Student IRTA/CRTA and Student Special Volunteers
The current ban on the appointment of student IRTAs and Special Volunteers expires on August 15, 2020 and this new policy take effect on August 16.
- Student IRTA/CRTAs and Special Volunteers who are in high school or college may be appointed ONLY if they are able to complete all of their work remotely. Remote activities that may be appropriate for student IRTA/CRTAs or Special Volunteers include assisting in literature reviews, on-line research, data analysis that can be completed remotely, and coding.
- Student IRTA/CRTAs and Special volunteers who are in graduate or professional school may be considered for on-campus work if there is a clear safety plan in place and if approved by the OITE.
- No high school or college students should be appointed to perform on-campus work in an IRP office or lab using other mechanisms (contractor, FTE) until further notice.
This page was last updated on Monday, August 9, 2021