Applying for Jobs with Disabilities
"According to the Social Security Administration, there are over 8 million disabled workers in the United States. These workers often face challenges such as stereotyping, discrimination, and a lack of accommodations. Thankfully, there are a variety of legal protections and employment resources available that help people with disabilities overcome these challenges and advance their careers.
Below, we’ll go over best practices for resume writing, laws that protect you from discrimination, and several other topics that you should know about as a disabled worker."
For more information, click here.
College and Mental Illness
Pursuing higher education can be stressful for any college-bound student, but it can be more challenging for those with mental illness. According to a 2020 report by the CDC, people between 18 and 24 are more likely to experience anxiety and depression compared to other adult age groups making it more important to pick the right university.
Intelligent.com created an extensive guide to help students navigate the programs and policies supporting mental health. They covered topics from understanding their rights to potential accommodations, tips on accessing mental health services, and scholarships available specifically to them.
Click here to read the guide.