MATC's TechConnect Program - for MATC students and graduates (login required)
The Division of Workforce Solutions (DWS) develops and maintains employment-focused
programs that enable employers to hire and retain the workforce they
need and that provide individuals and families with services that
enable them to achieve financial well being as members of Wisconsin's
workforce. DWS delivers services through public-private partnerships
and a statewide network of Job Centers.
Personified Career Builder (white paper) - Click here!
Wall Street Journal - Best and Worst Jobs (article) - Click here!
Linking business and jobseekers with disABILITIES.
Thousands of job postings and resumes, hundreds of companies, special
sections for college students, industry-specific sites, and more.
Headhunter.net strives to be a valuable resource for both the employer
and the job seeker.
Careers Online -
Advanced Staffing Solutions
College Grad Job
One-stop entry-level job search shopping for college students and
recent grads. Includes information on resumes, jobs, interviewing,
offer negotiation and more!
Working with companies, government and non-profits to employ people
Job Search for Technology
Search JobWeb's database of "Job Postings" for current openings
or JobWeb's "Employer Profiles" for company information.
Many of the profiles provide links back to the employer's home page,
where you'll often find current job openings listed.
Provides local job listings and links to upcoming job fairs and employment open houses.
The Workforce Development Centers of Waukesha, Ozaukee and Washington
Counties are public/private ventures providing free or low-cost services
for employers and job seekers in a One-Stop Employment and Training
Note: In addition to the above resources, please review the list
of BAC companies that support AbilityConnection.
Disability References & Resources [return
on Work and Disability in the United States, 1998
Chartbook on Work and Disability in the United States is a reference
on work and disability in the United States population, created for
use by both non-technical and technical audiences. The book is a resource
for agencies, employers, organizations, policymakers, researchers
and others concerned with the relationship between disability and
The Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund, Inc. is the leading
national law and policy center in disability civil rights. DREDF was
founded in 1979 by a unique alliance of adults with disabilities and
parents of children with disabilities.
Global applied disability research and information network on employment
Job Accommodation Network (JAN) is not a job placement service, but
an international toll-free consulting service that provides information
about job accommodations and the employability of people with disabilities.
JAN also provides information regarding the Americans with Disabilities
Problem provided by SPR Inc.
Small Business and Self-Employment Service
Security Administration Office of Employment Support Programs
Mission of the SSA is to promote the employment of Social Security
beneficiaries with disabilities by designing policies that make work
pay, promoting research and program innovation, educating the public
about programs and services that facilitate entry into the workforce,
and partnering with other public and private groups to remove employment
barriers for people with disabilities.
Department of Justice Americans with Disabilities Act
Information, resources and research regarding the employment of people
Employment Guides & References [return
Equal Opportunity Publications
Primarily targets the college market. Publishes magazines: "Workforce
Diversity", "Careers & the Disabled", "Equal
Opportunity, "Woman Engineer", "Minority Engineer".
U.S. Equal Employment