The ANU EmployAbility Hub provides information, resources and support to assist students and graduates with a disability, illness or injury in their transition to employment, this hub can be accessed by all students.
The program is open to students from all disciplines, and accepts applications from Australian citizens, permanent residents and international students with full working rights in Australia.
Positive Action towards Career Engagement or PACE Mentoring connects jobseekers with disability to mentors from leading Australian businesses.
To complete an application for Stepping Into: https://www.tfaforms.com/420924
To view the brochure click here.
A great resource covering most aspects of working while managing disability/mental health condition. It is a collaboration between NDCO and Western Sydney Uni.
myWAY Employability is a smart web platform designed specifically to help young people on the autism spectrum plan and prepare for their working life. myWAY Employability guides young people though a series of questions to help them identify their strengths, interests, learning and environmental preferences, and then matches this information to potential relevant careers and employment pathways. myWAY Employability provides scaffolded goal setting, to break goals into smaller action lists to track progress.
You can also make a complaint or seek advice from:
GradWISE is a graduate program, developed by WISE Employment in conjunction with Australian Universities. The program is designed to empower graduates and tertiary students living with a disability, mental, physical health condition or injury aspire, develop and thrive in graduate and entry level employment.
For more information visit: https://wiseemployment.com.au/gradwise/
To download the GradWise student Brochure click here.
Having a conversation with your manager about your mental health can feel daunting. You might be worried about negative reactions or being treated differently, or just unsure of what to say. You’re generally under no obligation to tell your employer about your condition, but making them aware means you’ll be able to access any support you need. Remember that people are unable to help if they don’t know what’s going on.
Click here to find out more: http://bit.ly/havingtheconversation