In this blog, we discuss how you can talk about your disability with an employer. You might want to explain how you have developed strengths and skills that will be useful in the workplace, explain mitigating circumstances like lack of work experience or grades that don’t reflect your abilities, in a way that helps the employer make reasonable adjustments – or helps you be open because it’s an important part of your identity.… More Disability confidence beyond the application process: explaining mitigating circumstances (Part 1)
King’s Internships have launched a new portfolio to help King’s students access work experience. What are the Advance and Springboard programmes like? Find out all about these internship programmes and how King’s Internships helps students in breaking barriers and finding inclusive work experience during university!… More King’s Internships 2020 – what are the Advance and Springboard programmes?
We talked with Fara from the Centre for Accessible Environments (CAE) about inclusive careers. What’s it like working in inclusive design and how can students channel their passion for accessibility and inclusion… and make it their career? Also, check out the Pathways programme to boost employability for disabled students in London!… More What is inclusive design? Careers in inclusion & accessibility
Let’s talk about diverse and inclusive employers! This blog’s got you covered if you’re looking to find internships and work that helps you build success – and empowers students and graduates with disabilities!… More 6 disability-friendly websites for students and graduates on the job hunt
EmployAbilty are running webinars to support neurodiverse and disabled students with all things careers!… More Support for neurodiverse and disabled students with EmployAbility