Glendon Accessibility Services And Student Services are happy to announce a new pilot project: Accessibility Peer Mentors (APM)
About Accessibility Peer Mentors
APMs are upper-year students registered with accessibility services who are familiar with the academic accommodations process. Their roles as APMs is to help other students find the support and services they are looking for, help navigate the procedures, and provide some guidance.
You can connect with an accessibility peer mentor in a few different ways:
- drop by the kiosk ( centre of excellence)
- office hours: drop-in or appointment basis
Who are your accessibility peer mentor?
My name is Carli and I’m a second year student pursuing an Honours Bachelor of Arts in English and French. Influenced by my experiences as both an alpine and water ski instructor, I am interested in potentially pursuing a career in teaching at the secondary level. Wanting to have a constant soundtrack to my life, I can’t live without my headphones.
Kiosk/office hours: Thursday from 12- 3 pm
My name is Lile, I am a fourth year psychology major! In my free time I enjoy reading, baking and getting to know new people! My future aspirations include continuing forward with my studies and pursuing a potential career in social work. Due to my passion for reading, one thing I cannot live without is my books!
Kiosk/office hours: Friday from 12-3 pm