The Disability Exchange (DISEX) Career Resources Center provides a wide range of options and resources. This page contains all the information you need pertaining to your job search, including job search tips, interview assistance, vocational rehabilitation, Federal employment, and career planning. You can access more information and related forms, as well as other details via the links below.
If you are in the process of looking for a job, you recognize that it takes time and planning. And for those with disabilities, finding suitable work sometimes comes with its own set of challenges. Having a disability; however, should not impede your progress or success. There are many approaches you can take...Read More
Going on a job interview is not an easy task; having to highlight your credentials, sell yourself, to meeting countless new people who will be judging your every move. And if you are disabled, you have the added stress of how, if at all, to present your disability. In our Job Interviews guide we outline the essentials...Read More
The Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) oversees Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) program which assists individuals with disabilities prepare for, find and maintain suitable employment. Through VR programs, individuals with disabilities have access to statewide employment, and other resources...Read More
Individuals with disabilities have access to various Federal employment programs when it comes to finding work. Programs like the Schedule A hiring authority, which enables individuals with a disability status to apply for positions within Federal agencies without competition. There are also various...Read More
Career Planning & Job Training
People with disabilities have a different perspective when it comes to career planning and job training. While there are certain considerations to take if you are a disabled American, these should not limit you whether looking for work or currently employed. Our Career Planning and Job Training...Read More