Successful work experiences and career preparation activities increase a student's chances of obtaining employment upon completion of an academic program. The Employment Office provides information and resources and shares promising practices for the purpose of increasing access to careers for individuals with disabilities.
- Career Preparation for College Students: Getting Started
Introduces work-based learning opportunities that provide invaluable experience and skill development.
- Creating an Inclusive Career Development Program
Information for postsecondary educators from the accessibility of career centers to recruiting and events.
- K-12 Educators and Other Advocates Helping with Career Preparation
How K-12 teachers, parents, advisors, school-to-work staff and other K-12 educators can help students with disabilities prepare for employment.
- Knowledge Base
Search for Promising Practices, case studies, and Q&As on how employers and employees can work together to make work environments fully accessible and welcoming.
- More About The Employment Office Project
Includes a description of the project and resource lists to aid in replication of practices.