SN Inclusion is opening applications for chapter leads! SN Inclusion provides chapters with extensive and exclusive resources for making their impact on the special needs community. Chapter leads will join a community of expert advisors, renowned researchers, and passionate advocates and get recognition and opportunities for awards. The application is short and simple and is open year-round.
SN Inclusion Chapter Lead Application: https://forms.gle/99JTbi6k8WnKfSXv6
More information about the opportunity: https://tinyurl.com/sninclusion-chapterinfo
Position requirements: a monthly report, onboarding meeting, and attending a meeting with all chapter leads and the SN Inclusion team.
SN Inclusion provides volunteer hours, chapter awards, website accreditation, and unique leadership and speaker opportunities. Every year, we will award a Chapter of the Year (team) and Chapter Lead of the Year (individual). You will receive a certificate as well as recognition on the SN Inclusion website for your awards. All chapter leads will be featured on SN Inclusion’s website.
As a Chapter Lead, SN Inclusion will provide you with resources for the following:
Content Creator Guidelines and Processes
Providing volunteer hours
Networking with neurodiversity advocates from around the world
Speaker opportunities from renowned institutions such as Stanford, Harvard, Duke, and more
Hosting monthly webinars, networking sessions, and events
Tutoring programs following our courses at www.sninclusion.org/slides
To tap into the unique passions, strengths, and abilities of people with special needs. Our vision is to build an online platform to provide CTE (Career Technical Education) training to individuals with special needs towards a pathway to fulfilling, passionate careers.
SN Inclusion provides free career-technical education for individuals with special needs. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in the state of California.
With unemployment rates for individuals with autism being approximately 85%, SN Inclusion’s mission is to tap into the unique strengths, passions, and abilities of special needs individuals to enable them to join the workforce.
SN Inclusion has advisors including board-certified experts on autism (Dr. Jocelyn Y. Pan) and Stanford University professors (Dr. Linda Lotspeich).
The organization has achieved partnerships with local businesses such as the embroidery company Turtleworks, as well as with Friends Coffee and Tea, a Cafe operating under the nonprofit organization Friends of Children with Special Needs (FCSN).
Advocacy & Human Rights
People with Disabilities
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
November 30, 2020
Event Design & Planning
CSR / Volunteer Coordination
Must be in high school or above (college and beyond)