Download a Sponsorship letter and form

Advocacy In Motion, Inc. (AIM), is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization serving individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in our community. We believe in real work for real pay, but finding meaningful employment for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) is not a one-size-fits-all endeavor.  The Job Olympics competition was developed to promote transition and employability skills for a broad spectrum of high school students in special education.  Job Olympics brings together over 500 students from 33 different schools throughout the area.  Competitions representing actual job and employment situations are judged by business people from the community and professionals in education.  At the awards ceremony, the top schools and competitors will be recognized with ribbons, medals and trophies.  

 

We ask that you consider being an event sponsor of one of our 28 employment skill events.  Students with special needs have spent months practicing for these competitions in skill categories that align with their strengths and interests.  We would love the opportunity to allow these candidates to showcase their skills in front of potential community employers like you!

 

Event Info

 

8:30AM-11:00AM - Competitions

11:00AM-11:45AM - Lunch

11:30AM -  Mascot Presentation.

11:45AM-1:00PM -  Awards in Yardley Hall

2:00PM - Dismissal

Intensive (Pre-Basic) (All envets in this group only)

Bag Stuffing                       

Sorting Laundry                   

Sorting Silverware               

Table Setting

Wiping Tables                    

Vacuum                            

 

Basic/Advanced                  

A  Bagging Groceries

B  Bussing & Setting

  Change Amounts Video

B  Coin Recognition Video

A  Computer Applications Computer App Template

A   Custodial  

B  Folding Napkins     Video 

B  Folding Towels/Washcloth  washcloth video

B  Host/Hostess

A  Job Application - Advanced

                 Job application Advanced Practice

B  Job Application -  Basic

               Job Application Basic Practice

A  Job Interview -  Advanced

B  Job Interview - Basic

A  Making Change Video

A   Phone Messages

B  Product Matching Picture of event

A  Role Play

A  Sorting Mail

A  Stocking Groceries

A  Stuff/Label Envelopes -  Advanced Video (updated link 3.5.2022)

B  Stuff/Label Envelopes - Basic