Career Opportunities for Students with Disabilities

How to Make Your Virtual Meetings Accessible to All

Is your organization experienced in handling remote virtual meetings? Or are you still working out some kinks? No matter the case, you’ll want to make sure that attendees with visual, hearing, or mobility impairments can easily understand and participate.

Even …

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What Autistic Employees Actually Want Their Coworkers to Know and Do

I learned the art of instant personality change early in my career. As a bookstore manager in my early 20s, I would morph from a quiet loner-with-a-book into an outgoing, social person-in-charge each time I walked through the glass doors …

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Remote Work Finally Let Me Focus on My Job, Not My Invisible Disability

I’d always wanted to work in an office. Growing up, I envisioned a life for myself that had me running off to sophisticated work events, typing away on a Blackberry (because it was the ’90s and those were the hot …

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How to find an internship or entry-level job if you’re mentally or physically disabled

For decades, employers have invested staff time and other resources into diversifying their applicant pools and workforces. But it wasn’t until George Floyd was murdered by the Minneapolis Police Department that many of those employers invested in diversity, equity, and …

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How to market your diversity in your job search

A diversity hire is a person with a minority or underrepresented background employed in an organization. Though a
diversity hire is employed to improve diversity and inclusion in the company, it does not mean that the person is
favored solely …

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Land your dream job and advance your career with expert advice.
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In order to encourage the creation of greater employment opportunities for individuals with autism, Autism Speaks is hosting this networking …

Real-World Work Experience

Check out these 5-6 hour virtual work programs with Fortune 500 companies. These programs are free and can become part of your resume or even lead to a job interview!

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UX Foundations: Accessibility

Taught by Derek Featherstone
The Internet has removed many obstacles to communication and interaction. However, when websites, technologies, or tools are poorly designed, they…

Digital Accessibility for the Modern Workplace

Taught by Hector Minto
The move towards a more digital workplace affects everyone, from newly remote employees to frontline workers. With technology being such…

Disability Readiness for Leaders and Managers

Taught by Tarena Shanaberger
As a manager, you play a key role in ensuring that everyone, including people with disabilities, can contribute fully to…

Supporting Accessibility in a Hybrid Workplace

Taught by Jessica Williams
As organizations begin to offer more worksite flexibility, the need for accessible, inclusive technology has increased at a rapid rate.…

Becoming an Ally to All

Taught by Kenji Yoshino
All organizations face barriers to diversity and inclusion, such as implicit bias and stereotyping. One key solution to these challenges…

Uncovering Your Authentic Self at Work

Taught by Kenji Yoshino
Despite decades of diversity and inclusion efforts, people sometimes feel forced to choose between being included and being themselves. Join…

Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

Taught by Carolyn Goerner
Those who experience imposter syndrome often believe they are inferior to others or have faked their way into positions despite…

Managing Anxiety in the Workplace

Taught by Srini Pillay
We all get anxious at times. But what do you do when anxiety is disrupting your job? This course provides…

Isenberg Student Clubs

Find a club that is related to your industry, can help with your professional development, or simply connects you with other Isenberg students.

Professional Organizations

Learn about and maybe even join a professional organization in your industry. Professional organizations sponsor conferences, publish articles and magazines, and sometimes
offer networking events relevant to your industry and special interests.

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