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Lighthouse International average salary is $40,144, median salary is $40,144 with a salary range from $40,144 to $40,144.
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Instructional Coordinator 40,144-40,144 Middletown, NY, 10940 2010 Lighthouse International Instructional Coordinator Salaries (1)
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  • Lighthouse International
  • Industry: Non-Profit
  • City: New York, NY
  • Founded in 1905, Lighthouse International is the leading non-profit organization worldwide dedicated to preserving vision and to helping people of all ages overcome the challenges of vision loss. The need for vision healthcare services is more critical now than at any time in our history. As the baby boomer generation ages, people are living longer and conditions that cause vision loss, such as diabetes, are affecting even the very young. The statistics are compelling: There are 161 million people worldwide who are visually impaired -- 37 million are blind and 124 million have low vision. Without intervention, the number of