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Many of the organisations listed below either exist to give careers advice to students and graduates with a disability or have areas of their websites that serve the same purpose.

  • AbilityNET – National charity and a leader in the field of computing and disability
  • Association of Disabled Professionals - draws on the expertise of disabled professionals to improve the educational and employment opportunities of disabled people.
  • BBC Extend Scheme – BBC-wide placement scheme offering appropriately qualified or experienced people 6 months paid work experience at the BBC
  • Blind in Business - help blind and partially sighted graduates to compete equally with sighted candidates for good jobs.
  • Centre for Accessible Environments - aims to ensure an environment that is accessible for everyone
  • Disability Now – online version of a national publication relating to disability issues. Includes employment and training information
  • Disabled Workers - Employers who wish to actively encourage more applications from disabled job seekers beyond having an equal opportunities policy advertise on the disabled workers e-jobs portal
  • DLF, the charity previously known as the Disabled Living Foundation - a national charity that provides free, impartial advice about all types of daily living equipment and mobility products for disabled adults
  • Evenbreak - matching employers who value diversity with talented disabled candidates
  • EmployAbility- Assisting disabled students and graduates into the workplace
  • Premia - support for disabled researchers
  • Remploy – facilitates the employment of people with disability
  • Scope - includes pages on supporting graduates with disability with training and work placement opportunities
  • SKILL – National Bureau for Students with Disabilities (Charity promoting opportunities for people with disability)
  • MyPlusConsulting- resource for students and graduates with disabilities of all kinds, includes schemes and internships.