Job/Internship Opportunities for students with disabilities
Information about job and internship opportunities for students with disabilities that is received by the ASAC is posted here. Each posting is dated. Information will be removed as it becomes out-of-date. Please note that the ASAC does not endorse any of the companies. Rather, this page is a means to share information. The ASAC strongly encourages students to also work with AU's Career Center for help in job and internships searches.
Online Career Fair for Individuals and Veterans with Disabilities
Event Date: 10-5-2015
Sign up now for our FREE Online Career Fair on Wednesday October 5th, 11AM-2PM (ET) exclusively for individuals and veterans with disabilities.
Don't miss the chance to chat online with nationwide companies actively seeking qualified candidates with disabilities!
It's easy, accessible and fun!
Sidestep the pile of resumes and make a firsthand impression on hiring managers and recruiters. Via your laptop or smartphone, you can 'get in line' to discuss career opportunities one-on-one with each company you're interested in. Line up for multiple companies at a time and share your resume on a fully accessible platform.
Career opportunities across industries and experience levels
Positions available in; IT, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, recruitment, further education, technology, engineering, accounting, banking, sales, marketing, customer service and more!
The District of Columbia Developmental Disabilities Council (DDC) and the Office of Disability Rights (ODR) cordially invite job seekers, college, and high school students with disabilities to participate in the 2016 Disability Mentoring Days (DMD) program with the District of Columbia Government.
The DDC and ODR are proud to coordinate this nationally recognized event which takes place during the month of October to commemorate National Disability Employment Awareness Month. The American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) is the national sponsor of the event and we partner with AAPD to coordinate the DMD activities in the District of Columbia. AAPD is a national, cross-disability membership organization promoting political and economic empowerment for all people with disabilities. For more information about AAPD, please visit their web site at http://www.aapd.com/.
The Disability Mentoring Days are open to job seekers, high school, college, and graduate students with disabilities and this year’s program will take place between October 17 and October 31, 2016. Disability Mentoring Days enable job-seekers and students with disabilities to visit a Federal/District Government agency or DC metropolitan business that matches their interests for one-on-one time with volunteer mentors. It provides an opportunity to underscore the connection between school and work, evaluate personal goals, learn about career opportunities in the District and develop mentoring relationships with government and business leaders. History of the program illustrates that students’ participation in Disability Mentoring Day can result in an internship opportunity with the host employer or function as a first interview on the way to an employment opportunity.
In order to make the appropriate arrangements for this opportunity, a Disability Mentoring Day Student Mentee Application needs to be completed and submitted by Wednesday, October 5, 2016. Please contact the ASAC at firstname.lastname@example.org for an application.
COSD Full Access Student Summit, Boston
Applications Due 10-26-16; Event Dates 11-18-19-2016; Posted 7-29-2016
COSD FULL ACCESS Student Summit Boston Student Application Available Online Now Event Dates: November 18-19, 2016 Hyatt Regency Cambridge, Cambridge, MA
COSD Mission COSD's mission is to assist college students and recent graduates with a disability in gaining the tools and knowledge necessary to secure the career of their choice. The COSD FULL ACCESS Student Summit is one of those tools. In partnership with Career Services and Disability Services offices on campus, students need to know about this unique opportunity to meet with some of the most successful corporations that are looking to recruit college students and graduates with disabilities.
Students and recent graduates with disabilities on your campus are welcome to click below and complete the online application. All applicants will need to have the most updated and reviewed resume ready to upload with the application. Application deadline is October 26, 2016.
Accepted Applicants attend the Student Summit at no cost to them and COSD pays for one night's stay at the Hyatt Regency Cambridge (Friday November 18 only) for each student and graduate. However, all attendees need to pay for their own transportation to get to the Hyatt.
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