DO-IT Pals is an electronic community of teens with disabilities planning for college and careers. They engage with each other, mentors, and DO-IT Staff and learn about useful resources.
What’s expected of DO-IT Pals?
DO-IT Pals come from all over the world. Most activities take place online. DO-IT Pals:
- Log on to the Internet at least once per week.
- Regularly communicate with DO-IT Pals and Mentors.
- Send an email message to the doitpals or doitchat list at least once every two weeks.
- Send greetings to new DO-IT Pals, and other new participants when they are introduced online.
- Use online resources in classes at school (for example, to obtain information to use in class papers, projects, or discussions).
- Attend DO-IT events when possible.
What happens when DO-IT Pals graduate from high school?
A DO-IT Pal who graduates from high school can become a DO-IT Mentor. A DO-IT Mentor helps with program activities, participates in electronic communications, and mentors younger DO-IT participants. DO-IT Mentor Application.
Source: DO-IT Pals Homepage