The internship and job search process can be overwhelming for any student. The McBurney Disability Resource Center is committed to supporting students with both visible and non-visible disabilities throughout their career exploration and preparation process.
There are many important things to consider when approaching the internship or job search and when applying to graduate programs. Many students may experience confusion when dealing with the following questions:
- Should I disclose my disability?
- What laws apply to me?
- What are my rights when seeking employment?
- What are my rights under the ADA?
- What is a reasonable accommodation?
Here at McBurney we aim to help connect you with employment resources and disability information so that you are an informed job or internship seeker. If you have additional questions please feel free to email the Transition Team.
If you are an employee at UW-Madison looking to request accommodations, you can do so by contacting the Office of Equity and Diversity.
Below you will find quick links to all of the subsequent web pages you can access on this site:
- Understanding Employee Rights
- Career Exploration
- Finding a Job
- Job Application Process
Who We Serve
The McBurney Center has assisted past clients in navigating the transition out of college. Below you will find success stories of some of our clients who are now succeeding in the field of their choosing.
Career Events on Campus
To review upcoming career events being held at UW-Madison, please visit UW's Career Events Calendar.