You belong in STEM!!!
As someone with a disability, we want to affirm that you DO belong in STEM!
This is a safe space for those with disabilities or chronic illness and for those who
are neurodiverse to seek advice from each other and share resources to
help each other succeed.
Mentorship is vital to being successful in STEM. We are looking for mentors (with disabilities and those without disabilities who are allies) who would be willing to share their experiences and shape the next generation! The first application season has closed.
We are happy to announce that we are working with 45 mentees! Announcements will be made when we are looking to recruit more mentees so stay tuned for more information in the upcoming months!
If you are interested in a field related to healthcare, please check out the mentoring program from Doctors with Disabilities.
Working with Dr. Tanya Harrison, there is a list of scholarships available for those with disabilities in STEM.
Check out our blog section to see some of the real-life stories we have shared so far!
If you want to share your story, feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out this form.
DisabledInSTEM was started by one disabled scientists with the goal of wanting to help make the path more accessible for future generations. This initiative strives make a space for anyone who identifies as disabled, neurodiverse, or chronically ill. The goal is to bring awareness, provide/highlight resources, and create a sense of community.