DO-IT Pals are high school students with disabilities who form an electronic community on the Internet. They communicate year-round with each other and with DO-IT Scholars, Ambassadors, Mentors, and staff members. They are supported in their efforts to explore and pursue postsecondary programs and career interests. The World Wide Web is their door to the information and resources they need for success. DO-IT Pals communicate with each other by sending email to email@example.com. They reach the entire group of DO-IT Pals, Scholars, Ambassadors, and Mentors by sending messages to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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DO-IT Campers learn to use the Internet at Camp Courage, MN. DO-IT Pals have been recruited from summer camps where DO-IT offers Internet and college preparation instruction.