Access U

Access U empowers college students with disabilities to successfully launch their careers. If you’re a current student in a 2 or 4-year college, trade school, or tech program, Access U is the key to unlock your dream job after graduation.

Achieve your goals through Access U’s 3-part program:

One-on-One Coaching

You’ll set career goals and devise competitive job-search strategies with your coach that meet your individual needs.

Peer Network Building

By joining Access U, you’ll be joining a community of career-minded students with disabilities from across the country. Access U offers meetups, members-only webinars, and exclusive networking opportunities with our Role Model Companies.

Competitive Employment Preparation

Our unique curriculum is designed by and for students with disabilities and emphasizes the importance of Disability Pride and self-advocacy. Prepare yourself for competitive internships with one-on-one support, workshops, and self-guided learning on networking, mastering job interviews, self-identifying a disability with confidence, negotiating salaries, and so much more!

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Who is eligible to utilize Access U as a resource?

Any student with a disability that is actively enrolled in a 2- or 4-year university or trade/technical school is eligible to participate in Access U. Students are expected to engage with Access U regularly and commit to enhancing their career development skills.

Is there a participation fee for Access U?

Access U is provided for students free of charge!

I am an employer. How can I help?

We are always seeking engaged corporate volunteers that can spend time with our students to practice their professional skills. You can also connect our students with internship, job, or volunteer opportunities at your company! Fill out the form to be connected with the Access U team.

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