Exchange Professionals

You deal with many diverse locations and programs -- now learn how a diversity of people can take part in what you do.

Disability is diversity. If a person with a disability meets the qualifications and is eligible, start with YES! Accept them first and then focus on how to provide reasonable accommodations that make the program accessible. It's about equal opportunity.

By building flexibility into your programs, you meet more people's needs. What works for someone with a disability can benefit others too.

These free services, trainings, and resources are made possible by the National Clearinghouse on Disability and Exchange, a project sponsored by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affiars, U.S. Department of State and administered by MIUSA.