Saint Mary’s University is looking for applicants to its Access-Ability program for entrepreneurs with disabilities.

The speaker series, which includes 18 sessions per year, will pay entrepreneurs $50 for their “time, participation and focus,” and cover topics related to both business- and personal-development, as well as asynchronous online content.

To be eligible to participate, applicants must self-identify as having a permanent disability. SMU also offers a 12-month incubator program for eight applicants at a time.

“Access-Ability is a federally funded program that is facilitated by the Arthur. L. Irving Entrepreneurship Centre,” SMU says on its website.

“For those with self-identified disabilities that are interested in starting their own business, the Access Ability Entrepreneurship program offers the guidance, knowledge, and resources for your business to thrive.”

You can learn more about the speaker series here.