News release

Research opportunity for young people with disabilities

Help us understand the types of job accommodations and benefits you need to find and maintain employment

The school-to-work transition is an important period where a young adult graduates from school and enters the working world. Early employment experiences during this period can determine a person’s long-term career trajectory. Young adults with disabilities may have added challenges during the school-to-work transition, and require job accommodations, vocational programming, and/or policy-level support to find and sustain employment.

The Institute for Work & Health, in partnership with the National Educational Association of Disabled Students, is conducting a study to understand the requirements of young adults with disabilities who are transitioning from school-to-work.

For more information about the study, and to participate click here:

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