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Career Planning and Job Search Resources

  • helps students with disabilities explore the five Pre-Employment Transition Services
  • Explore careers and find related education and training programs on Minnesota's Career and Education Explorer
  • Explore careers, plan your education or get tips on finding a job at Minnesota State's CAREERwise Education site
  • My Next Move is a career exploration tool designed for use by students to learn about careers and match their interests to career options
  • Minnesota's Creative Job Search provides the sound insights and practical advice you need to plan and launch a successful job search
  • CareerForce is a searchable online jobs database. View thousands of job listings from private employers statewide
  • Understand job accommodations (also known as "reasonable accommodations"): A reasonable accommodation is a change to a work site or job that makes it possible for an otherwise qualified employee with a disability to do the job. The Job Accommodation Network (JAN) is the leading source of free, expert, and confidential guidance on workplace accommodations and disability employment issues.
  • The Autism Speaks Employment Tool Kit can help you research, find and keep employment in the current, competitive labor market
  • The Minnesota Employment Resource Guide outlines a series of exercises to prepare students with disabilities for graduation and competitive integrated employment

The pre-employment transition services provided under the VR program are funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Education with a state match. For federal fiscal year 2023, the total amount of federal grant funds used for these services $7,113,807.

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