This is a really great leadership position that works very closely with Special Olympics Utah to put on some of their biggest events of the year. If anyone is interested in applying for this position, or any other position within the program, please fill out a Volunteer Interest Form on the Bennion Center website. If you are particularly interested in applying to be a co-liaison, please fill out an application and contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Participants will receive a series of hearing tests that involves very little effort on their part and poses very little risk to them at all. Each participant will receive a free hearing exam and will be paid $15/hour.
The Center for Student Wellness is ready to recruit for our 2021-2022 ACES Peer Health Education Scholars Program! We are looking for strong leaders to join our ACES team and we need your help.
The mission of ACES is to empower students to commit to their health and wellness through peer education. ACES are trained as peer health educators and are expected to facilitate on-campus workshops, serve on wellness-related committees, and assist with planning and implementing campus-wide events and health education programs. This is a very special opportunity for students who are passionate about health and wellness, and serving their Utah community.
Eligibility for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly known as Food Stamps) is temporarily expanded to include students enrolled at least half-time in an institution of higher education. The Utah Department of Workforce Services implemented these changes to the eligibility criteria for SNAP (formerly known as Food Stamps) as provided in the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021.
Students must still meet the income guidelines to be eligible—Utah will temporarily add two new student exemptions to the existing list. These temporary exemptions now include any student who is eligible to participate in State or Federally financed work-study. Students can find information about their eligibility to participate in work study in their financial aid award letter. Additionally, the exemptions also include students who have an Expected Family Contribution of $0 will also qualify, if family circumstances have changed since students entered college they can work with their financial aid office to reflect those changes. If students have any questions if they currently meet the new criteria they can contact their financial aid office for clarification, students should get this information in writing to help establish their eligibility. To find out if they meet the income guidelines, students can visit https://www.uah.org/get-help/snap for more information.These important changes were made because of the impact COVID-19 has had on college students, as many campuses have limited work study opportunities because of how the pandemic has changed on campus employment. The new, temporary exemptions are effective immediately and will be in effect until 30 days after the federal COVID-19 public health emergency is lifted.
To learn more about these changes, go to: https://www.fns.usda.gov/snap/students
To see if a family may be eligible for SNAP, use UAH’s SNAP Calculator at: https://www.uah.org/get-help/calculator
To apply for SNAP, go to jobs.utah.gov/mycase