Disability & Neurodiversity Pathways

The Career and Advising Center is committed to helping students and alumni with visible and non-visible disabilities find gainful and satisfying employment and opportunities to grow. We have seen a surge of employers trying to reach this talent pool and we are driven to provide, tools, resources, and connections to make the job search process as smooth as possible.

Pathways & Job Boards

  • Mentra – a neurodiversity employment network
  • Specialisterne – works with businesses to tap into the talents of autistic or neurodivergent job seekers
  • Inclusively – connect to jobs and receive curated job matches from employers who are committed to disability inclusion and creating diverse teams
  • Disability Solutions – job board
  • JAN – job seekers resources & job boards
  • Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP) – connects federal and select private-sector employers nationwide with college students, graduate students and recent graduates with disabilities who are eager to demonstrate their abilities in the workplace through internships or permanent jobs.

Resources

Meet with Us

  • Drop-in Model: Stop by Ceres Hall 306 Monday through Friday anytime between 9:00 am – 4:00 pm for assistance.
  • Make an Appointment: Schedule and appointment for Career Services through Bison Advise.
  • Get feedback: Fill out our CAC Document Review Form to get feedback on resumes, cover letters, CVs, and more.
  • Email: All services are offered via email. So if students are away from campus, taking classes online, or commuting to NDSU, they may find email interactions to be more useful. Reach out via email at ndsu.cac@ndsu.edu.
  • Phone:  Calls can be made to the Career and Advising Center main line at 701-231-7111.

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