SEEKING ODS STUDENT FELLOWS !
Submit an application by Tuesday, November 24th
Description: The Office of Disability Services Undergraduate Student Fellows work with the ODS staff to focus on campus outreach and community engagement. They frame their work around disability issues and access, and ensure transparency around the resources ODS provides. The fellows’ responsibilities include: developing partnerships with residential colleges, eating clubs, athletic teams, campus centers and student groups; operating social media accounts; developing resources for the ODS website (including videos); and developing and implementing new initiatives.
Terms: Two Fellow positions are currently available. Each fellow works about 3 hours per week and is paid $11.00 per hour. The new fellows will work with our two existing fellows on all the above projects. The term of service will ideally be 3 semesters, beginning in January 2016 and ending May 2017. Please let us know if you plan on studying abroad during any of these semesters.
takes interest in others
strong interpersonal and communication skills
excellent organizational skills
ability to work collaboratively
social media experience
video editing experience helpful
event planning experience helpful
To submit an application, please click below to go to the "forms" page of the ODS website and click on ODS Fellows application.
Fall Conference, Sunday, November 22, 10:30 am - 3:30 pm
PRINCETON DISABILTIY AWARENESS
Princeton Disability Awareness (PDA) is delighted to invite members of the Princeton University community to attend our Fall Conference on Sunday, November 22nd, 2015 at Robertson Hall from 10:30 AM - 3:00 PM.
This year, we will be featuring extraordinary speakers who are experts in various aspects of disability rights, including self advocate Mark Farrell, Adam Krass ofAdam Krass Consulting (Assistive Technology Expert) and Peter Bell, CEO Eden Autism Services in Princeton, NJ. Our very own Lindsey Conlan ('18) will be opening the event with an informal brunch discussion on her work in Unified Sports.
We believe that a strong presence of our faculty and student body at the conference is crucial as we seek to move towards inclusion and a better understanding of disability as a wider social issue. This is also a good opportunity for students who are unable to attend our Disability Awareness Carnival to get involved in a meaningful way.
We are confident that attending this conference will represent a valuable experience. You may attend any or all of the sessions. A small breakfast and lunch will be provided.