Students with Disabilities

Neurodiversity at work: to disclose or not to disclose?

When it comes to protecting yourself and your rights in the workplace, there are laws and regulations that can help guide you in your decision-making. For neurodiverse people, one of the most common struggles associated with their neurodiversity at work …

By Sean Kelly - College Recruiter
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Employing People with Disabilities Shouldn’t Be a Challenge

(Note: Both interviewees, Paula Golladay and Gerry Crispin, will be panelists at the upcoming College Recruiting Bootcamp on D&I at EY on December 12th in New York City.)

While there has been an increased effort over recent years to create …

By Robin Porter - College Recruiter
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Resources and Tools

AccessComputing – The Alliance for Access to Computing Careers

https://www.washington.edu/accesscomputing/

College and graduate students with disabilities can connect with mentors …

“Chronically Capable” is a free resource as part of an organization and website built to remove the fear and stigma …

Lime Connect is a global not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization that represents the largest network of high-potential university students and professionals – …

Inclusively is an in-depth resource specifically for job seekers with disabilities, mental health conditions, and chronic illnesses. Find jobs and …

Approximately 61 million people in the United States live with disabilities, defined as physical or mental conditions that impair one’s …

Having any kind of disability does not preclude you from earning a living and supporting your family, nor should it. …

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