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Creating fully inclusive college opportunities in Colorado for students with intellectual disabilities to foster academic growth, social development, and career advancement.

Students with intellectual disabilities who successfully complete an inclusive, post-secondary education realize a competitive employment rate over 70%,
compared to less than 30% for similar adults with no post-secondary education.

IN!’s Vision

Students with intellectual disabilities will be welcomed on college campuses and allowed to continue their education and preparation for life, as inclusive pathways become part of the fabric of all colleges and universities throughout Colorado.

With your help we can make a difference.
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Latest News

Jazmine, a student receiving inclusive services at Arapahoe Community College, is set to graduate in May 2020. Jazmine's dedication to caring for others has fueled her passion for the nursing field. She currently holds an internship with Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children. Jazmine will graduate with a Nurse Aide Certificate and Comprehensive Higher Education Certificate. Learn more about Jazmine by clicking the link.

Last month we introduced you to Mia, Nick, and Ashley. In May 2020, they will become the first students receiving inclusive higher education services to graduate from UCCS. We spoke with each about their post-graduation plans. Click the link above to hear from them.

In this issue, graduating students share post-graduation plans, ACC students tour UNC and UCCS, IN! celeberates National Disability Employment Awareness Month, and a special thanks to the Harvey Family Foundation.

Employment Coordinators play a critical role in inclusive higher education. They support students in bridging their academic work and the world of work. Joshua Johnson is the Employment Coordinator for UNC GOAL. Check out what his day-to-day work entails.

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