The Center for Disability Access and Resources is pleased to support the student organizations listed below. If you interested in joining either of the organizations, please contact the CeDAR office or representative listed below.
Organization: CeDAR Ambassador Leadership Program (CeDAR Ambassadors)
Overview: The CeDAR Ambassadors Program was designed to develop the personal, professional, and leadership skills of CeDAR students. CeDAR Ambassadors assist with recruitment and outreach activities of the center; represent the center during campus-wide activities/events; assist incoming CeDAR participants with the transition to FAMU, and provide volunteer support in the CeDAR office.
Criteria: (1) All students must be registered with the CeDAR; (2) demonstrate an interest in disability issues; (3) undergraduate students must have completed 24 credit hours and have a minimum 2.5 grade point average; graduate students must have completed a minimum of 9 credit hours and earned an overall 3. 0 grade point average. CeDAR Ambassadors are selected in the fall semester. Applications are available at the CeDAR office. Students selected must commit to serving the entire academic year. Eligibility: To continue serving as an Ambassador, students must:
Maintain good standing with the University in relation to the Student Code of Conduct
Be enrolled (At least 6 credit hours during fall and spring terms)
Attend 75% of the schedule events/activities
Must maintain a 2.5 cumulative GPA
Commit to serving the academic year as outlined above