Students invited to join Learning Unlimited program
Looking for an opportunity to make a difference and/or complete your required community service hours? Consider joining Learning Unlimited, an educational program that promotes an inclusive learning community at Salve Regina by fostering an accessible and welcoming environment for people with developmental disabilities.
Learning Unlimited creates opportunities for undergraduate students and people with developmental disabilities to learn from each other through education, recreation and socialization.
This year’s Learning Unlimited program is titled “Skills for Living and Working.” Through multiple weekly workshop options, participants will engage in a process of self-discovery and heightened self-awareness, and will explore career paths that inspire them.
Learning Unlimited is well suited for students majoring in business, education, nursing, psychology, social work or sociology and anthropology, and may be taken for credit.
Students who are interested in Learning Unlimited are encouraged to attend an information session at 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 25 in McAuley Hall, Room 105. For more information, contact Michele Banks at email@example.com or (401) 862-0403.