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UVI Bulletin Board for January/February

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CEU Training Topic: Aging in Place and Assistive Technology The Virgin Islands University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (VIUCEDD) announces its upcoming CEU training, “Aging in Place and Assistive Technology,” on Jan. 31.

Aging in place refers to the ability to grow older in the home we choose, while keeping some level of independence, for as long as we can. The goal for anyone wanting to Age in Place is to support or improve our quality of life. Join us as we introduce Aging in Place and Assistive Technology. In this six-part educational series, we will explore how assistive technology assists aging in place for getting around the home easily, driving safely, transportation, socializing, home upkeep and more.

CEU Training Topic: Aging in Place and Assistive Technology: An Introduction

Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2023

Time: 4 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Zoom: 898 5765 1990

Passcode: 487097

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To register, ask questions, or to receive additional information, contact Gideon Jagrup at 692-4266 or email


Cooks and Volunteers Needed for Afternoon on the Green 2023 Cooks and other volunteers interested in giving to a good cause are invited to participate in the 2023 Afternoon on the Green at UVI’s Orville E. Kean campus on St. Thomas. Contribute your best dish, baked goods, native drinks and other delicacies to share with the community and win prizes! Or lend a helping hand in different areas to support this family-friendly event.

All proceeds go to the Edward Thomas Volunteer Scholarship Fund. To register as a cook, complete the AOTG Cook registration form by March 1.

See this link to the form – https://qrco.de/bdXufR.

For more information or to volunteer, contact kyza.callwood@uvi.edu or call 513-9346. Mark your calendar – Afternoon on the Green 2023 is Sunday, March 19!

SGA Seek Candidates for the 2023-2024 Miss UVI Ambassadorial Competition Are You the Next Miss UVI?

The Orville E. Kean Campus Student Government Association’s Queen Selection Committee is seeking candidates for the 2023-2024 Miss UVI Ambassadorial Competition. To qualify, candidates must be matriculated female students that are not on social or academic probation. They should be a graduating senior and have a grade point average above 2.5.

For more information, contact the SGA Queen’s Committee at sgastt@uvi.edu.

UVI Café on Orville E. Kean Campus Seeking Cashiers, Cooks and Food Service Workers The UVI Café is hiring cashiers, cooks and food service workers to fill positions on the Orville E. Kean Campus on St. Thomas. Applicants are required to have a Health Card from the V.I. Department of Health. Persons interested in the cook positions should have, preferably, one to two years of previous experience. Applicants may stop by the cafeteria to inquire about the positions or to fill out an application. Please email your resume to andrew.gay@uvi.edu.

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