2020 Conference Access Disability Ambassador Application Now Available

Applications are now open for our 2020 Conference Access Initiative with JP Morgan Chase! This scholarship is for people with disabilities who are at least 18 years old and live in the United States of America. Diverse applicants encouraged to apply.

We are currently accepting applications for our Disability Ambassador Scholarship at the following Spring 2020 conferences:

Financial Health Network – EMERGE: May 5-7, 2020 in Atlanta, GA
NeighborWorks Training Institute: May 18-22, 2020 in Los Angeles

Link to the application:

https://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/5408413/Scholarship-Application-2020

Disability Ambassador scholarships include:

  • Paid event registration
  • Paid hotel
  • Paid travel to and from the event
  • Disability accommodations and support

Note: Disability Ambassadors’ perks do not include food (per diem) or daily travel during the event.

2 Black women smiling in front of the WID desk. Luticha is wearing a blue blazer and floral jumpsuit with pink flowers that match her pink wheelchair. Cathy stands next to her, wearing a black and white striped shirt and white pants with a red belt.
WID Disability Ambassadors Luticha (left) and Cathy (right) in front of the WID Disability Concierge Desk at Congressional Black Caucus 2019.

To learn more about our Conference Access Initiative with JP Morgan Chase, visit our Conference Access 2019 page, or our Conference Accessibility main page.

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