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  • Celebrating 10 years of rebranding disability through achievement

Who We Are

We're a global not for profit organization that's rebranding disability through achievement. We do that by attracting, preparing and connecting high potential university students & alumni who happen to have disabilities for scholarships, internships, The Lime Connect Fellowship Program and full time careers with our corporate partners - the world's leading corporations.

Our partners, who are setting an example for others to follow, include today:

IBM, Google, Goldman SachsBloomberg, JPMorgan Chase & Co.PwC, Unilever and our newest partner, Microsoft, in the U.S., and

BMO, IBMTD, BellCIBC, and our newest partner, Rogers Communications, in Canada.

Lime Blog

Welcome to Lime Connect's blog, The Lowercase d, where we put talent first and disability second!  Join us for helpful career advice, internship and full time job opportunities, to hear personal stories from our Lime Network members, and updates from our corporate partners. Check out our latest blog post below!


Big Law Business: Google Hired a Blind Lawyer and Here's His Story

Update on the post below: Big Law Business liked Jack's story so much, they spent a day at work with him!   Check out this latest article, and video, here.


When Jack Chen walked into an interview with law firm Baker Botts in 2007, he knew he was at a disadvantage in the Big Law world: born blind, Chen has to use assistive technologies to complete his legal work.

“As a young associate at a law firm, you’re judged heavily on form as well as substance,” he said. “In other words, how you format your documents can often be as important as the content. Walking into an interview is really daunting.”

In spite of his apprehension, Chen got the job.

Three years later, when he was interviewing for an in-house spot at Google, he decided to change tactics: “I was kind of tired of hiding and downplaying my disability,” he said.

Chen showed up for the interview with a news article written about his recent completion of the New York City Triathlon. The message was simple enough: Chen could do things others could do, and then some.

“People with disabilities often bring unique aspects to projects, including outstanding problem solving skills,” he said. “They’ve been doing it their whole lives.”

Susan Lang, founding president and CEO of non-profit organization Lime Connect, said companies and law firms often miss out on talent like Chen, who has degrees in computer science from Harvard and Berkeley, in addition to his law degree from Fordham...

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News & Events

The latest news you want to know!

Congratulations to our Lime Connect board chairman, Tom Wilson! Tom has been honored with the prestigious Five o' Clock Club 'HR Hero of the Year' award in the Outstanding Volunteering category for his work with Lime Connect.

Tom was instrumental in Lime’s founding, and has served as Board Chair since 2009.  We would not be here today without Tom’s vision and support, and we're grateful for his continued passion for our mission to connect top talent who happen to have disabilities with leading corporations around the globe. We are proud that his work has been recognized in this way!


Interested in learning more about being a Certified Public Accountant (CPA)? Join PwC on March 30th at 1 PM EST for a virtual field trip! Learn from Cindy Cruz, an experienced accounting professional about what the job entails and what opportunities are available. Log into The Lime Network for additional details. 


  

Are you passionate about identifying and attracting talent? Or helping a firm fully leverage the skills and talents of its team?

PwC has many new talent acquisition and human capital (HR) roles available across the country! Visit The Lime Network for additional details.
 


Do you have a passion for sales? Google is hiring for an Associate Account Strategist, GMS Sales and an Associate Account Strategist, Global Customer Experience role in Ann Arbor, MI. Log into The Lime Network for additional details!


The application for the 2017 Lime Connect Fellowship Program is now open through April 2nd! The highly selective program is open to accomplished rising juniors with disabilities who are attending a 4-year university in the U.S. 

Fellows who are selected will participate in an all-expense paid Leadership & Development Symposium in New York City this summer and receive access to our corporate partners and potential 2018 internships, as well as ongoing professional development, coaching, mentoring and more! 

Visit the Lime Connect Fellowship Program page to learn more and apply!




Applications are open for the 2017 Goldman Sachs Diversity Cornerstones. Goldman Sachs invites current freshman and sophomore to get to know them through a series of programs designed to provide exposure to the numerous career paths available in the financial services industry while honing the skills that will set you up for success as you explore future opportunities. 

View all of the details at The Lime Network


Lime Internship Connection applications are open! Lime Network members in the US have exclusive access to internship opportunities with our corporate partners. 

There are still Summer and Winter 2017 internships available for students, MBAs, and graduates. Deadlines are rolling quickly approaching for many, so we encourage you to apply soon!

Learn more and apply today at The Lime Network!


It was a thrill for Lime Connect to be asked to ring the closing bell on April 29th!  Thanks to the NYSE for the great honor.

Remember to check out The Lime Network for other events and opportunities posted by our partners.

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