Voices of Lime: The intersecting identities of veteran and disability

Join Lime Connect and Maureen Elias, a veteran advocate and a veteran with a disability herself, as she moderates a panel discussion with Lime Connect’s veteran Network members who live with disabilities.  During this discussion, we will explore how disability intersects with a person’s military identity and how this intersection impacts a veteran’s approach to disclosure, networking, career search, and work in general.

Date: Tuesday, November 16th | 12:00 PM EST
Virtual via Zoom | Live captioning available

Moderator: Maureen Elias, Veteran Advocate


  • Chanitra Bell, Manager-Cybersecurity, Privacy & Forensics, PwC
  • Jeff Deickman, Manager-Veteran & Military Affairs, University of Colorado (Colorado Springs)
  • Richard Brookshire, Co-Founder, Black Veterans Project

Register for the webinar

This event is open to the public to join.  Help us spread the word by sharing with your networks

LGBTQ2S+ Community Group – First Meeting

Lime Connect is hosting a community group for LGBTQ2S+ Network Members, and we are excited to have those of you who identify as LGBTQ2S+ to join us! This monthly group will be a space for members to share and connect, and it is an opportunity to build community with other Lime Network Members who are LGBTQ2S+. At our first meeting, we will have a chance to get to know each other, discuss ground rules, and schedule future meetings.

Join our first meeting Thursday, November 11th at 8 pm EST (Today!)

Please register using the same email address as your Lime Network Profile. This event is for Network members ONLY.

Join or log in to the Lime Network to register

Goldman Sachs Veteran’s Integration Program & Neurodiversity Hiring Program

Aimed at supporting military personnel transitioning to the civilian workforce, the Goldman Sachs Veteran’s Integration Program (VIP) serves as a cornerstone experience for candidates looking to explore what their career within the firm could look like.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Military separation date between January 2019 – December 2022
  • Minimum of one year of military service
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Open to both enlisted and commissioned personnel

Deadline to apply: Sunday, November 21 at 11:59pm ET

2022 Goldman Sachs Neurodiversity Hiring Initiative

The Neurodiversity Hiring Initiative is an eight-week paid internship program for people who identify as neurodiverse* and aims to empower and integrate neurodiverse people into our workplace. In our third year of the program, we are offering roles in our Compliance, Engineering and Operations divisions.
Event Date: April 4 – May 27, 2022

Eligibility Requirements: Applicants should identify as neurodivergent (including written diagnosis) and have a Bachelor’s Degree; work experience is not required.

Deadline to apply: Wednesday, December 15 at 11:59 p.m. EST

Join or log in to the Lime Network to learn more

Microsoft Ability Hiring Event

Upcoming Ability Hiring Event at Microsoft – you do not want to miss out! 

November 17th – Full-time opportunities in software engineering available!

 Join or log in to the Lime Network to learn more

Apply for The 2022 Google Lime Scholarship!

The 2022 Google Lime Scholarship application is LIVE and open to current undergraduate, graduate, and Ph.D. students with disabilities* who are pursuing Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or closely related degrees. Recipients will receive a monetary award for the 2022-2023 academic year ($10,000 USD for those studying in the US and $5,000 USD for those studying in Canada). Scholars will also be invited to attend a Google Lime Scholars gathering in Summer 2022 and be considered for internship opportunities with Google.

Application Deadline: Sunday, December 12th, 2021, at midnight PST / 3 am EST

If this scholarship is not a match for you, we encourage you to share with current students with disabilities who may be eligible!

Learn more and apply

Interested in sharing your experience with disability and race?

Support our series of panel discussions focused on intersectionality to help us all better understand the experiences of our current and prospective Network members who live with disabilities and other intersecting identities.

We are currently looking for panelists from the Lime Network who want to speak about their experiences with disability and race.

If you are interested in potentially sharing your experiences during a public panel discussion, please reach out to Rene at rene.forsythe@limeconnect.com– in your email, please indicate your name, disability, and your other identity/ identities that you would like to speak about.

Email us to join an upcoming panel

Hot Roles & Opportunities

Our partners have numerous opportunities posted for professionals and students from internships and entry-level to senior roles! Log into your Lime Network account, check them out, and apply today.

If you apply for any roles, please list Lime Connect as your referral source and contact recruiting@limeconnect.com to let us know so we can support your application!

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