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Disability Inclusion and The Workplace

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Published Monday, May 14, 2018
Mentor Stanislav Prodanov with mentee Christina and Michael and mentor David Anavim on the end.

Author: Stanislav Prodanov
Orginally posted on UMass Medical School's Information Technology blog: https://go.umassmed.edu/umassmedITDMD
On Friday April 27th the 3rd Annual MA Disability Mentoring Day (DMD) was held at UMass Medical School on both campuses. There was a total of eight mentees and our IT department had the privilege of mentoring three of them.

Published Monday, May 7, 2018
Person on left looking at person on right wearing sunglasses

Author: Megan Northup, Project Coordinator, Work Without Limits

Jobs Without Limits (JWL) is a free online job board that was developed by Work Without Limits to help connect qualified job seekers with disabilities to leading disability inclusive companies that are Sponsors of Work Without Limits and therefore committed to diversifying their workforces. Launched in the summer of 2015, JWL was beta tested by job seekers with disabilities, whose feedback was used to enhance the ease of use, navigability, and function of the job board. Though it is always a work in progress and we continually enhance the functionality to best meet the needs for both candidates and employers, JWL offers candidates with disabilities a safe place to self-identify and disability-inclusive employers to actively seek diverse candidates.

Published Monday, April 30, 2018
Woman with disability holding blue towel over head and smiling

Author: Pat Hunt, Co-Owner, DisabilityImages.com

Everywhere I turn these days, I encounter a new focus on the empowered woman. There is one notable area within this subject that is sometimes overlooked. That is the independence, empowerment and relevance of the woman with a disability.

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