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Job Search

Whether you are an employment specialist, job developer, guidance counselor, or a person with disability, you will find our Disabilities Job Search Store a handy resource.

Before sending out resumes, filling in applications, and getting an interview there is: The Job Search.  The current high unemployment rates make this part of the employment process more critical than it has been in many years.  For people with disabilities, job search strategies are essential.  Any individual or employment specialist conducting a disability job search not only has to play the game of musical chairs by trying to get one of only a few of the available chairs but, they must also make sure the chair they get will accommodate the skills and requirements of the candidate.  Disabilities job opportunities, specifically prospective employers seeking a person with a disability are, unfortunately, very limited.  Therefore, when engaging in a job search the person with a disability can search for a job using many of the same venues as anyone else.  These include utilizing the internet, personal contacts and other networking venues, agencies, classified ads and direct application, which are all good, valid tools.  However, there are other tactics that a person with disability or employment specialist can utilize to help give them and edge in their job search.

Our Disability Job Search Store has many resources created and developed to give the extra edge you need to secure the job opportunity you are searching for.

Training for essential strategies for persons with disabilities to effectively compete against other job candidates in the interviewing process.

This program covers preparing for an interview, dressing for an interview, using body language to good advantage, articulating skills and abilities, and more.

Helps people who have disabilities, which are not obviously detected, get the job they want.

Job seekers receive tips on dealing effectively with interviewers who spend as much time focusing on an applicant's disabling condition as on a person's ability to do the job.

Helps students identify, organize, and promote their skills and experience during the application phase of a job hunt.

Developed to help staff working in school-to-work transition programs and supported employment programs.

Shows how to use the Internet, personal contacts, agencies, classified ads, and direct application to find a satisfying job.

Examines some of the many resources that are available to help you begin your job search.

Take part in rigorous mock interviews so viewers can learn from what they’re doing right—and wrong.

Examines technology-based tools that can help young job-seekers and the skills necessary to make those tools work.

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