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Work Without Limits

For students with disabilities, the CCD has established a partnership with Work Without Limits (WWL), a network of resources dedicated to promoting job and career growth for persons with disabilities throughout Massachusetts.

Work Without Limits programs and services are geared to meet the needs of individuals with disabilities who are seeking jobs, businesses that actively recruit people with disabilities, and the employment providers that serve individuals with disabilities.

WWL hosts an Annual Disability Mentoring Day each year. This event allows you to meet with a professional one-on-one who works in a field tied to your major. Mentees have the opportunity to shadow employees and learn more about job and internship opportunities with them.

Below is a list of things you can do to get the most out of the WWL partnership. And of course as always, the CCD is here to support you and answer any questions you may have.

1. Attend WWL Mentor Day, Conferences, Job Fairs, Webinars, and Other Events 
2. Read the Disability Disclosure Guidebook
3. Register for the Online Mentoring Program through Partners for Youth with Disabilities
4. Learn about free Benefits Counseling if you receive public benefits such as SSI, SSDI, Medicaid and/or Medicare
5. Sign up to receive access to a private Linkedin group that includes leading disability inclusive employers seeking to connect with qualified candidates with disabilities
6. Join the mailing list to receive news and information to help you advance toward your career goals
7. Review resources focused on disability inclusion, workplace accommodations, and much more
8. Follow the WWL blogFacebook pageTwitter page, and the LinkedIn page for the latest updates and opportunities


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Another great resource is, the premier national job board for people with disabilities. receives thousands of new jobs every day with a monthly average of 350,000 jobs. There are jobs in every state and most cities in the U.S. All types of job categories are posted. If you are a person with a disability looking for work, is the site to visit. is easy to navigate. After you create an account, you can post your resume and conduct your job search. You also can sign up for email job alerts. You can choose up to 5 job categories in 5 locations and when a job in your categories and locations gets posted you will be emailed that job.