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Achieve Ability is a mentorship opportunity for aspiring professionals with disabilities.


The Achieve Ability program is a mentorship opportunity for aspiring professionals with disabilities to connect and interact with executive leaders at Old National. The goal is to develop and foster a relationship where both mentor and mentee learn and gain from one another and build a strong pipeline talent for Old National.

  • Participants in the program


    Since Old National launched Achieve Ability in May 2014, more than 40 mentees have participated in the program. A few have found a career at Old National, and many have found, by networking with the help of their mentor, careers at other institutions within their community. Most importantly, mentees of the Achieve Ability program have taken advantage of opportunities to build confidence, enhance their network and prepare for the next steps in their career!

  • A coworker mentoring other colleagues


    • Build your professional network
    • Learn from an ONB leader
    • Build confidence, professional skills, understanding of business
    • Learn about careers in the banking industry

    What’s the time commitment?
    We ask that mentors and mentees commit to meet at least once per month throughout the program. We host all-participant gatherings (can be attended either in-person or virtually) to encourage connection, networking and sharing best practices.

  • Helping a coworker get answers to her questions


    Through Achieve Ability, leaders at Old National have the opportunity to build relationships with strong talent in the marketplace. As a company committed to fostering a culture of belonging, and promoting best practices of disability inclusion, we know that we must better understand the challenges faced and overcome by people with disabilities to create a workplace welcoming to the community.

    Fostering relationships with aspiring young professionals with disabilities has served as an excellent learning experience for our leadership team. It fits with our commitment to help people learn, grow and succeed in the communities we serve and build a pipeline of talent for our organization.