The Right Job for You
Portia Wants a Job: Living with a learning disability
When Portia graduated from high school she had high hopes of getting a job. She lives with a mild intellectual disability and has found there are very few opportunities out there. She has volunteer and work placement experience, but for Portia it’s a roller coaster as she navigates the ups and downs of searching for that one elusive job. Follow Us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/attitudetv Follow Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/attitude_tv See more Videos: http://attitudelive.com
Re-Thinking Disabilities in the Workplace | Chantel Buck | TEDxEustis
In this talk, recorded at TEDxEustis in January 2018, Chantel Buck who serves as the President/CEO of New Vision for Independence, the Leesburg, FL based non-profit organization serving the visually impaired and blind in Lake and Sumter counties believes that blindness does not have to be a barrier to independence. Chantel leverages her Bachelor’s degree in advertising from the University of South Florida and MBA from Western Governors University to empower visually impaired individuals of all ages to be successful. A member of Mensa, Chantel’s mission in life is to always be learning; from braille to budgets, Photoshop to FLSA, technology to tofu, Chantel is a self-proclaimed “human sponge.” She is a Florida native and loves her three kids, chocolate, and Harry Potter. Chantel Buck serves as the President/CEO of New Vision for Independence, the Leesburg-based non-profit organization serving the visually impaired and blind in Lake and Sumter counties. She believes that blindness does not have to be a barrier to independence, and leverages her Bachelor’s degree in advertising from the University of South Florida and MBA from Western Governors University to empower visually impaired individuals of all ages to be successful. A member of Mensa, Chantel’s mission in life is to always be learning; from braille to budgets, Photoshop to FLSA, technology to tofu, Chantel is a self-proclaimed “human sponge.” She is a Florida native and loves her three kids, chocolate, and Harry Potter. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
International Labour Organization
The Ability Factor: Employing people with disabilities makes good business sense
People with disabilities represent an untapped pool of skills that can enhance business. However, people with disabilities frequently face greatbarriers to work that go beyond physical obstacles -- stereotypes and wrong assumptions often prevent this significant chunk of the world population from contributing to the economy. This animation was jointly produced by the International Labour Organization's (ILO) Global Business and Disability Network and the ILO/International Finance Corporation (IFC) Better Work partnership. Find out more about the ILO Global Business and Disability Network: http://www.businessanddisability.org Follow the ILO Global Business and Disability Network on LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/2hgc0hO *********** An audio description version is available at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mktLKnQb47M Closed Captioning is not provided as there are no spoken words or background noise. This video contains instrumental music only.
Pro Tips For Paras
Finding A Job With A Disability / How To + Tips and Tricks
If you're wondering how to find employment when you have disability Steve has some great advice on this topic. I’m Steve Bertrand. I have Cerebral Palsy. I’ve had it all my life. I may sit in a wheelchair but I’ve never let that get in my way. I practice Aikido in my spare time, manage the websites for 350 businesses. I bring a unique perspective on finding your purpose no matter what curve life throws your way. My passion is offering strategies and insights to improve the quality of your life on your own terms. Check out close to 100 Youtube videos, full of free tips and tricks so you can live your best life. Director, Rolling Motivator, and Hand Talker Steve Bertrand Connectors: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.rollingmotivation.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/rollingmotivation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Rollingmotivation Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rollingmotivation/ Twitter: www.twitter.com/rmotivation Contact email: email@example.com Follow on Instagram: Pro Tips For Paras: https://www.instagram.com/protipsforparas/ Tanelle: https://www.instagram.com/tanellebolt/ Follow on Facebook: Pro Tips For Paras: https://www.facebook.com/protipsforparas/ Tanelle: https://www.facebook.com/Tanelles-Journey-671837572912558/ Rad Society Website: https://www.radsociety.ca Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theRADSociety/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/radrecreationadaptedsociety/
Writing a Resume
Successful Resumes - Resume and job application for someone with a disability
