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Presenters for Joining Hands Virtual Symposium session on "Innovation and Impact" included NCDE's Externs (pictured bottom row, left to right): Sheila Xu, Johna Wright, and Bobbi-Angelica Morris. Also pictured (top row): MIUSA staff Johileny Merán, ASL interpreter Jan, and MIUSA staff Justin Harford.

Be an Access to Exchange Extern - Applications Open for Summer '21!

The National Clearinghouse on Disability and Exchange (NCDE) is offering opportunities to become an Access to Exchange Extern for alumni of both inbound and outbound international exchange programs.

Through the NCDE Externship, you can help promote the message to more people with disabilities about access to all types of international exchange programs, such as studying and volunteering abroad, by carrying out a virtual outreach activity in your local community. 

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Speakers Needed for Inaugural Access to Exchange Summer Institute (AESI)

NCDE's Access to Exchange Summer Institute (AESI) is a course designed to spark the travel bug in youth with disabilities and to prepare them for whatever challenges they might find in their international journey! Be a part of the 1st cohort of speakers to mentor the next generation and set them on the right path to meaningful engagement with the world through international education. 

What are we looking for?

We would like speakers for the following categories and topics.