The FULL ACCESS Student Summit was held in Atlanta, GA on April 10-11.
According to COSD (Career Opportunities for Students with Disabilities) Executive Director, Alan Muir, this Student Summit themed “Full Access,” is destined to give students with disabilities “full access” to the corporate ranks. Additional information and resources are available throughout the website, so please review all information and submit your application to attend.
The event organizers turned to Joanne Bradley and her Amramp Atlanta team to provide a wheelchair ramp to provide accessibility to the stage for all participants.
This exclusive event brings together up to sixty college students or recent alumni with disabilities and ten select national and regional employers for a networking and education summit. While FULL ACCESS is not a job fair, it is an opportunity for all participants to develop intentional relationships between students with disabilities and employers that support disability inclusive diversity.
The sponsors included AT&T, Delta Air Lines, Disney, Ernst & Young, General Electric, KPMG, Lowe’s, McKesson, Northrop Grumman, PWC, Texas Instruments, and more.
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