The following Ambassadors began participating in DO-IT as Scholars in 2000. They continue to pursue college and career goals and encourage younger DO-IT Scholars and Ambassadors.
Senior at the University of Washington studying political science. Completed three internships at the Department of Defense. Participated in a web accessibility workshop.
Attends Eastern Oregon University, majoring in education.
Earned an associate's degree from Wenatchee Valley College. Attends Central Washington University and is majoring in public relations.
Mild static encephalopathy and patella femoral syndrome
Graduated with a degree in political science from the University of Washington.
Graduated with honors with a degree in political science from University of Oklahoma. Currently is a partner at a hedge fund in New York.
Earned a bachelor's degree in architectural studies. Currently works as CAD drafter and architectural assistant.
Self-advocacy presenter through People First at Arc.
Graduated from Washington State University with a degree in political science.
Attends Gonzaga University in Spokane, WA, working on a master's degree. Married with a little girl, Lily, who is almost two.
Earned bachelor's degree from Central Washington University in information technology and administrative management. Works at Nordstrom as the help desk knowledge manager and training coordinator.
Earned a bachelor's degree in social work from Eastern Washington University. Works at Guide Dogs for the Blind in San Francisco.
Earned a certificate in culinary arts from North Seattle Community College.
Dyslexia and other learning differences
Received certificates in writing and directing for camera and digital filmmaking from Shoreline Community College. Director of photography on several short films and was videographer at Camp Nor'wester.
Attends Yakima Valley Community College studying computer engineering and website design.
Earned bachelor's degree in social work from Eastern Washington University. Has a son.