Scholarships, Internships & Job Opportunities

Check out these exciting opportunities for students with disabilities:
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Rising Leaders Mentoring Program

The U.S. Business Leadership Network is currently recruiting college students and recent graduates with disabilities to apply for the 2018
 Rising Leaders Mentoring Program and Rising Leadership Academy.
 
The Rising Leaders Mentoring Program and the Rising Leadership Academy connect college/university students and recent graduates with disabilities to experienced professionals, from USBLN member companies, for supportive relationships and sessions focused on providing insights into effective job search and career development strategies. An average of 85% of USBLN mentees are employed since the inception of the 2013 program. USBLN is currently accepting applications for both programs!
 
The deadline is Monday, December 18th. If you are a college student or recent graduate with a disability that is interested in and has questions about transitioning into the business sector, we encourage you to apply for either program.
 
To apply:   
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2018RLIapplication
 
For questions & support, go to the website or contact Keri Gray at keri@usbln.org.

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Empoly

Empoly is a new resource for stiudents and graduates with disabilities who are looking for a job. After you've applied to one of their partner organizations, Empoly will highlight your application for the hiring team.
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Elastic Band Co. Scholarship

The Elastic Band company is offering scholarships for minority students and students with disabilities in the field of fashion and/or entrepreneurship. The deadline is March 31, 2018.
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College Funding for Students with Disabilities

For a list of potential financial resources, please take a look at DO-IT's website:
http://www.washington.edu/doit/college-funding-students-disabilities
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AccessComputing, a National Science Foundation funded project, aims to increase the participation of people with disabilities in computing careers. AccessComputing has funding for undergraduate students with disabilities to participate in summer research internships. 
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