Our lobby is open 9:00-5:00. We also offer virtual appointments.

Our lobby will be closed all day July 4-5, 10 & 24.

Students with Disabilities

We at the UW Career & Internship Center are committed to helping all disabled, D/deaf and neurodivergent-identifying students find satisfying experiential learning opportunities and gainful employment. To this end, we’ve compiled a list of resources for you, both on and off campus, which we hope will help answer questions you may have about disclosure, accommodations, your legal rights, and ways your employer can support you. This list is by no means exhaustive. We’ve also provided some sites where you can expand  upon your search for a job or internship and learn more about finding support in the workplace. Finally, we encourage you to schedule a 30-minute appointment with one of our career coaches, which you can do on Handshake. We are here to assist you with every step of this process.

Bachelor of Arts in Social Welfare (BASW) Open House, 11/15

Are you an undergraduate student interested in pursuing a helping profession focused on social justice? The Bachelor of Arts in Social Welfare (BASW) Program is looking for applicants with a commitment to serving diverse populations and passion for social change!

By Lily Burnstein (She/Her)
Lily Burnstein (She/Her) Career Coach
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U.S. EPA Hiring Webinar: Persons with Disabilities and Veterans

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) invites students and alumni from all backgrounds, both STEM and non-STEM, to join this event for an overview of the federal hiring process, including an in-depth explanation of special appointing authorities specifically for veterans …

By Lily Burnstein (She/Her)
Lily Burnstein (She/Her) Career Coach
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Networking Online in the Neurodivergent Community

The Neurodiversity Network was founded to provide resources for neurodivergent job seekers and neurodivergent students, employers & universities, & the support of the neurodiverse community. Their mission is to consolidate various neurodiversity resources into one place. Their goal is to …

By Lily Burnstein (She/Her)
Lily Burnstein (She/Her) Career Coach
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Aspiring Docs Diaries: inspiration and resources for aspiring physicians

If you don’t personally know those who have been a pre-med and medical student, MD, or resident, it can be difficult to get a sense of what the journey of a physician truly looks like at each phase. This is …

By Lily Burnstein (She/Her)
Lily Burnstein (She/Her) Career Coach
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College of Education: Majors and Minors Info Session

Did you know that UW’s College of Education is one of the nation’s top 15 education schools? Did you know they offer ~2 different on-campus undergraduate majors and an on-campus undergraduate minor? If you have any desire to learn about …

By Lily Burnstein (She/Her)
Lily Burnstein (She/Her) Career Coach
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Student Stories & Advice

Amanda

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  • M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology MGH Institute of Health Professions
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Kyndal Waldo

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  • Pediatric Mental Health Coordinator Seattle Children's Hospital
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Nikki Skorupa

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  • Masters in Elementary Education Seattle University
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Avi A

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  • Masters in Teaching - Secondary Math Western Governors University
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Hanna K

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  • Masters' of Social Work Portland State University
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James G

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  • Kitchen Staff Megumi Preschool
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Lilly Bosworth

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  • School of Psychology Eastern Washington University
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Charlie D

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  • Staff Geologist Georesources, LLC
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Tiffany-Ashton Gatsby

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  • Social Anthropology specializing in Medical Anthropology University of Washington
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Paul Leanza

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  • Research Scientist / Bioengineer University of Washington
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Paula Orrego

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  • Grad Student - Communication Sciences Emerson College
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Siri Bhatt

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  • Certified Nursing Assistant Swedish Medical Center
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Featured Resources

Tools & Trainings for Neurodivergent Job Seekers

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Ask Jan: Articles & Guides
The Job Accommodation Network (JAN) is the leading source of free, expert, and confidential …

Job Search Engines for Neurodivergent Job Seekers

Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP)
The WRP is a recruitment and referral program that connects federal and private sector employers nationwide …

Job Readiness Workbook (Neurodiversity Hub)

The Job Readiness workbook, created by Neurodiversity Hub, is designed as a guide to prepare autistic jobseekers to:

For more …

Students Guide to Disclosure in the Workplace

When you leave school and enter the workforce, you are required to share information about your disability if you want …

Accessibility, Inclusion, &  Action in Medical Education

This report weaves together the major themes shared by medical students, residents, and physicians with disabilities, as well as current …

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion: How to assess an employers commitment

Tips on how to assess an employers commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion while navigating the job search process.