When considering getting a part-time job or internship, the Career Development Center can support you in attaining your goals and finding experiential learning opportunities. For example, we coordinate the Workforce Recruitment Program, which connects federal and private sector employers with students with disabilities. If you are interested in learning more about this program, please contact Jan Van Dyke. For more career resources, check out our webpage for students with disabilities.
If you want to learn more about accommodations to perform your best in academics, Accessible Educational Services specializes in assisting students with various disabilities including physical, psychological, learning, neurological, medical, vision, hearing, and temporary impairments to achieve their academic goals.
Together, these offices are here to support you in self-advocacy and can help navigate the process of disclosing a disability and requesting accommodations.