Help make TRU more accessible
People and Culture are looking for people with lived and learned accessibility experience to join our Accessibility Committee.
Committee members may also represent the diversity of TRU including under-served and equity-seeking groups such as, but not limited to, Indigenous Peoples, faith-based groups, 2SLGBTQIA+, new Canadians, persons living in poverty, people of diverse ethnic or cultural origin, seniors, youth and women. The committee is open to staff, faculty and students.
Committee members will work together to inform TRU’s accessibility plan with the goal of making TRU a more accessible and inclusive community—a place of belonging, as affirmed in our vision statement and reflected in our core values. The committee is expected to begin work in September and specifics, such as commitment level, committee size and meeting format, are currently in development.
Registration is now closed. Check back for future opportunities to join or for more information, please contact HumanResources@tru.ca.