Passport to Possibilities
International opportunities through study or volunteering abroad can have far-reaching benefits. Four people with disabilities share their experiences in this new video. Also learn how the National Clearinghouse on Disability and Exchange, a project sponsored by the U.S. Department of State and administered by MIUSA, can help in preparations.
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People with disabilities share how they navigate other countries when traveling to study, volunteer or professional exchanges in this two minute video.
Discover how international study and volunteer abroad can develop confidence, independence, and career skills for people with disabilities.
Haben Girma says she wouldn't be the same person she is today if she didn't volunteer abroad as a teenager. She is now a lawyer, and has studied abroad and done professional exchanges. Haben is a DeafBlind, first-generation African-American, and reflects about her first international experience.