AccessComputing Seeks Students in Computing Fields
Funded by the National Science Foundation, AccessComputing provides opportunities for students to learn about resources, locate internships and other work experiences, participate in events, secure tutoring for computing classes, develop disability disclosure and accommodation strategies, and network with peers and mentors.
The AccessComputing project is recruiting high school, community college, undergraduate, and graduate students pursuing computing careers. The AccessComputing student team member application is available online online. For more information, contact AccessComputing.
AccessComputing and DO-IT share resources to help students with disabilities succeed in school and their career. Check them out!
- Choose Computing encourages high school students with disabilities to pursue computing and IT careers. There, you’ll find profiles of successful computing students and professionals who happen to have disabilities and resources to learn more about careers in computing.
- Watch the video How Can We Include Students with Disabilities in Computing Courses? With the increasing demand for computing professionals, it’s important that students with disabilities are included in computing courses.
- To explore programming, consult the Quorum tutorial, which is accessible.
- Our Scholarship listings have something for all types of students, disabilities, and interests. You can find scholarships by disability, due date or other criteria.