Note Taking Program
Opportunities for Advancement
Your time as a note taker at UVM will not go unnoticed!
Being a peer note taker provides you pathways for jobs during and after college!
Professional Note Taking
Many classes at UVM have paid Professional Note Takers. By performing well as a quality peer note taker at UVM, you will have a competitive edge to become a paid note taker in the future, at UVM and elsewhere. This position has many benefits.
Professional note takers have flexible hours, the opportunity to sit in on classes they may not have gotten the chance to as a student, use of the Universal Design Technology lab computers, all while getting paid! Needless to say, this is a great position for anyone looking for a job in the area after graduation.
By becoming a Professional Note Taker you will build your credentials and gain even more valuable resume experience. In addition you will begin making professional connections working among individuals who will be able to provide solid references for you for the future.
Federal Work-Study Positions at ACCESS and the Universal Design Technology Lab
Similar to becoming a professional note taker, the ACCESS department is always looking within to hire for open positions. Through the connections you gain as a peer note taker, you will make yourself available for recruitment or hire as a federal work-study student employee at the ACCESS office or the Universal Design Technology Lab.
Both offices work closely together to provide high quality services for students with disabilities at the University of Vermont. If you have an interest in this field, or simply would like a position in a fast-growing department at the University, one of these offices may be a great place for you! We hire on a rolling basis and positions are limited so don't hesitate to submit a resume and application to let us know if you are interested!
Last modified August 26 2012 07:12 PM