Careers And The Disabled Magazine
- Career-guidance and recruitment magazine for people with disabilities who
are at the undergraduate, graduate, or professional level. Each issue features
a special Braille section.
disAbility Online - Maintained
by the US Department of Labor Disability Employment Initiatives Unit of the
Employment and Training Administration. Provides information on employment
resources and services available to individuals with disabilities.
Disabled Businesspersons Association
- Helps disabled entrepreneurs and professionals maximize their potential
in the business world, encourages the participation and enhances the performance
of the disabled in the workforce.
GLADNET Association - The network
brings together research centers, universities, enterprises, government departments,
trade unions, and organizations representing disabled persons, all committed
to the common goal of advancing competitive employment and training opportunities
for persons with disabilities.
Goodwill Industries - In
1998, Goodwill Industries helped 320,848 people discover the power of work
through its job and career training, resume preparation and interviewing skills
Human Services Management Institute
- Through service, teaching, and research, contributes to creating an environment
where individuals with disabilities are independent and enjoy careers of choice.
University of Georgia.
Infolines - News and information
in supported employment.
Network (JAN) - An international toll-free consulting service that provides
information about job accommodations and the employability of people with
Job Connection - Supported, non-profit
employment agency that places people with disabilities into employment, offers
resources in job training and self-sufficiency.
JobAccess - JobAccess matches qualified
job seekers with disabilities to companies looking to hire. Post jobs, search
jobs, build resumes. Also matching volunteers and internships.
Plan for Achieving Self-Support (PASS)
- PASS is an SSI work incentive under which persons with disabilities can
set aside income and/or resources to be used to achieve specific work goals.
A PASS can be established to cover the costs of obtaining an education, receiving
vocational training, starting a business, or purchasing support services which
enable individuals to work and result in reduction/cessation of benefits (SSI/SSDI).
- U.S. Office of Personnel Management - Civil Service employment and veterans.
Work World - Information, support,
and free copies of WorkWORLD, decision support software for personal computers
designed to help people with disabilities, advocates, benefit counselors,
and others explore and understand how to best use the work incentives associated
with the various Federal and State disability and poverty benefit programs.
Workforce Recruitment Program - A
new recruitment resource for identifying job candidates with disabilities
skilled in a wide variety of fields is available free of charge to employers.
Worksupport.com - Information,
resources, and research regarding the employment of people with disabilities.