http://www.successfulresumes.com.au/ - A few tips on creating a resume and job application for someone with a disability. "All our people specialise in creating winning resumes to sell you, some can help improve your skills at the interview, while others can assist you to build career direction through informal discussion or focused professional counselling." Locate a Successful Resumes professional in your area - http://www.successfulresumes.com.au/branch_locations.html
First Resume Tips: How to Make a Resume with No Work Experience | Indeed Career Tips
First resume? Even with no work experience, your resume is how you show you have what it takes to do the job and deserve an interview. In this video, we share first resume tips based on the latest resume writing best practices. We also discuss resume formatting tips, while providing resume examples to help you brainstorm ideas. If you stick around until the end of the video, we uncover a tactic that can help you impress recruiters. You don’t want to miss this! 00:00 Intro 00:38 The purpose of a resume in application process 01:16 Create a resume and define your format 03:31 Use your resume to display your highlights 04:25 Create an objective statement for your resume 05:15 Include your education on your resume 06:32 How to add relevant coursework to your resume 06:45 Think beyond professional experience 09:05 Include both soft & hard skills to your resume 10:07 Use language from job descriptions to tailor your resume 11:32 Recap Hundreds of resume samples: https://go.indeed.com/GHG6EK How to write a resume summary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HjNk6MVpWsM&list=PL6qIzGkkiXFEeNoj2cZbcwzD9yUPAv7ax&index=49 More Indeed career tips: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6qIzGkkiXFEeNoj2cZbcwzD9yUPAv7ax Resume skills & strategies: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDLJd-98Bls&list=PL6qIzGkkiXFEeNoj2cZbcwzD9yUPAv7ax&index=14 Find your next job: https://go.indeed.com/findjobs https://www.facebook.com/Indeed https://twitter.com/indeed https://www.instagram.com/indeedworks/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/indeed-com/ https://youtu.be/NRTs4HsICI8 Indeed is the world's #1 job site*, with over 250 million unique visitors** every month from over 60 different countries. We provide free access to search and apply for jobs, post your resume, research companies, and compare salaries. Every day, we connect millions of people to new opportunities. On our YouTube channel, you’ll find tips and personal stories to help you take the next step in your job search. The information in this video is provided as a courtesy. Indeed is not a legal advisor and does not guarantee job interviews or offers. *Comscore, Total Visits, September 2021 **Google Analytics, Unique Visitors, February 2020 **Terms, conditions and quality standards apply. #firstresume #resume #resumetips #Indeed
How To Write A Resume With Little or No Work Experience - Resume Template
How To Write A Resume With Little or No Work Experience - Resume Template ❤ Grab The Career Advancement Toolkit TODAY: https://heatheraustin.online/toolkit ❤ FREE SAMPLE RESUME TEMPLATE: https://heatheraustin.online/free-resume-template/ ❤ FREE RESUME WRITING MASTERCLASS: https://heatheraustin.online/freeclass/ Whether you’re entering the workforce for the very first time or you’ve had a gap in your work history, it might feel like you're jumping through hoops to come up with content for your resume. The good news is, you can focus on other sections in your resume to impress an employer and help them see you are an ideal candidate for the job. In this video, you’ll learn: • How to write a resume with little to no work experience. • How to write a better resume if you have limited work experience. • Resume writing tips if you are writing a resume for the first time. • How to write an entry-level resume with no experience. -- 00:00 Intro 01:58 Tip 1 - Include a summary 02:25 Tip 2 - Focus on education and training 03:11 Tip 3 - Add selected achievements 04:02 Tip 4 - Include Volunteer Experience 04:56 Tip 5 - Add special skills 05:36 Tip 6 - Include professional memberships 06:11 Tip 7 - Add language competencies 06:45 Six-Second Resume WANT TO LAND YOUR DREAM JOB OFFER? TAKE A LOOK AT THESE RESOURCES: **GRAB THE CAREER ADVANCEMENT TOOLKIT** https://heatheraustin.online/toolkit **FREE RESUME WRITING MASTERCLASS** https://heatheraustin.online/freeclass **LEARN MORE ABOUT WORLD-CLASS CAREER ACADEMY** https://heatheraustin.online/learn **JOIN A FREE COMMUNITY OF PROFESSIONALS ON FACEBOOK** https://heatheraustin.online/club **BOOK YOUR PRIVATE ONE-ON-ONE CAREER CONSULTATION** https://heatheraustin.online/coaching LET’S CONNECT ON SOCIAL! Website: https://heatheraustin.online LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/heather-austin/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/professor.heather.austin/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProfessorAustin/ For more videos on how to write a resume with limited work experience, what this: How to Write The BEST Resume in 2021 - NEW Template and Examples INCLUDED https://youtu.be/r_Wf532f5X4 #resumetips
Should I disclose my disability in my resume?
