juldea: (99 Mooninites)
There is a job opening at the Accessible Education Office at Harvard, which is affiliated but not directly connected to my job in the Adaptive Technology Lab. This job would deal less with the technological side of disability and more with the administrative and student-facing side.

http://www.higheredjobs.com/institution/details.cfm?JobCode=175558789&Title=Accommodations%20Coordinator

If you're going to apply, as well as going through the Harvard site shoot me a copy of your cover letter and resume, and I'll make sure they get to the right people.
juldea: (99 Mooninites)
There is a job opening at the Accessible Education Office at Harvard, which is affiliated but not directly connected to my job in the Adaptive Technology Lab. This job would deal less with the technological side of disability and more with the administrative and student-facing side.

http://www.higheredjobs.com/institution/details.cfm?JobCode=175558789&Title=Accommodations%20Coordinator

If you're going to apply, as well as going through the Harvard site shoot me a copy of your cover letter and resume, and I'll make sure they get to the right people.
juldea: (joco close)
Odd day. I overslept Harvard-work completely and spent the next several hours in a haze of odd dreaming and resetting the alarm until I noticed it was only a few minutes until I had to wake up for TTC-work and finally fully awoke.

(In my dream I had been taking a bus to the airport to go on a vacation, but ended up falling asleep on the bus and not getting off at the airport but rather staying on it as it traveled a different route to a military-industrial complex in the suburbs. There I wandered around with a high school field trip group until I took a wrong turn and ended up in the apartment of the owner/CEO/HMFIC of the complex, which was built right into some machinery. He met me there - a conglomeration of Bill Gates and Mr Mathis - and attempted to seduce me despite his marraige. I was flattered but resisted, and at some point realized that I had probably by that time missed the flight I had originally gone to the airport for, and tried to figure out how to get back to the airport or to get a flight closer to where I was. At some point the whole high-school group came back, and the chaperone said, "Isn't this a bit much for a 17-year-old to figure out on her own?" and I glared at her and announced haughtily, "I'm 28!" Then they all took up a collection to help me pay for my new flight out. Dream interrupted by final alarm that woke me up.)

Got to work, and have just been spending the day in a haze. I'm not necessarily tired, I'm just not all here. I forgot to eat the breakfast I had packed, forgot to email my Harvard-work boss to tell her I hadn't shown (I work in an off-site lab on campus), spent the entire day without chatting on the internets, and generally have been detached. I wonder how tonight will go.
juldea: (joco close)
Odd day. I overslept Harvard-work completely and spent the next several hours in a haze of odd dreaming and resetting the alarm until I noticed it was only a few minutes until I had to wake up for TTC-work and finally fully awoke.

(In my dream I had been taking a bus to the airport to go on a vacation, but ended up falling asleep on the bus and not getting off at the airport but rather staying on it as it traveled a different route to a military-industrial complex in the suburbs. There I wandered around with a high school field trip group until I took a wrong turn and ended up in the apartment of the owner/CEO/HMFIC of the complex, which was built right into some machinery. He met me there - a conglomeration of Bill Gates and Mr Mathis - and attempted to seduce me despite his marraige. I was flattered but resisted, and at some point realized that I had probably by that time missed the flight I had originally gone to the airport for, and tried to figure out how to get back to the airport or to get a flight closer to where I was. At some point the whole high-school group came back, and the chaperone said, "Isn't this a bit much for a 17-year-old to figure out on her own?" and I glared at her and announced haughtily, "I'm 28!" Then they all took up a collection to help me pay for my new flight out. Dream interrupted by final alarm that woke me up.)

Got to work, and have just been spending the day in a haze. I'm not necessarily tired, I'm just not all here. I forgot to eat the breakfast I had packed, forgot to email my Harvard-work boss to tell her I hadn't shown (I work in an off-site lab on campus), spent the entire day without chatting on the internets, and generally have been detached. I wonder how tonight will go.
juldea: (braid)
I just emailed my former bosses at the Harvard ATL* and asked them if they needed extra part-time help now that the school year has started. If their wishes line up with my desires, here, then on the days I work 12p-8p at TTC I would go in to the ATL from 8:30a-11:30a first. 12-hour days, yeah. But also an extra $100ish a week, which I think I need.

*Huh, in LJ history I have no post ever explaining that job or when I got it... weird. It was a temp thing I did at the end of 2006/early 2007. The Harvard Adaptive Technology Laboratory, where basically class materials were reformatted to fit special needs students. The large majority of this is putting textbook scans through optical character recognition programs and then cleaning up the results. The environment is nice, laid-back, and friendly, and basically it means going through and reading textbooks and editing their bad scans. I liked it a lot. I have been wondering lately what I could do outside of the TTC for extra income, and asking them if they need PT help again is at the top of that list.
juldea: (braid)
I just emailed my former bosses at the Harvard ATL* and asked them if they needed extra part-time help now that the school year has started. If their wishes line up with my desires, here, then on the days I work 12p-8p at TTC I would go in to the ATL from 8:30a-11:30a first. 12-hour days, yeah. But also an extra $100ish a week, which I think I need.

*Huh, in LJ history I have no post ever explaining that job or when I got it... weird. It was a temp thing I did at the end of 2006/early 2007. The Harvard Adaptive Technology Laboratory, where basically class materials were reformatted to fit special needs students. The large majority of this is putting textbook scans through optical character recognition programs and then cleaning up the results. The environment is nice, laid-back, and friendly, and basically it means going through and reading textbooks and editing their bad scans. I liked it a lot. I have been wondering lately what I could do outside of the TTC for extra income, and asking them if they need PT help again is at the top of that list.

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