A key consideration during the job seeking process is how, when, and why to disclose a disability to an employer.
Must colleges provide accommodations for internships, practicum or clinical experiences?
Use this Fast Fact as a quick reference to get an overview of the vocational rehabilitation system.
Use this Fast Fact as a quick reference for basic information about services Vocational Rehabiliation has to offer.
Employment data for adults who are Deaf and hard-of-hearing.
What factors should a student who is deaf or hard of hearing consider when choosing a professional, trade or vocational school for careers such as EMT (Emergency Medical Technician), massage therapy, firefighting, truck driving, and others?
Do you need tools to hire, promote, and retain individuals who are deaf and hard of hearing? Check out this resource!
Use this tipsheet as a quick reference for learning more about the services available through community rehabilitation programs and addressing the needs of individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing.
What does it mean to be successful? Find out more about successful young adults who are deaf and hard of hearing, and the careers they chose.
Planning a career? Why not become a mechanic, an interpreter supervisor, a cheerleader, a caterer, a performing artist, or a shipwright?