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TCNJ Students

Welcome TCNJ Students!!!

Are you a MOTIVATED college student, looking to MAXIMIZE your college experience? Are you PASSIONATE about supporting people with disabilities, and want to DIVERSIFY your experiences and skill-set?

Please explore the opportunities within our Center for Sensory and Complex Disabilities (and those we proudly support) for more information!

STUDENT WORKER/VOLUNTEER POSITIONS

Year-Round Office Administrative Support

In order for us to fulfill our mission, we value the time spent on preparing for the projects within all of our departments.

We are looking for self-directed college students, willing to take initiative and provide administrative support required to maintain our pre-existing and future endeavors.

All available positions will be posted on the TCNJ Website under Student Employment: http://studentemployment.tcnj.edu/

Modify Books/Calendars/Classroom Materials

Often times, books are not always accessible to children with sensory and complex disabilities. Even with all of the pre-existing technology and modification software available, additional adaptations may be necessary to make the book more meaningful to the reader. It is essential to adapt literature to meet the needs of the individual student.
We are looking for motivated, creative college students to help us provide students with disabilities, relevant reading material by modifying the text and/or pictures.
Apply Now!

Stop by our Center for Sensory and Complex Disabilities
School of Education Building, 305 or 307 and introduce yourself!

Conference/Workshops

Throughout the calendar year, CSCD often hosts and partners with state, national and international speakers and organizations. We LOVE when our college students participate in these unique opportunities! We encourage all college students to participate, attend, help us prepare for (flyers, folders, materials, etc.), provide day-of support, campus tours, and fulfill observation requirements.

Apply Now!
Stop by our Center for Sensory and Complex Disabilities
School of Education Building, 305 or 307 and introduce yourself!