DO-IT is people helping people achieve success
DO-IT is a community of people with and without disabilities with a common goal of academic and career success for everyone regardless of disability.
- DO-IT Scholars - high school students participating in summer study sessions, internships, and a supportive electronic community with mentors.
- DO-IT Pals - teens with disabilities supported in pursuing college and careers by DO-IT staff and mentors.
- DO-IT Ambassadors - scholar graduates who are now in college and careers and sharing their experiences in an electronic community with DO-IT Scholars and Pals.
- AccessSTEM Team - students with disabilities and their mentors, all pursuing degrees and careers in science technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
- AccessComputing Team - students with disabilities and their mentors, all pursuing degrees and careers in computing fields.
- DO-IT Mentors - adults, most with disabilities themselves, who support DO-IT Scholars, Ambassadors, and Pals, and other participants as they transition to college, careers, and self-determined lives.
- DO-IT Volunteers - volunteers support DO-IT programs and operations in a variety of ways, from behind-the-scenes to leading a workshop.
- DO-IT Parents - parents of DO-IT participants who support one another and share resources and strategies for helping children with disabilities to college careers and self-determined lives.
- DO-IT Staff - the dedicated folks who work at DO-IT.
- Sheryl Burgstahler, DO-IT Founder and Director.