This section contains resources that aim to help support the career development of young Canadians with disabilities.
This toolkit is a constant work in progress; we’ll always be adding and updating resources as new information is found and as we expand our database. Please enjoy what we have so far and stay tuned for more updates coming soon!
Learning from the experience of others can help us expand our perspective and knowledge without going through pitfalls. Would you like to learn how to advance your career through the life experiences and perspectives of these amazing individuals, including those living with disabilities?
- Perspectives Series: Youth with Disabilities and Employment
- Transitions to Work for People with a Disability
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