- Disability.gov: The law and your rights
- ADA: A guide for people with disabilities seeking employment
- Job Accommodation Network
- SOAR: Explore accommodation options
- EEOC: Your employment rights
- GettingHired: Empowering individuals and vets with disabilities
- A Guide for Workers with Disabilities and the ADA
University Career Services understands that landing an internship or job is tough! That is why we are committed to supporting students with visible and invisible disabilities navigate their career exploration and preparation path. Below you will find resources specifically for students with disabilities.
Should I disclose?
The best thing for any applicant to do is know what they are entitled to under the law, and research what kind of accommodations they might need beforehand. It is important to remember that no two stories are the same, and the decision on when and if to disclose should be a personal one.
- Disclosure Options for Employment (PDF): a chart mapping out the potential advantages and disadvantages of disclosing at different stages of the job search process
- Disclosure Tips
If you have remaining questions on if/when to disclose, the Job Accommodation Network is available for consultation at 800-526-7234 or via email.
Job Search Resources
Many employers are interested in connecting with students with disabilities so knowing where to find positions is critical. In addition to the job opportunities in Handshake, and on our industry pages, you may find the resources below helpful.
Advocacy and professional associations are an excellent source of networking as well as job search resources.