Opportunities Available for
Spring & Fall

The Disability Resource Center has practicum positions available for graduate students in the student personnel and higher education program who are looking to receive practical experience while working with students with disabilities. Interested students will learn various aspects of the Disability Resource Center.

Time Commitment:

Fall Semester: Formal Practicum – 10 hours/week

Spring Semester: Informal Practicum – 5-10 hours/week

DRC Outreach Practicum

DRC Supervisor: Beth Roland

The DRC outreach practicum student will work on several outreach projects and initiatives within the DRC during their practicum.
Outreach projects will include:

  • 50% – Assisting DRC outreach staff with the development of disability outreach and training presentations to educate students, faculty, and staff, educated on disability issues and how to champion accessibility in their respective areas. These trainings and presentations will be designed to promote an accessible and inclusive UF community through advocacy, education, and support.
  • 30% – Assisting DRC outreach staff with planning the DRC Ambassador training, assisting with planning the ambassador leadership retreat, assisting with creating recruitment materials and a recruitment plan, and meeting bi-weekly with the Ambassador leaders for planning.
  • 20% – Outreach and Tabling – Assisting DRC outreach staff by attending tabling events and representing the DRC to share with students and UF community members about the office and how to connect with the DRC.

  • SPHE Graduate Assistant

    DRC Supervisor: Beth Roland

    The Disability Resource Center has a paid, Graduate Assistant position available for graduate students in the student personnel and higher education program who are looking to receive practical experience while working with students with disabilities. Interested students will learn various aspects of the Disability Resource Center.

    Time Commitment: fall and spring semesters – 20 hours a week.