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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.

  • 10,000 Able Interns – connecting young disabled talent with paid internships, training and development.
  • AbilityNET – National charity and a leader in the field of computing and disability.
  • Ambitious about Autism - Charity helping autistic young people in education and employment.
  • Association of Disabled Professionals  - draws on the expertise of disabled professionals to improve the educational and employment opportunities of disabled people.
  • Auticon – technology careers opportunities.
  • BBC Extend Hub – ongoing permanent and fixed term contracts offered across 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.
  • Change 100 - paid summer work placements, professional development and mentoring for both students and recent graduates.
  • Disability Now – online version of a national publication relating to disability issues. Includes employment and training information.
  • Enna – Recruitment agency specialising in roles for neurodivergent candidates (autism, dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD etc)
  • Evenbreak - matching employers who value diversity with talented disabled candidates.
  • EmployAbility- assisting disabled students and graduates into the workplace.
  • Kaleidoscope – recruitment support, and financial support and mentoring for disabled entrepreneurs.
  • Living made easy - a national charity that provides free, impartial advice about all types of daily living equipment and mobility products for disabled adults.
  • Mental Health Foundation – advice for looking after your mental health in the workplace
  • Next Steps Foundation - support for autistic students and graduates.
  • Remploy – facilitates the employment of people with disability in Scotland.
  • MyPlus Student's Club - resources, job boards and event.
  • Udemy - Employability Skills for Autistic students and graduates, is a free employability course made with and for autistic people. It is not specific to any particular academic discipline or university course but, rather, offers a broad introduction to a range of important considerations as you begin to look for employment. The course is estimated to take between 2-4 hours in total but you can take as long as you need to complete it.
  • Vitae - includes support for disabled researchers.