What Happens Next? 2022 (A report on the outcomes of 2019 disabled graduates)

Based on Graduate Outcomes data, What Happens Next? 2022 looks in detail at the outcomes of 2019 disabled graduates. The report has been produced annually by the AGCAS Disability Task Group for nearly 20 years. Some key findings from the 2022 report: The ongoing upward trend in the proportion of graduates from first degrees disclosing a disability… Read More What Happens Next? 2022 (A report on the outcomes of 2019 disabled graduates)

Free employability course for autistic students & graduates!

I’m excited to let you know about a new employability course for autistic students and graduates. The course has 5 main sections covering interview preparation, adjustments, knowing yourself & your autism, and planning your career path. It has been created by both autistic and non-autistic professionals. For more about the course, and to meet my… Read More Free employability course for autistic students & graduates!

Everyday disability terms explained – reasonable adjustments

If you are a disabled applicant or employee, employers must make sure that you are not disadvantaged when completing a job application or carrying out a job role. This means they must make reasonable adjustments. As a disabled applicant, you have the right to ask for changes to be made to an application form, test, interview, or assessment centre if this… Read More Everyday disability terms explained – reasonable adjustments

Blind in Business – free workshops for disabled students and graduates

Blind in Business (BiB) is a national charity that works to support blind and partially sighted young people into employment. We work with approx. 140 people each year, ranging from students interested in degree apprenticeships to university students and graduates supporting them into internships, graduate jobs and graduate schemes. Over the last 30 years, BiB… Read More Blind in Business – free workshops for disabled students and graduates

8 job searching sites for disabled students

If you are working with students who are looking for accessible job searching sites or keen to find a job with an employer who is proactive in trying to attract disabled applicants, here are some suggestions of websites to share: Disability Jobsite Vercida job search (it’s possible to filter results by disability) Jobs at companies… Read More 8 job searching sites for disabled students