Forever in My Heart Foundation Seeks Student Trainers for Service Dogs

The Forever in My Heart Foundation is a non-profit organization based in Middletown that rescues dogs and trains them to be service animals for disabled United States veterans. Shona Kerr, Adjunct Professor of Physical Education and Head Coach of Squash, is working with the foundation to start a club on campus that will provide students with the opportunity to train dogs as service animals to be placed with veterans who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or mobility issues. More information about the program can be found in this article that was recently published in the Wesleyan Argus.

If you are interested in helping found this club, or if you are interested in learning more about the Forever in My Heart Foundation, please get in touch with Coach Kerr at, or fill out this form to explain why you would like to join.



Learn about the Accessibility and Accommodation Process with the Student Accessibility Interns 9/29

Drop/Add is over~~ This event is for anyone who is curious about learning about a resource that can potentially help with your journey at Wesleyan! 

Curious about accessibility services? Want to learn about the accommodation process? Do you want to learn how to support your peers? 

Come learn about the accessibility and accommodation process with the Student Accessibility Interns on September 29th at 4:30-5:30 pm at Usdan 136. A peer advisor and peer technology specialist will be at the event if you have questions about accessibility that they can help with. This event is for the purpose of helping understand the accommodation process and is open to anyone who is interested in learning. Come learn for yourself, learn to support a friend or a classmate, learn to advocate for fair accommodations,or just meet us! There will be resources available at the event to grab.  Feel free to come and go at any time!