Staff enrichment

12 September 2001 |

Human Resources

CALS Project seeks volunteer tutors
The CALS Project provides one-to-one tutoring for campus employees who seek help to improve their writing, speaking, reading and math skills.

If you like to teach (or would like to try it), and you can spare one to two hours per week at times and locations convenient to you, this program is for you. Tutor training starts Sept. 19 for those with limited teaching experience. An abbreviated orientation is provided for experienced tutors.

Contact coordinator Jane Griswold at or call 643-5280.

See, for information.

CARE Services

Diversity Video Series: Homophobia in the Workplace
Sept. 18, noon-2 p.m., Tang Center, Education Center
No enrollment required.

Living with Chronic Pain or Illness
Sept. 25, noon-1 p.m., Tang Center, Education Center
Social worker Stacy Taylor, author of the book,“Living Well with a Hidden Disability,” will speak. No enrollment required.

Workers’ Compensation and Vocational Rehabilitation
Risk Management or Workers’ Compensation: Who Ya Gonna Call?
Sept. 26, 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Learn which resources are available when an accident occurs, what to do if you are confused about the proper procedure, how to file a claim, and which office to notify. Enroll online at


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