Welcome Broncos with Disabilities!
The Career Center is here to support our students with disabilities!
The Career Center is committed to providing students with disabilities the services and resources needed to be successful in the career planning process. We welcome the opportunity to meet with you to discuss career exploration, job search, and marketing your unique skills and experiences so you can secure employment and advanced degree opportunities. Start by exploring some of the resources listed below.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits employers from discriminating against individuals with a disability. Employers must provide equal opportunities to qualified individuals in hiring, firing, promotions, compensation, and other employment practices. This law states that employers must make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities. An accommodation is a modification that allows an individual to participate in the interviewing process and/or perform the essential functions of their job. It must be realistic and cannot cause hardship to the employer.
For more information check out the official ADA.gov website.
- Ability Job
- ADDA Workplace Committee
- Bender Consulting Services
- Chronically Capable
- Disability Solutions
- Disabilities Workforce Recruitment Program
- Disabled Person
- Galt Foundation
- Getting Hired
- Hire Disability Solutions
- Hire Potential
- JAN — Job Accommodation Network
- Jobs Across the Spectrum™
- New York Vocational Rehabilitation Services
- Nittany Lion Careers
- Project Hired
- Recruit Disability Job Board
- Talent Acquisition Portal
- U.S. Office of Personnel Management (Federal Positions)
- American Association of People with Disabilities
- American Professional Society of ADHD and Related Disorders
- Association on Higher Education and Disability
- Attention Deficit Disorder Association
- Disability Rights Pennsylvania (DRP)
- Learning Disabilities Association of America
- National Center for College Students with Disabilities
- National Organization on Disability
- U.S. Business Leadership Network (USBLN)
The California Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) works in partnership with consumers and other stakeholders to provide services and advocacy resulting in employment, independent living, and equality for individuals with disabilities.
DOR administers the largest vocational rehabilitation and independent living programs in the country. Vocational rehabilitation services are designed to help job seekers with disabilities obtain competitive employment in integrated work settings. Independent living services may include peer support, skill development, systems advocacy, referrals, assistive technology services, transition services, housing assistance, and personal assistance services.
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Take a look at the upcoming career fairs and activities coming this semester!
Hospitality Career Expo – Tuesday, February 20, 2024
In collaboration with The Collins College of Hospitality Management, students can meet with leading hospitality industry firms and representatives …