WorkAbility IV (that's Roman numeral 4) is a partnership program for SDSU students and alumni with disabilities, promoting access and offering enhanced career services that empower students to:
Services are individualized, provided by counselors experienced with issues of disability, academic preparation and employment, and may include:
Participants must be SDSU students/alumni or California State University alumni AND consumers of the State of California Department of Rehabilitation (DOR). SDSU students with disabilities that are not currently consumers of DOR should contact WorkAbility IV to meet with a DOR Counselor on campus to determine your program eligibility.
Career Services (CS) empowers students and alumni to build bridges to their future by providing resources, programs and counseling on career development, internships and employment.
Featured services include: On-campus Interviewing, Career Fairs, Aztec Career Connection, Workshops, Employer Information Sessions, Career Library, Career Counseling Appointments, Walk-ins and Career Assessments.
SDSU Career Services
Student Services East 1200
Student Disability Services (SDS) provides qualified students with disabilities equal access to higher education through academic support services, technology and advocacy in order to promote their retention and graduation.
SDS provides: Test Accommodation, Course Material in Alternate Formats (e-text, Braille, etc.), Disability Counseling, Faculty and Staff Consulting, Career Counseling, Assistive Technology in the High Tech Center, Interpreting and Captioning Services. The TRiO-Student Support Services grant provides enhanced support for writing, study skills, time management, and financial need to eligible undergraduates who are academically at risk.
Student Disability Services
Calpulli Center 3101
The State of California Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) assists Californians with disabilities to obtain and retain employment and maximize their ability to live independently in their communities.
The Department develops, purchases, provides, and advocates for programs and services with a priority on service for persons with the most significant disabilities. Counselors from DOR are available on campus at SDSU to meet with students, make eligibility determinations and facilitate the provision of career and employment services. Please call 619-594-4840 or e-mail email@example.com.
Department of Rehabilitation
Jeanette Richards MS, CRC