Employment and Internship Search Resources

The Career Center has numerous resources to assist you during each stage of your job and internship search. For more information on workshops, internship programs, and employment connection activities review the Career Center links:

In addition, to the Career Center resources above, listed below are employment and internship resource websites specifically devoted to persons with disabilities.


Workforce Recruitment Program

Connecting federal and private sector employers nationwide with highly motivated college students for summer work, internships and permanent jobs.


Entry Point

Offering outstanding internship opportunities for students with disabilities in science, engineering, mathematics, and computer science, through the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).


Career Opportunities for Students with Disabilities (COSD)

Bringing together college students and recent alumni with disabilities with employers for networking, education, and ultimate employment opportunities.


Emerging Leaders Program

A highly competitive leadership program that places undergraduate and graduate students with disabilities in fulfilling summer internships.


Disabled Person-Recruit ABILITY

Allows persons with disabilities to connect with possible employers by posting your resume.


Getting Hired

A job website devoted to opening doors with employers committed to hiring talented people with disabilities. 


Mobility International (MIUSA)

Mobility International is a cross-disability nonprofit organization who’s mission is to empower persons with disabilities to achieve their human rights by increasing disability inclusion through international exchange and development.


National Business and Disability Council

A leading resource for employers seeking to integrate qualified persons with disabilities into the workplace.


One More Way

The nation’s largest fee-free web portal for job seekers with disabilities and hiring manager looking to hire qualified candidates with disabilities. One More Way is a project of the Sierra Group Foundation.


Disaboom Jobs

Register your resume to help you explore over 60,000 jobs listed nationally for talented persons with disabilities.


Hire Disability Solutions (HDS)

Since its inception in 2004, HDS has established itself as a national leader in protecting and enhancing employment opportunities for persons with disabilities.


Ability Jobs

Ability Jobs, a division of Ability Magazine, has a long history of bringing together employers and job seekers with disabilities. Today, Ability Jobs, is the largest job board in the nation  designed for job seekers with disabilities.


Ticket to Work (TTW)

This site provides information on incentives available to help support persons with disabilities with their employment goals. TTW can help you find and maintain employment by obtaining one-to-one services, benefits planning, vocational rehabilitation, and other relevant services to achieve your vocational goals.


One-Stop Career Centers

This site provides information on job seeking, training and other employment services. You will also be offered available job search workshops, vocational education and rehabilitation, youth services, networking opportunities, and job postings.



This website offers an array of employment resources from information services, staffing agencies, job fair announcements, to local job postings.



The Connect job seeker center provides many free or low cost services to help you find your next employment or career development opportunity within Silicon Valley.  The Connect job seeker center is a one-stop resource for all your job search needs.


Talent Knows No Limits

This all-encompassing website provides information and resources for job seekers, employers and service providers covering all aspects of employment for people with disabilities. The website also features a job seeker toolkit and free online vocational training.


Project HIRED

A nonprofit agency of Santa Clara County designed to assist individuals with disabilities to gain and sustain employment in partnership with business and the community.