When searching for a job, you may feel like you’re not qualified enough to get it. But you are. Here’s how to take your doubts and struggles and turn them into strengths, according to Aimée Eubanks Davis, founder and CEO of Braven.
Organizations and Associations focused on job postings for diverse talent.
This article includes a list of thoughtful questions students can ask recruiters during interviews or other interactions to assess their organizations’ DEI priority and commitment.
Review this Disclosure Options for Employment handout to learn about options for timing of disclosing a disability, with advantages and disadvantages at every stage of the application process.
This article goes over your rights and strategies for navigating the conversation if a potential employer does as you an illegal question in an interview.
Autism Society of Colorado serves 1,000’s of individuals and families touched by autism and provide education and advocacy to providers, caregivers, educators, and businesses/organizations throughout the state of Colorado. Autism 101 provides education for businesses.
Autism Speaks would like to help you with your employment search by giving you tools and tips while you look for a job. As an adult on the autism spectrum, you have strengths and abilities that employers are just beginning to understand. Therefore, we have written this guide to help you research, find and keep employment in the current, competitive labor market.
People with disabilities can find federal jobs through this website.
Students with disabilities, are you looking for an internship? Look here!
If you’re a job seeker with a disability, learn when you should mention your condition and how.
Looking for a job can be hard. Looking for a job with a vision impairment can be even harder. Visit this website to make finding a job easier if you have a vision impairment.
If you have a question about workplace accommodations or the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and related legislation, find out here.