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Jake Bloomfield: Mentoring students with disabilities

Jake Bloomfield: Mentoring students with disabilities

Jake Bloomfield wasn’t thinking of getting a job during his fourth year at Ryerson, but when he heard a new branch of the Tri-Mentoring Program was looking for a head mentor this fall, he immediately knew he wanted the job. The catch was that there was only 48 hours left to apply. “I’m trying to fill out the application, get all […]

by Tristan Simpson· · Arts & Life, Health, students, Top stories
Got a problem? Ryerson support staff likely have the solution

Got a problem? Ryerson support staff likely have the solution

With a portion of your tuition fees going towards student support services on campus, you have every reason to take advantage of what they have to offer. There are thousands of people at Ryerson committed to helping students in many areas — from career tips to math help. The Ryersonian spoke with a few of these unseen heroes and problem-solvers […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Features, News, Top stories
Around Campus: Feb. 10-16

Around Campus: Feb. 10-16

For advocates of diversity: Join the Tri-Mentoring Program as they present Being Disabled at Work: Narratives of Disability in the Workplace. Taking place on Feb. 10 at 3 p.m. in POD 250, the hour-long discussion and Q-and-A will be followed by another hour of group work. Discover ways to empower and promote accessibility for all students around campus. Visiting practitioner Cathy Crowe […]

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