The TAPDINTO-STEM Alliance is committed to increasing the success of students with disabilities in post-secondary education and their transition to the workforce.


Hosted by TAPDINTO-STEM’s West Coast Hub, the University of Washington’s DO-IT Center (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology) serves to increase the participation of individuals with disabilities in challenging academic programs and careers.

Visit DO-IT’s YouTube page for additional media or their website for more information.

The launch webinar for the TAPDINTO-STEM Alliance offers an overview of the project, including objectives, organizational structure, and progress, an introduction to our partners, as well an in depth look at the Bridge Mentoring Model which guides our program to support students with disabilities.

View the Launch Webinar

The TAPDINTO-STEM Alliance hosted a nationwide panel and discussion regarding best practices and helpful tips for mentoring postsecondary students with disabilities.

View the Mentoring Webinar

Our latest blog posts

Group photo on final day of convening

View the news release from National Institute of Health

Accessible Technology for All

Mentorships to Credit First-Gen Achievements

TAPDINTO-STEM Mentoring Model

The primary intervention of TAPDINTO-STEM is Bridge Peer Mentoring for students with disabilities by peers and STEM faculty and professionals. Additionally, National electronic mentoring will complement the Bridge Peer Mentoring Model.

Learn more from the Faculty Mentor Cluster Manual

Faculty Mentor Manual
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The Association on Higher Education and Disability is the leading professional membership association for individuals committed to equity for persons with disabilities in higher ed.

The Americans with Disabilities Act protects People with Disabilities from Discrimination.

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The National Council on Disability is an independent federal agency committed to disability policy leadership.

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