Engage in Student Programs

  • Join the AccessComputing Team
    High school, college, and graduate students with disabilities can connect with mentors and professionals to learn about internships and other opportunities in computing fields.
  • Join the AccessSTEM Team
    High school, college, and graduate students with disabilities learn about internships and opportunities in STEM fields, and connect with mentors and professionals. 
  • Join DO-IT Pals
    An online community for teens with disabilities planning for college and careers. DO-IT Pals engage with each other, mentors, and DO-IT staff.
  • Join DO-IT Mentors
    College students, postsecondary faculty, and professionals share wisdom and experience in this online community.
  • Join DO-IT Scholars
    Washington state high school students with disabilities interested in pursuing college and careers attend Summer Study sessions, held during two consecutive summers at the University of Washington, and connect with DO-IT staff and each other throughout the year. 
  • Join Neuroscience for Neurodiverse Learners (NNL)
    NNL features a year-round program and a more intensive summer program, both of which focus on college-preparation and promote STEM fields. This program is for high school sophomores, juniors, or seniors in the United States who have an interest in STEM and identify as neurodiverse learners.
  • Participate in DO-IT Disability Mentoring Day
    Seattle-area young people with disabilities are matched with mentors during this annual event.