Published on October, 2014

Career Profile: Locksmith

October 30th, 2014; By Susan Huebert

When people need help, they have to call the right person. If they need to go somewhere, they might call a taxi service or get a ride from a friend. […]

How to Prepare for a STEM Career

October 30th, 2014; By Teodora Pasca

Ever wonder how Albert Einstein got started? How about Isaac Newton or even Steve Jobs? If you’re interested in learning about the world around you and how it works, STEM […]

Welcome to the New Community Living Pathway on JobsPeopleDo.com!

October 23rd, 2014; By Jasmin Bollman

JobsPeopleDo.com is proud to introduce our new Community Living Pathway, your link to the most up-to-date information for students with disabilities. Featuring scholarships, information on transitioning from high school to […]

Tips to Help Students With LD Pass High-Stakes Tests

October 23rd, 2014; By National Center for Learning Disabilities

A growing number of students now take tests that determine whether they will advance to the next grade level. If students do not pass these tests, they may be held […]

Transition Programs for Students with Disabilities

October 23rd, 2014; By NEADS

One of the best ways students can get a sense of what to expect when beginning a post-secondary program is to talk with people who have first-hand experience in such […]

Campus Disability Services

October 23rd, 2014; By NEADS

If you’re a student with a disability looking at your post-secondary options, we’ve provided a handy link to the NEADS website where you can access information about campus disability services […]

Common Problems and Easy Solutions in the Workplace for People with LD

October 23rd, 2014; By National Center for Learning Disabilities

Here are some typical job problems which cause difficulty for people with learning disabilities, such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, or dysgraphia. They are followed by possibilities for reasonable accommodations: Job problem: You have severe difficulty […]