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Loud, Proud & Passionate!® T-shirt Campaign Launches

All profits will support Mobility International USA’s (MIUSA) Women’s Institute on Leadership and Disability (WILD), our signature women’s leadership training program. This highly selective, intensive three-week training brings together women with disabilities from around the world to share their experiences and strategies, build skills, and strengthen networks of support. 

We have raised the majority of the funding we need for WILD 2016. This t-shirt campaign is the final push that will bring us to our fundraising goal!

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If It's Your Dream, It's Achievable

New videos highlight the experiences of four individuals with disabilities on their opportunity to travel to the U.S. for university study. Whether it's being selected to receive a Fulbright student scholarship or enrolling directly in a U.S. university - these newly released videos show not only the pathways to get to the U.S. but the cultural, personal, and educational benefits of the experience. Four individuals with different disabilities share about accessibility they found on U.S. campuses, and skills they learned when living far from home.

Two women, one standing and one in a wheelchair, in a park; CIEE and MIUSA logo

Study Abroad Scholarships for U.S. Students with Disabilities Honor ADA

The Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) pledged to provide 25 "Access the World" scholarships for U.S. college students with disabilities to study abroad in partnership with Mobility International USA (MIUSA). The scholarships are part of CIEE’s commitment to the Generation Study Abroad™, a five-year initiative of the Institute of International Education (IIE), which strives to double the number of U.S. students studying abroad by 2020. Now, only 5 out of the 25 scholarships remain! U.S. undergraduate students with diverse disabilities may apply for select CIEE programs in summer 2016. Deadline: April 15, 2016.

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International Women's Day 2016

From the very beginning 35 years ago, empowering women with disabilities has been a top priority within the work we do at MIUSA. Despite being one of the most marginalized populations in the world who experience double discrimination, women with disabilities offer tremendous leadership and the ability to transform communities.

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Apply to be a MIUSA Intern

Internship Opportunity - Fall 2018

Does your dream career involve human rights, disability rights or women’s empowerment? Do you have an interest or experience in cross-cultural exchange and working with diverse populations? We are a dynamic, disability-led organization seeking an intern to contribute their research and communication skills to our team. People with disabilities are encouraged to apply!