Important Announcements for SSD Students
- ASD Parent Survey
- Your Opinion Matters... Brief Survey for SSD
- Stemabilities Needs Mentors in Summer Program
- NAVAIR is Recruiting Students with Disabilities
ASD Parent Survey
SSD is collaborating with an investigator in the Department of Psychology to gather information on the needs of students at VT who are registered with our office. As part of this effort, we wish to ask parents for their opinions about things like what services are needed and what they'd like to see more of.
Below is a secure link to a very brief online survey. This survey is confidential and anonymous, meaning that the information will not be linked to you or your parents. It takes under 10 minutes to complete.
This project has been approved for data collection by Virginia Tech's Institutional Review Board. Your willingness to share information for this study is greatly appreciated. Please feel free to contact the investigator (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions or concerns.
Your Opinion Matters...Brief Survey for SSD
SSD needs student input. We value the opinions, ideas, and talents of our students. Now that the office has moved, we want to move our services into the future and we think students will have amazing contributions. This survey can be confidential, but we will also give you the opportunity to express interest in being contacted about your responses. Your responses or decision not to respond will in no way affect your services and accommodations through SSD. Thank you for taking time to participate!
To access the survey, please click on this link:
If either or both surveys above are not accessible for you, please contact Robyn Hudson at email@example.com and you will be provided an accessible version.
Stemabilities Needs Mentors in Summer Program
STEMABILITY is a college transition program for rising high school seniors with disabilities and their parents. While on the Virginia Tech campus in Blacksburg, Virginia, students will participate in engineering and science learning activities designed to enhance success in the college and work environment. STEMABILITIES needs one male and one female mentor during the program. Mentors are trained, housed, and compensated. For more information Contact Andrea Sharpe and/or visit: http://www.dysmac.me.vt.edu/stemabilityprogram.html.
NAVAIR is Recruiting Students with Disabilities
Last updated: Wednesday, 01-May-2013 13:51:12 EDT
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This page will be regularly updated to keep students informed about paid employment, research, and scholarship opportunities, as well as important announcements and deadlines for students receiving services from SSD. For specific details about particular opportunities, please click on the links provided and direct any questions to the organization providing the employment, research, or scholarship opportunity.