AccessComputing Team members

  • engage in an online community of peers and mentors to help guide you through transitions to college, graduate school, and employment
  • receive information from AccessComputing staff about paid internships, research experiences, and other work-related opportunities
  • attend AccessComputing events and activities communicate with professionals in computing fields
  • are eligible to receive funding to attend professional conferences or for tutoring

College and graduate students with disabilities in the United States are eligible.

To apply, please complete the following form. Once your form is submitted, you’ll be sent an audio/visual release and a parental permission form (if you're under 18) to sign and return. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis.

A print version of this application is also available. 

Contact Information


Biographical Information


Academic Background

Currently enrolled in:



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Why are you interested in AccessComputing?

Write a paragraph or two explaining why you are interested in participating in AccessComputing mentoring and career development activities, and how participation will help you reach your career goals. Include school honors, extracurricular and community activities, work-related experiences, and any other relevant information about yourself.

Paste your response in the box below, or upload it (.doc, .docx, or .pdf).

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Provide the name and email address of a teacher, faculty member, or someone who has worked with you closely. 

Participation Agreement

As a member of AccessComputing, you must actively communicate with AccessComputing staff, peers, and mentors. To remain on the AccessComputing Team and to be eligible for work-related opportunities, such as internships or other paid positions, you must be an “active participant.” As an “active participant,” you are expected to:

  • Log on to your email account at least once per week and read and respond to email messages.
  • Notify AccessComputing staff of any changes in your contact information, or your ability to participate in AccessComputing internships and activities. 

Although we will work with AccessComputing Team members to plan and initiate disclosure of their disabilities to potential employers, schools, or other organizations in conjunction with AccessComputing activities, your disability may be disclosed or implied.

DO-IT may request a criminal background check of program participants. Applicants must report any past convictions to DO-IT at the time of application and any further charge or conviction at the time it occurs.

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