Disabilities Task Force
Recommendations to New York State for strategies to increase access
5. Career Development and Full Employment Opportunity (continued)
The percentage of college students with disabilities who obtain employment through the career counseling services and programs will be the same as for students without disabilities.
The number of career counseling/placement offices that specifically recruit companies onto campuses that express interest in hiring individuals with disabilities will increase over the next five years.
The percentage of students with disabilities, either in traditional or nontraditional postsecondary education settings, who participate in internships, mentoring programs, clinical practice, field studies or other work experiences outside of class work will increase over the next five years.
The percentage of college students with disabilities who report going on to satisfying jobs and careers will increase over the next five years.