Students with Disabilities

The Career Hub is committed to serving every single student and all alumni in the O’Neill School family. We value each individual and acknowledge intersectionality across the various dimensions of identity – who each of us is and how we define ourselves. We understand many identity-related barriers exist in career exploration and professional development. This curated list of resources is intended to support our students’ and alumni’s ability to bring their whole self to their career, embracing that what makes us diverse makes us valuable contributors and true leaders for the greater good at work.

The list of resources provided below is not exhaustive and we invite our students and alumni to share their thoughts or suggest new resources to improve this page by emailing: careerhb@indiana.edu.

A Student’s Guide to DC

If you’re on your way to living in DC for the first time—either for an internship, entry level job, or with grad school— read on for affordable and exciting things to do in DC that will help you adjust to …

By Jane Marie Wright
Jane Marie Wright Peer Educator
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Picking Up After an Unsuccessful (Failed) College Experience

Read this article for tips on transitioning back to higher education for students with Autism, and ADHD, and other learning differences

By Kennedy Bland
Kennedy Bland Peer Educator
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Career Guide for Students With Disabilities

Best Colleges has provided a huge list of resources for students with disabilities on a career search. Sections include: Determining Career Interests, Preparing for the Job Search, Internship Programs, Building Your Network, Job Search Strategies, and other career resources.

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By Kennedy Bland
Kennedy Bland Peer Educator
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Resources

Ability Jobs

Career opportunities with employers commited to hiring people with disabilities.

Best Colleges

Career guide for students with disabilities.

Disability.gov

Comprehensive information on federal programs/services.

Job Accomodation Network

Free consulting and resources on job accomodation for job-seekers, employees, and employers.

Guide for Job Seekers with a Disability

Information on your rights when looking for a job and how to discuss accomodation with employers.

Career Service Hours

Daily Drop-in Extended Hours
M 10:00 - 4:00 8:00 - 5:00
T 10:00 - 4:00 8:00 - 5:00
W 10:00 - 4:00 8:00 - 5:00
TH 10:00 - 4:00 8:00 - 5:00
F 10:00 - 4:00 8:00 - 5:00

You no longer need an appointment to stop by the Career Hub! Our Career Studio is now open Monday - Friday from 10am-4pm with free coffee every morning!

Contact & Location

Phone
(812) 855-9639
Address

1315 E. 10th Street, Room 200
Bloomington, IN 47405