Whether you have a visible or invisible disability, should you disclose that in your resume? *Jobpostings.ca is Canada’s top online student job network, helping post-secondary students find their first internships, co-ops, and entry-level jobs to launch their careers. MENTIONED IN THE VIDEO Video: How to turn your disability into a strength https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6-fyDdz0Na4&t=51s FIND A JOB TODAY Find your next entry-level job:http://www.jobpostings.ca Subscribe to job alerts: http://www.jobpostings.ca/student/register Companies hiring now: http://www.jobpostings.ca/company-profiles Search jobs by location: http://www.jobpostings.ca/locations Search jobs by industry: http://www.jobpostings.ca/industries Read career guides on different industries: http://www.jobpostings.ca/career-guides Learn more about your post-grad options: http://www.jobpostings.ca/school-profiles Read more job tips: http://www.jobpostings.ca/career-planning Read + write internship / co-op reviews: http://www.rankmyinternship.ca/ (*Jobpostings.ca is only accessible in Canada.) JP NETWORK Read Canadian reviews about internships: https://www.rankmyinternship.ca SOCIAL + JOBPOSTINGS.CA Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/jobpostingsca Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/jobpostingsca Linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/groups/jobpostingsca-4160204 JOB HUNT SERIES This video is part of the Jobpostings.ca Job Hunt video series designed to help students and recent graduates gain modern and practical job hunting insights and skills. Our series will cover the various stages of the job hunting process, from Self-Assessment to Resume and Cover Letters to Job Searching to Networking to Interviewing to the First Three Months on the Job. The series is funded in part by the Ontario Development Media Corporation, Interactive Digital Media fund. CREDITS Andrea Jenna | Host Nathan and Mark Laurie | Executive producers David Tal | Producer, writer | @DavidTalWrites Anthony Capano | Creative Director David Cain | Camera T. Tieu | Video Editor
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Get the Job ... Keep the Job!
The RCIL (Regional Center for Independent Living) Departments of Youth Leadership and Employment present "Get the Job . . . Keep the Job!", a youth work readiness video . . . a student production, student cast and crew, and a lot of fun! This unique open-captioned video is by youth with disabilities and for youth with -- and without -- disabilities. It is an overview of the right and wrong ways to apply for a job and give an interview; as well as how to request reasonable accommodations, and how to KEEP your job! It also features music, used with permission, by legendary band Toad the Wet Sprocket. (Thank you!) This project was made possible by a grant from RochesterWorks!
Interviewing with a disability
Advice to candidate with a disability based on my own experience. Videos linked to thank you notes: A simple example of a deadly mistake: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rbLCeKxzXGs 2 questions for each of the 14 prinicples at Amazon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n2KvE7Q5wSo Interview prep checklist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEAAdPZLtq0 ------------------------- Learn how to answer non-technical questions for $50: https://amazoninterview.coach/#services Looking for someone to role-play before your interview? (free) https://amazoninterview.coach/role-play.php
First Job Interview - Interviewing Tips
Your first job interview can help set you on a path to prosperity and career growth. Or it can ensure that you stay unemployed a bit longer. The first job interview is a major financial first in the lives of most people. With some simple preparation and attention to detail, you can present yourself in a way that helps you stand out from the crowd. In this installment of "Financial Firsts" Clearpoint Credit Counseling Solutions presents examples of the "Good" and the "Bad" way to conduct your first job interview. You make the call. To learn more, please visit the Clearpoint Credit Counseling Solutions website: http://www.clearpointcreditcounselingsolutions.org/ Clearpoint Credit Counseling Solutions 8000 Franklin Farms Drive Richmond, VA 23229 (800) 750-2227