Study Skills Workshops!

Posted September 19, 2013 in Academic & Other Workshops, General, Students with Disabilities

Would you like to learn how to become a successful student? Are you interested in learning new study skills to help you succeed? Do you just want to learn HOW to study?

UB’s office of Accessibility Resources is offering a 6-week study skills workshop! Over the 6-weeks, you will learn many skills, from time management, to preparing for a test, to note-taking. You can attend all or part of the series to learn skills to help you succeed.

Sessions will be held either Wednesday’s or Thursday’s depending on student availability.

For more information or to sign-up, contact Kala Rounds at


Participate in the Workforce Recruitment Program!

Posted September 9, 2013 in General, Students with Disabilities

Are you a student with a disability seeking employment? A Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP) Recruiter will be interviewing students from UB this fall! The WRP is a recruitment program for college students and recent graduates with disabilities, and serves as a primary pipeline for bringing new talent into the federal government.

Participating in the WRP is an excellent way to:
o Find an internship or permanent position at federal agencies
o Explore careers in the federal service
o Gain interviewing experience

For more information, go to:

Registration is open at:

To sign up for an interview, contact Kristin Harte in UB’s office of Accessibility Resources at 716-645-5589 or at


Career Opportunities for Students with Disabilities!

Posted July 15, 2013 in Exploring Majors & Careers, General, Students with Disabilities

Career Gateway is a nationwide recruitment site specifically focused on college students with disabilities at any higher education institution. It allows employers to have a central point to find students with disabilities instead of searching among multiple schools.

Career Gateway is FREE for students and allows students to post their resumes, browse jobs, and directly communicate with employers who are seeking them.

Students can access Career Gateway through Career Opportunities for Students with Disabilities (COSD). Visit COSD today at!

For additional information about COSD, contact Alan Muir, Executive Director at