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International Students
LGBT+

See our LGBT+ page for questions to consider in your job search and LGBT+ career resources.

Students with Disabilities

Job/Internship Search
  • Career Opportunities for Students with Disabilities (COSD)
    • COSD works to identify innovative methods of recruiting and hiring college graduates with disabilities, including creation of internship opportunities.
  • National Center On Workforce and Disability
    • A flexible blend of strategies, services and supports designed to increase employment options for career seekers with disabilities.
  • Think Beyond the Label (TBTL)
    • TBTL is a national partnership of health and human services and employment agencies, coming together to build a uniform national infrastructure and approach that connects businesses to qualified candidates with disabilities.
  • Lime Connect
    • Lime Connect is a global not for profit organization that's rebranding disability through achievement. They attract, prepare, and connect high potential university students & alumni who happen to have disabilities for scholarships, internships, and full time careers with some of the world's leading corporations.
Interview Considerations
  • While you may mention your disability in an interview, this is not required.  It is illegal for an interviewer to ask whether you have a disability or medical condition (except whether you are fit to perform the duties required for the job).  For more information on illegal interview questions and how to respond, see our Interview Questions page.
Additional Resources

Veterans

Job Search Resources
  • Career OneStop
    • Department of Labor sponsored site that provides veterans with information regarding benefits and assistance, military-to-civilian job search tips, and a job board for veterans
  • VA for Vets
    • Website from the Veteran Employment Services Office (VESO) for transitioning veterans that are seeking federal careers. The site helps explain the federal hiring process, gives an overview of the deployment and reintegration process,  and provides information about agencies and non-profits.
  • Transition Assistance
    • Provides featured information for events and job fairs structured toward veterans.  In addition to the extensive job board, there are sections for veterans seeking military friendly companies and small business jobs.
  • Virginia Values Veterans
    • These companies have made a public commitment to hire Veterans into their workforce. In addition to seeing the number of hires each organization has pledged, you may also access their career websites and find an HR point of contact who can help you better understand the company and positions available.
  • Veterans Guide to Getting Hired
Additional Resources

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