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October 11 Newsletter

October 11, 2022

A Friendly Reminder About Exam Scheduling


Space is filling up quickly for the next round of midterms. We encourage you to submit your exam scheduling requests as soon as possible. Please note, drop-ins are available to you M-F 9a-4p for questions about this process.


Scheduling Instructions for In-Person Exams:

  1. Login to AIM and select the Alternative Testing link (listed under My Accommodations on the left side of the screen).
  2. Select your class from the drop-down menu and click the “Schedule an Exam” button.
  3. Follow the instructions on this page to submit a scheduling request.
  4. Your request will soon be reviewed by a staff member. After review, you will receive an email

either approving your exam request or asking you to contact for troubleshooting.


Take-at-Home Exams:

If your exam is designed to be taken at home utilizing Carmen or other virtual assessment method, then you will not schedule these exams at SLDS. Instead, you will communicate with your instructors about logistics (e.g. applying extended time in Carmen). We strongly recommend that you confirm that your time allotted, availability window, and due date are correct before starting a Carmen quiz. If the quiz settings are incorrect, please reach out to your instructor. If you are having difficulty contacting your instructor, please contact SLDS.


 October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month!

Observed annually in October, National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) celebrates the contributions of America's workers with disabilities. This celebration works to educate people about the issues that workers with disabilities face and how employers can be more inclusive in their hiring practices.

NDEAM’s theme for this year is: “Disability: Part of the Equity Equation,” which recognizes the vital role that people with disabilities play in creating an inclusive workforce.

To learn more visit:

Meet Access Specialist, Stanley!

Originally from Florida, Stanley holds a master’s degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs from The Ohio State University. 

Outside of work, Stanley likes to try new restaurants and listen to music. 

"I am most excited about being a resource for students as they navigate their time at Ohio State."


Integrate is currently recruiting autistic and/or neurodivergent college students!

Integrate is currently recruiting autistic and/or neurodivergent college students graduating between December 2024 and May 2025 for a paid, full-time summer internship with a Fortune 500 Financial Services Company. The position will be hybrid based out of Newark, NJ. 

The Software Engineering Intern will support the Global Technology team. The internship will run from Monday, June 5, 2023, to Friday, August 11, 2023. 

The deadline to apply is Friday, October 14th. Candidates should apply by submitting their resume to the Software Engineering Summer Internship Program posting on the website. 

Upon submission of the resume, candidates will receive an email with the application form. Please submit the application form and requested materials by the specified deadline in the email. 

Email with any questions.  

Integrate works with employers to help them identify, recruit, and retain qualified professionals on the autism spectrum for their specific hiring needs. Our goal is to increase inclusive competitive employment for college graduates with autism.


REMINDER: Workforce Recruitment Program

A Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP) Recruiter will be interviewing students from OSU this fall. WRP helps qualified students and recent graduates with disabilities obtain internships and permanent positions with federal and private employers across the US. WRP seeking college students and recent graduates with disabilities for the Fall 2022 recruitment season. Apply TODAY at for job and internship opportunities! Deadline to register is October 13. For more information, please contact Michelle Salomone at


REMINDER: Two Opportunities for Emerging Leaders with Disabilities

2023 AAPD Paul G. Hearne Emerging Leader Award

Deadline to Apply: October 12, 2022

The American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) will recognize emerging leaders or groups with disabilities who exemplify leadership, advocacy, and dedication to the broader cross-disability community. While the Paul G. Hearne Emerging Leader Awards have previously recognized only two individuals, they have expanded the eligibility status to allow for groups of people working on an initiative to apply for the award.

Apply for the 2023 Paul G. Hearne Emerging Leader Award by Wednesday, October 12, 2022, at 5:00pm ET.


REMINDER: Procter & Gamble: Bold Leaders Scholarship Program!

Procter & Gamble is awarding twenty $10,000 scholarships, together with coveted P&G internships, to top diverse students in STEM-focused curricula who will bring new perspectives to P&G.

The BOLD Scholarship Program Award will include:

  • $10,000 scholarship towards college tuition
  • 10–12-week P&G internship in STEM/technical functions

Eligible students must be:

  • Current undergraduate juniors graduating in Fall 2023 or Spring 2024
  • Currently enrolled in a STEM degree program

For consideration in our first round, students must submit an application and complete P&G’s online assessments. Future finalist rounds will consist of interviews and a short essay component. For more information and the link to apply, see here: