Welcome to Disability Mentoring Day Kansas City!
Kansas City Disability Mentoring Day (DMDKC) started over 15 years ago and is part of a nationwide effort to promote career development for students and adult job seekers with disabilities through hands-on career exploration, mentoring, and events featuring sessions on interviewing, resume writing and more.

Each year the month of October is designated as National Disability Employment Awareness Month.  Disability Mentoring Day promotes employment opportunities for all job seekers with disabilities through information and career exploration.

Advance registration is closed.  You may register at the event but some accommodations and the provided free lunch may not be available.  Download and complete the registration form and bring it with you for faster check in.

Attending with a Job Seeker or Student? Please submit your own registration using the link above as seating capacity at events is limited and we need to have a proper head count.

2018 Kansas City DMD Events:

2018 Missouri DMD
Tuesday, October 23
Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation Conference Center
4801 Rockhill Rd., Kansas City, MO

2018 Kansas DMD
Thursday, November 1
MidAmerica Nazarene University, Bell Cultural Events Center
2030 College Way, Olathe, KS

If you are a person with a disability pursuing employment, this event gives you an excellent opportunity to:
  • Increase and enhance your job readiness skills.
  • Network with employers to learn about different types of careers.
  • Visit with service organizations on how they can help you in your job search.
  • Learn about entrepreneurship.

At these events, you are encouraged to make the most of this opportunity by preparing ahead of time.

  1. Professional attire is strongly recommended.
  2. Come with a positive, upbeat attitude.  This is your chance to shine brightly.
  3. Network and meet as many new people as you can.  Networking is a valuable tool when searching for work.
  4. Bring multiple copies of your resume to share.

These events are free of charge to any individual with a disability living in the Kansas City metro area.
Always remember each year to register in advance, by the deadline (when announced), to receive a free lunch.