Who We Are

Teach Access is a non-profit working to bridge the accessibility skills gap between education and industry.

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What is the accessibility skills gap?

The gap between the demand for digital accessibility skills in the workplace and the supply of workers who are knowledgeable and skilled in accessibility.

Although the demand is high for these skills, not enough students enter their post-graduation employment having learned about accessibility in their courses.

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What We Offer

Teach Access provides free programs and resources to help students and educators learn the fundamentals of disability and accessibility. 

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Build your skills and knowledge, while learning how to teach accessibility to others.

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Our Impact

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500,000+ Students Reached

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230+ Educational Institutions Engaged

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$350,000+ Funds Awarded

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350+ Curricular Items for Teaching Accessibility

Support Our Mission

Help us reach 1 million students by 2030!

Your support ensures a future workforce with the needed skills to allow everyone equal access to technologies.