Everybody makes mistakes, and job interviews are no different. But if you make a mistake in a job interview, it’s not the end of the world–though it might feel that way temporarily. Shelly Goldman, guest blogger on Disability Blog, not only puts interview mistakes into perspective, but she also tells you how to turn it into an advantage. See her whole blog here.Read More »
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Since 1974, CTP has helped hundreds of people with disabilities gain employment and develop their careers.
Do you know a child with a disability who dreams of owning a playhouse? The Silicon Valley Independent Living Center (SVILC) is collaborating with Intel and Habitat for Humanity Silicon Valley to provide accessible playhouses to children with disabilities and their friends through a raffle. One raffle ticket will be drawn every month as long as playhouses are available, but …Read More »
When you are looking for a job, the people you choose for your references could be a crucial element in your actually being offered the job. GettingHired.com has some excellent advice on how to choose your references and how to make the most of their services. You can read the whole article here.Read More »