College students and graduates with disabilities comprise a talent pool that can fill the gap for employers seeking skilled, motivated employees. Avoid missing out on these candidates by fine-tuning your recruitment practices to target this group.

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Apr 25, 2023

Press Release: NOD Releases Important New Findings from Campus to Careers Demonstration Project in Time for College Graduation

A new report released by the National Organization on Disability (NOD) and The Burton Blatt Institute finds employers reporting significant difficulties identifying and recruiting students and recent graduates with disabilities.


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Nov 3, 2021

In Return to Campuses, Students with Disabilities Fear They’re Being ‘Left Behind’

Many are having to press their universities for accommodations — or drop classes entirely Stephanie Lai | November 1st, 2021 at 6:00 a.m. EDT Jessica Chaikof, 29, and her service dog, Jigg, are seen on campus at American University in D.C. on Oct. 19. Chaikof, who has Usher syndrome, is a master’s student in sociology. […]


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Feb 16, 2018

Boston Children’s Hospital, Deloitte, Partners Healthcare, Raytheon and Spaulding Rehabilitation Network Commit to Innovative Pilot Program to Connect College Students with Disabilities to Professional Opportunities

Five major Boston-area employers have joined a new pilot program. Campus to Careers aims to place more qualified students with disabilities into meaningful careers. The Coca-Cola Foundation provided a $400,000 lead grant to kick-start the innovative, three-year pilot program.


Jan 16, 2018

Are You Missing Out on Key Talent On Campus?

There are 4.7 million college graduates with disabilities, but only 25% are working. Use these 6 key tips to jumpstart recruiting students with disabilities on campus.


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Oct 27, 2017

Cracks in ‘Talent Pipeline’ Pose Risks for Employers, College Students With Disabilities

Frankly, America’s colleges and universities would do well to examine what RIT and other leaders in career services are doing right, because many, if not most, are getting it wrong. Nationally, students with disabilities take twice as long to secure a job after graduation. And of the 1.4 million college students with disabilities, about 60-percent of them can expect to not find a job when they graduate. Talk about a harsh dose of reality for young people who simply want to contribute.


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Campus to Careers Roadmap
The Campus to Careers Roadmap includes findings and resources derived from NOD’s four-year innovation project to understand the challenges employers experience in recruiting with college students with disabilities and ultimately, to improve career outcomes for students with disabilities after graduation.
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