was established in 2002 with the goal creating leadership opportunities for students and recent graduates with disabilities. These opportunities take the form of internships in a variety of dynamic organizations in and around Washington, D.C. Interns have transportation, housing, and a stipend provided.
works specifically with young people who have learning disability and/or ADHD diagnoses. By providing wrap-around training, including mentoring, and placing students in supported, paid internships, BroadFutures prepares people with disabilities for careers.
provides a list of organizations that have a history of seeking out people with disabilities for internships.
began in 2006 as a way to connect corporations, such as IBM, Google, JP Morgan Chase, and others, with students with disabilities. LimeConnect offers students access to recruiters, internships, and networking through its programs. You can join The Lime Network to access all the available opportunities.
is one of several unique hiring paths offered by the Federal government. Targeted toward students in a variety of education contexts, the internship program is a way to gain experience at a Federal agency.
provides students with the opportunity for Executive Office experience, and prepares them for leadership in public service.
connects students with disabilities to internship possibilities in Federal agencies. The programs uses a network of colleges and recruiters to hire Schedule A eligible students.