As a young person with disabilities, thinking through your travel plans beforehand can help you get around more safely and independently. This resource provides tips on using public transportation, buying a car, and more.
"What I've learned out of life is this: Forgiveness opens up your heart so it can receive more love."
"I was eager to meet and converse with my peers and key leadership throughout the country. It is very important to give folks that may not normally interact the opportunity to do so."
"My advice is to get involved with Year Up or a program like it."
"I hope more youth will take a close look at their communities and see what problems are bothering them and then fix them."
"My ancestors fought for me to have a way of life to live for. So I honor them by holding on to our language and tradition as much as possible."
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Check out these tips and resources that can help you apply, pay for, and complete college.
Get connected to internships, speaking engagements, conferences, and other opportunities!
We’re all online almost all the time. Most of us use personal information like social security or credit card numbers online as well. It’s important to know how to protect that information in a real way. If you’re interested in a career in cybersecurity, start developing your skills today!
The Workforce Recruitment Program for College Students with Disabilities (WRP) helps talented college students and recent graduates with disabilities find summer or permanent jobs. Learn more about the program and how you can get involved.
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This website provides links to multiple hotlines, websites, and other resources for youth who are struggling with mental health issues and substance abuse.
Abusing prescription drugs can be more dangerous than you think. Learn what to do if you think you or a friend might be addicted to prescription medication.