WHAT: The National Research and Training Center on Blindness and Low Vision (NRTC) is pairing students nationwide with mentors who are also legally blind and working in a similar field of interest. Opportunities include face-to-face mentoring, job shadowing, and networking. We offer career preparation resources and student incentives to participate.
WHO: Students who are legally (or totally) blind and must be under age 35
WHEN: Sign up by December 2013.
For more info, visit http://tiny.cc/mentoring-project.
For questions, contact Jamie O’Mally at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 662-325-2001 or toll free at1-800-675-7782.
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• Nov. 6th, 1-3pm - Built-In Accessibility (Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, Android)
Training workshops will be held in the Aquia
Building, Room 235. Due to limited space, we are capping enrollment at
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Do you need help with study skills?
Learning Services provides study skills workshops, academic skills program, & academic counseling. The office is located in SUB1, Room 3129. Visit them on line at http://caps.gmu.edu/learningservices/
Are you writing a paper for an assignment?
The Writing Center offers free writing support and writing workshops. The Writing Center has various locattions on campus. Visit the
website at http://firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you need assistance with your career goals?
Career Services provides assistance in academic/career decision-making and goal setting. The office is located in SUB1, Room
3400. Visit the website at http://careers.gmu.edu/index.cfm
Do you need to speak to someone about a problem or concern?
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides individual and group counseling, workshops and outreach programs.
The office is located in SUB1, Room 3129.