What Are Reasonable Accommodations at Work (and How to Request Them)?

Reasonable accommodations are adjustments to a hiring process, work environment, or job responsibilities so an employee with disabilities can apply for or perform their job. Depending on the type of disability, accommodations can look many different ways — from transcription services …

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Job assistance guide for people with disabilities

According to the World Health Organization, more than one billion people worldwide experience some type of disability. Nearly everyone will experience a temporary or permanent disability sometime in their lifetime, WHO says. In the United States, one in four people — …

By Sarah Perrone
Sarah Perrone Director, Career & Professional Development Services
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Vault-Firsthand Celebrates Top Employers for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Today, while many professional services firms claim to focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion, not that many can back up their words with concrete actions. Indeed, it takes more than merely including a DEI statement on a website to prove that fostering individuality, …

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How to Highlight Your Academic Accomplishments on Your Resume

Today, the average job listing gets more than 250 applications. That’s hard to contend with, even if you’re the most seasoned professional. But when you’re a student or recent graduate with little to no experience behind you, this can feel even …

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How to Build Confidence at Work, According to Experts

At one point or another in our professional lives, we’re likely to face moments of self-doubt and imposter syndrome. As a result, we may feel at a loss for how to build our confidence. Gen Z’ers are even more likely …

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How Experiential Learning in College Could Launch Your Career

Experiential learning opportunities like internships, assisting with faculty research, and other examples of hands-on education help students build professional skills and apply what they are learning in the college classroom to real-world situations.

What is experiential learning?

You can think of experiential …

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Online portfolios: Using blogs to demonstrate college success

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For some college students, graduation day is coming soon. Okay, there may be a few more months, but after Spring Break, graduation is just around the corner. Time flies when students are having fun with those studies, doesn’t it?

By College Recruiter
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Employing People with Disabilities Shouldn’t Be a Challenge

(Note: Both interviewees, Paula Golladay and Gerry Crispin, will be panelists at the upcoming College Recruiting Bootcamp on D&I at EY on December 12th in New York City.)

While there has been an increased effort over recent years to create …

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College Recruiter believes that every student and recent grad deserves a great career.
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Job search advice for students and grads with disabilities

 

By day, Dan Cross is the Talent Acquisition Strategy Manager at Capital One. But a role he always embraces night and day is disability advocate. We posed a few questions to him and he gave some insightful tips for …

By College Recruiter
College Recruiter believes that every student and recent grad deserves a great career.
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