FIND THE RIGHT JOB FOR YOU
Vocational Rehabilitation agencies (VR) can help people who have diagnosed disabilities get and maintain jobs. If you are trying to get connected to your local VR agencies you can visit the (SOAR): Searchable Online Accommodation Resource:
Managed by the U.S. Department of Labor, Job Corps provides free educational and vocational training for eligible young adults.
workforce recruitment program
Links federal employers with college students and recent graduates with disabilities. Information on how students can participate is provided, as well as employment resources for people with disabilities.
MY NEXT MOVE
Looking for the right job can be really hard. Knowing what you want to do, and how to find a company that provides those types of jobs isn’t always easy. This website gives you the opportunity to type in what you like to do, and get a list of occupations that have those activities. As well, you can take quizzes to figure out what kind of jobs would work for you, and browse careers by industry.
Massachusetts One-Stop Career Centers
Provides career counseling, workshops and coaching on job search skills, resumé building, and job listings.
Ticket to Work
Choose Work through the Ticket to Work program, offers people with disabilities a shot at achieving financial independence by enabling more choice in employment-related support services, and access to meaningful work.
Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission
Gives you a town listing of VR offices near you in Massachusetts
Provides resources and information on employment for many audiences, including
people with disabilities, family members, employment service providers, and
Find volunteer positions locally, nationally, or globally.
Career One Stop
Career One Stop is your source for employment information and inspiration!
Looking for a volunteer opportunity? Here's the perfect website to match your interests with some great volunteer work!
Access to local, state and national job listings · job matching and referral to employers · career assessment in groups and individually · information and referral to educational opportunities and job training programs · job search workshops · individualized career coaching ·computer workshops on basic pc skills, including a session of utilizing the internet for job search