The following Ambassadors began participating in DO-IT as Scholars in 1995. They continue to pursue college and career goals and encourage younger DO-IT Scholars and Ambassadors.
Earned a Bachelor's degree in information technology and a minor in scientific and technical communications from the University of Minnesota-Crookston. Pursuing a career in assistive technology. Currently working on an AmeriCorps project.
Helps build steel and Toyota pick-ups.
Attention Deficit Disorder, learning disability
Works in a technical support position at Diamond Multimedia.
Died of complications from pneumonia in 1996. Had a strong desire to go to college and open his own computer drafting business.
Plans to attend Shoreline Community College.
Finishing up a degree at Eastern Washington University.
Studied architecture, carpentry, and fish and wildlife at Highline Community College.
Earned a Bachelor's degree in therapeutic recreation from Southern Illinois University. Pursuing a Master's of social work at Grand Valley State in Grand Rapids, MI, and working with AmeriCorps.
Attended Boise State University.
Earned a degree in social services at Central Washington University and works as a state advocate for people with disabilities. Member of the Washington State Developmental Disability Council and Self Advocates in Leadership.
Works at Washington Energy and plans to attend a community college to pursue a degree in manufacturing.
Attended Spokane Falls Community College and has a full-time job in a door shop making doors.
Earned a Bachelor's degree in biology from Whitman College and a Bachelor's degree in speech and hearing sciences. Completed an Au.D. degree at the University of Washington and is now working as a pediatric audiologist at Children's Hospital in Seattle.
Attended the University of Washington with interests in technical communication.
Earned a Bachelor's degree in public relations with a minor in political science from Arizona State University. Working for State Farm Insurance.
Attended Southern Oregon University.
Spinal cord injury, Quadraplegia
Renal failure and hearing loss
Attended Columbia Basin Community College.
Completed a degree in web design and a degree in web administration. Now works part-time as a Web Accessibility Specialist for DO-IT and as a disability advocate.