The Contemporary College Student Podcast
Episode 16

Season 3: How to Support College Students on the Autism Spectrum

Michelle Boettcher published on

Through this podcast, you will learn a few best practices for supporting your students on the Autism Spectrum. While Jenna and Olivia dive into their experiences in the Career Services field, know that these practices are transferrable across functional areas. Be empowered to utilize these tips and start building your understanding from here. Check out the resources (listed below) to pass along to your students as they navigate their own career development.

ADA.gov - provides insight into laws and regulations protecting people with disabilities

Equal Opportunity Publications: EOP’s Diversity and Inclusion Career Center - gives a listing of companies that are actively recruiting college graduates and professionals with disabilities.

JAN: Job Accommodation Network -  an international toll-free consulting service that provides information about job accommodations and the employability of people with disabilities

National Business and Disability Council - This resource, primarily targeted for employers but also useful for job seekers, has the benefit of national recognition. The site sets itself up as the resource for organizations looking to diversify and expand the workplace.

 

https://www.ncda.org/aws/NCDA/pt/sd/news_article/145210/_self/layout_details/false

https://www.naceweb.org/career-development/special-populations/developing-cross-campus-partnerships-a-key-to-supporting-students-on-the-autism-spectrum/

Log in with one of the networks to the right to comment. Cancel
0 Comments