Students with Disabilities

Welcome!  This community is space for students with disabilities to access Career Center services and University support. You will find job search resources, ways to connect with on-campus groups, and strategies for identifying employers who respect and affirm people of all identities and orientation.  These resources compliment the information provided in the Career Communities, where you will find resources for specific industries and areas of study.

To discuss or share additional resources for this affinity group, please contact Carol Balk at

Successful Job Interview Tips for Individuals with ADHD – Written by Charlie Fletcher, freelance writer and social activist for LDRFA.

By Ingrid Beute
Ingrid Beute Career Consultant, Engineering & Science
Read more »

16 Things Recruiters Want To See On Your LinkedIn Profile

What recruiters want to see on your LinkedIn Profile?

1. Headline: The headline of LinkedIn is one that comes along with your profile and is very important. The headline will usually bear your name and job title in it. This …

By Lindsay Fera
Lindsay Fera Employment Development Specialist
Read more »

Find Careers Available for Students with Special Needs

Finding careers available for students with special needs is a great first step to determining a career path. The trick is finding a niche for the student that uses his or her skills and strengths. Many resources are available to …

By Alexander Ball
Alexander Ball Internship Associate / Pre-Law Advisor
Read more »

7 of the Best Apps for People with Disabilities

We all have our challenges in life – physical, mental and emotional. Some are bigger, some are smaller, and some need more assistance than others to overcome. These seven apps use modern technology to enrich the lives of people with …

By Alexander Ball
Alexander Ball Internship Associate / Pre-Law Advisor
Read more »

Four Resources for Students with Disabilities Transitioning from School to Work

Congratulations to this year’s high school, vocational/technical school and college graduates! Earning your degree or certificate is a great achievement and you should be very proud of your hard work!

Now that you have reached this milestone, you may be …

By Alexander Ball
Alexander Ball Internship Associate / Pre-Law Advisor
Read more »


Featured Resources

Job Search Resource

Find your next career move on the #1 site for disabled professionals.

Career Center Resources

Career Center In-Person Services

  • Address: 200 William Pitt Union
  • Phone Number: 412-383-4473
  • Hours: Front Desk open Monday-Friday, 8:30 am- 5:00 pm
  • Consultant Drop-In Hours: Monday-Friday, 11:00 am- 3:00 pm
  • Internship Team Drop-In Hours: Monday-Thursday, 12:00 pm- 2:00 pm

Career Center Virtual Services