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Career and Future Planning


Students with disabilities may be eligible for a wide variety of scholarship opportunities. Please follow the link to the list of scholarships.

Exams After Trinity

You may be eligible for accommodations on exams (e.g., GRE, Fundamentals of Engineering Exam, LSAT) if you have been receiving services during your time at Trinity. An SAS representative can assist you in the process of applying for accommodations. Please schedule an appointment at least 2 months prior to your intended exam date (as these requests may take extended time to process).

Career Planning


The Workforce Recruitment Program is a recruitment and referral program that connects public and private sector employers nationwide to college students and recent graduates with disabilities. The WRP is co-sponsored by the US Department of Labor, the Department of Defense and participating organizations throughout the United States. The WRP gives students in all fields of study the opportunity to market their abilities to a wide variety of potential employers across the United States. The program is a good way to gain valuable skills and experience.

Emerging Leaders is a competitive program that places undergraduate and graduate students with disabilities in fulfilling summer internships and provides them with leadership development opportunities. Emerging Leaders partners with businesses to help them find outstanding young talent while also considering diversity and inclusion in their hiring practices.

Each year, the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) hosts two Summer Internship Programs for College Students with Disabilities in Washington, D.C., providing paid travel to and from D.C. paid fully-accessible housing, and living stipends. These programs are generously funded by the Mitsubishi Electric America Foundation (MEAF) and Microsoft Corporation.

EntryPoint! is a program of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) offering outstanding internship opportunities for students with apparent and non-apparent disabilities in science, engineering, mathematics, computer science, and some fields of business.


It is important to realize that there are differences to the accommodation process between college and employment. Should you disclose to an employer that you have a disability? If so, when should you disclose? Who should you contact if you need an accommodation?

The resources below can help answer many of these questions.

Career Opportunities for Students with Disabilities

Job Accommodation Network

Office of Disability Employment Policy

The Riley Guide