Longhorn TIES (Transition, Inclusion, Empower, Success) within New Student Services is recruiting students for the inaugural cohort of the Neurodiversity Leadership Council. The goals of the Neurodiversity Leadership Council are to improve the neurodivergent student experience on campus by centering neurodivergent student voices in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of neurodiversity-related programs and services, and provide a platform for neurodivergent students to develop leadership and advocacy skills.
Any undergraduate or graduate student who self-identifies as neurodivergent and is in good academic standing with the university is eligible to apply. Neurodivergent students may identify with one of several neurodivergent diagnoses, including but not limited to Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. The selection process consists of an online application and virtual interview. Online Applications are due by midnight CST on Wednesday, January 26.
Click here to apply: https://bit.ly/NDLC-UT