CAMPUS CLUBS and ACTIVITIES RELATED TO DISABILITY
People Involved Equally (PIE) – a student club with a mission to socialize with adults with developmental disabilities who reside in the community, offering social opportunities, peer support, and assistance in working towards individually-identified goals. Students from all majors and colleges are welcome! This group meets weekly, and a steady commitment is required. Contact faculty advisor, Cheryl Zaccagnini at CHZacc@ship.edu.
Inclusive Basketball – offers opportunities for everyone and anyone to engage in a fun game of basketball regardless of age or ability. A great opportunity to meet people across abilities and have some fun. Inclusive Basketball meets weekly on Saturdays in Henderson Gym. People are welcome to come just once or make a longer commitment. Students from all majors and colleges are welcome! Contact faculty sponsor, Marita Flagler, at email@example.com.
Special Olympics Swimming – trains people with disabilities in swimming. Volunteers can coach, swim as a buddy, and/or offer enthusiastic support. Volunteers do not have to be trained swimmers. Special Olympics meets weekly at Heigis Field House, and volunteers are expected to make a steady commitment. Students from all majors and colleges are welcome! The contacts for Special Olympics swim are Jen Flinchbaugh firstname.lastname@example.org
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Disability Awareness Club – this is a student group in formation which will focus on promoting Disability Awareness and addressing barriers students with disabilities face on campus. Students from all majors and colleges are welcome, and one does not need to have a disability to join. Contact Chrissy Connors: firstname.lastname@example.org
COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES RELATED TO DISABILITY
AYSO VIP Soccer – This is an inclusive soccer league open to players of all ages and abilities. Volunteers can serve as coaches, refs, buddies, trainers, or just play. This is a new opportunity in Shippensburg. For more information, contact Jerry Carbo at email@example.com.
There are many disability-related agencies in the area that could also use volunteers. See the resources page for a listing.