Project Vision's Job Search Links provide links to other websites that list jobs openings. For information about job training, check out our Professional Development Resources.
Note that other parts of our website, such as the Internship Opportunities page, are also good resources for your job search.
The Employer Assistance Referral Network (EARN) helps service providers place consumers with disabilities in jobs, and helps employers with job vacancies recruit employees with disabilities, by putting the one in touch with the other. Service providers and employers who wish to take advantage of this program must enroll. Enrolling is free, and only takes a few minutes. The web site includes information on common myths about employees with disabilities, tips for co-workers, tips on disability-related etiquette, etc. If you are a service provider who has been having trouble convincing employers that it just makes good business sense to hire employees with disabilities, take a look at the materials and facts on this site.
Lime Connect is a program that helps college and graduate students with disabilities make connections with major employers that can lead to jobs. This is done thorugh campus recruiting events, fellowships, internships, scholarships, and more.
A Web-based service of Career Opportunities for Students with Disabilities (COSD) for employers and graduating college and university students where students can post their resumes and employers can search for qualified candidates.
My Next Move is an interactive tool for job seekers and students to learn more about their career options. The site has tasks, skills, salary information, and more for over 900 different careers. Users can find careers through keyword search; by browsing industries that employ different types of workers; or through the O*NET Interest Profiler, a tool that offers personalized career suggestions based on a person's interests and level of work experience.
The Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE) lists job
opportunities with some of America's leading companies who are looking
to bolster their Latino managerial talent.
DisAbledPerson is dedicated to "Bridging
the Disability Divide" in employment. People with disabilities
can post their resumes and browse the job postings for free. There
is also great advice and resources on other job search strategies.
Any employer can search the resumes for free. They can also post
jobs and get great tips on how to effectively recruit people with
disabilities. Companies such as Bank of America, IBM, Microsoft,
Aetna and Manpower enthusiastically support this initiative.
Consulting Services, Inc.'s mission is to provide superior technology
consulting services to their customers while creating employment, career opportunities, independence and freedom for people with
disabilities. Bender currently is looking
for qualified candidates to fill a variety of positions.
Each year HireDisAbility hosts career expos in several cities around
the United States. The expos are large job fairs that are specifically
geared toward connecting people with disabilities to employment.
There is no fee to attend. Consumers are advised to pre-register
on HireDisAbilitity's website, however, walk-ins are accepted on
the day of the event.
Equal Opportunity Publications, Inc. publishes career magazines
for women, minority groups and people with disabilities with the
goal of helping underrepresented job seekers find employment. Their
publication roster includes Careers & the Disabled and Hispanic
Monster.com lets jobseekers search through thousands of job postings
around the United States and around the world. Also provides advice
on developing your resume and presenting yourself well during job
interviews. Registered users are able to post their resume for employers
to find. Other resources available at Monster.com include information
about people with disabilities in the workforce and information
to help job seekers decide whether it's worth relocating to another
This is another job search site for Hispanics that allows searches
for both internships and employment. Interested persons can also
post their resumes on the search site for employers.
eSight Careers Network is a powerful resource for learning how to manage your career or effectively deal with disability employment issues. This site also operates a job alert e-mail list that
you can subscribe to in addition to a newsletter.
This is the place to look for job listings if you are Latino or
Hispanic, or if you are bilingual in Spanish or Portuguese. The
website is available in English, Spanish, or Portuguese. You can
find job listings or post your resume. It also has a calendar of jobs fairs in various cities.
Both the English version and the Spanish version allows users to search for jobs, internships, and volunteer opportunities around the world in nonprofit and community organizations. Users can also use this site to find resources and services for job seekers in the nonprofit and related fields.
Allows users to search through job listings at various charities. Also offers advice to jobseekers who wish to set up informational interviews, to charities looking for better ways to screen volunteers or establish endowments.
Looking for a job in the philanthropy or nonprofit field? The online Philanthropy News Digest of The Foundation Center has a regularly up-dated listing of jobs at nonprofit organizations throughout the United States. A few of these jobs involve working with the Latino community or in Latin America.
The USAJOBS main page lists current federal job vacancies worldwide and has links to employment information fact sheets. The USAJOBS web site also allows users to build an on-line resume specifically designed for applying for federal jobs; this resumes can then be printed for faxing or mailing or it can be used to apply for jobs on-line.