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The PACE Program connects students and jobseekers with disability, mental health condition or chronic illness with a mentor from one of our member organisations who has advice and wisdom to share. During the 4-month program, the mentor and mentee will meet fortnightly to work on the mentee’s career goals, resume writing, interview techniques, and confidence building.
The North Terrace Campus of the University of Adelaide can be daunting, especially if you are disabled, chronically ill, have mental health conditions or are neurodiverse.
The Dylan Alcott Foundation Scholarship was established to support individuals living with a disability to complete university studies, gain confidence and fulfill their potential on an equal basis to others.
Applications for the 2024 Alastair McEwin Scholarship are now open. More information can be found on the University’s Scholarship website
Applications for scholarships are open to students with disabilities undertaking post-secondary education and residing in South Australia in 2024.
International Day of People with Disability is the 3rd of December.
Applications for the paid 2024 Summer Clerkships program are now open to all law students, with preference being given to those with no more than one year remaining of their studies.
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