UC Berkeley class prepares disabled students for competitive job market

UC Berkeley class prepares disabled students for competitive job market

UC Berkeley News Center | April 23, 2012 | By Yasmin Anwar

If it’s a tough job market out there for able-bodied college graduates, imagine how employment prospects might look to students with cerebral palsy or a muscular or neurodegenerative disease.

Take Jade Theriault, a freshman at the University of California, Berkeley, who uses a wheelchair and worries about how to discuss with a prospective employer the workplace accommodations she will need due to spinal muscular atrophy.

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One Response to UC Berkeley class prepares disabled students for competitive job market

  1. Francisco says:

    Finally i quit my day job, now i earn a lot of money
    on-line you should try too, just type in google – blackhand roulette
    system

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