Simply put, we run a mentorship program that changes lives.

A free, online 8-week mentorship program to connect students with disabilities to personal mentors in tech.

If you’re a student living with a visible or invisible disability, or an employee in any part of the tech industry — we welcome you to join our community as a mentee or mentor.

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How does it work?

We match each student with disability with a personal mentor in the tech industry — and let the power of mentorship unfold. ✨

Our goal is to support all our mentors & mentees to kick-off a strong mentoring relationship that lasts and grows beyond the program.

Story-based mentorship pairs
Each mentee is matched with a personal mentor from the industry — based on shared stories, experiences & goals.
Guidance for each mentorship pair
Throughout the program, we guide each mentor-mentee pair to build a productive & invaluable mentoring relationship.
Weekly webinars, articles & speakers
Each week, we discuss specific topics, bring in industry speakers and share written resources for both mentors & mentees.

Our mentor network

Our mentors are role models for the community. They are industry professionals with experience at Fortune 500 companies or local startups.

The Mentorship Curriculum

Over 8 weeks, we cover topics that will help each mentorship pair design a successful future.



Disability Disclosure.

Personal Branding.

Technical Skills.


Navigating opportunities.


Understanding the industry.

Eligibility Criteria

We welcome students living with visible or invisible disabilities. Mentors may or may not have a disability.


You’re eligible to be a mentee if you are:

  • Interested in being a part of the tech industry (computer science, design, marketing, program management, data, hardware, entrepreneurship, etc.)
  • A student living with a visible or invisible disability
  • Based in US or Canada
Join as a mentee


You’re eligible to be a mentor if you are:

  • An industry professional in the tech industry (computer science, design, marketing, program management, data, hardware, entrepreneurship, etc.)
  • Interested in supporting students with disabilities
  • Based in US or Canada
Join as a mentor

Why the disability-community?

“We’ve spent our whole lives innovating to survive in a world that wasn’t built for us. We’re natural problem-solvers.”

Employees with disabilities have higher productivity, more innovative ideas, and are more likely to effectively anticipate change.