Services for Students with Disabilities

Greetings Students-

Welcome back to campus! We are looking forward to kicking off the Fall Semester with you all!

The University Career Center (UCC) offers many opportunities for you to learn about various internships and jobs, and many take place early in the Fall semester and we want to help you connect the dots. During upcoming events, You can engage with different employers and graduates schools to discuss opportunities for all majors.

Programs for Students with Disabilities

I wanted to let you know as the campus coordinator for Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP) the online application system is live.

If WRP is new for you it is a federal government sponsored recruitment and referral program that connects college students and recent graduates with disabilities to paid summer internships and full-time positions. I’m excited to work with you and look forward to building a positive relationship. 

I wanted to send you information about The Workforce Recruitment Program because it is a great opportunity for students with disabilities. Since we either collaborate quite often and/or are both involved in programming initiatives over the semester I wanted to share the registration information for students.

Important Dates and Information

Application Registration is open starting 8/27/2018

Application deadline: FRIDAY October 12th, 2018 4:00 PM EST

Mandatory Meeting: Wednesday, October 3rd, 11am – 12pm

Location: University Career Center, 3rd Floor Student Activities Building 

Please Note Email Joelle Fundaro Randall,, if you can't make the meet on Wednesday, October 3rd, by October 1st if you can't make the meeting.  

If you have more questions please see the attached document. 

Check out these important Fall semester recruitment events:

  • Consulting & Finance Career Fair: Friday, September 7. More than 30 employers who hire for roles in consulting and finance will attend. All undergraduate students interested in work related to consulting and finance are encouraged to attend.

  • Meet the Interns event: Wednesday, September 12, 6-8 pm on the Diag. This event helps you prepare for recruitment fairs. You can connect with other U-M students to learn about their past internship experiences and get the inside scoop on the hiring process. This is a casual and relaxed event - no employers will be present and casual dress is recommended. Plus there will be plenty of food, treats, and free swag!

  • Fall Job and Internship Fair: Tuesday, September 25 and Wednesday, September 26. This is the largest career fair that the University Career Center hosts. More than 180 organization attend each year to meet candidates for both internships and full-time opportunities. Employers from all industries across the US will attend, which maximizes the number of organizations with which you can meet.

  • Policy, Social Change, and Government Fair: Friday, September 28

  • Actuarial Career Expo: Thursday, October 4

  • Law Day: Wednesday, October 10. Connect with representatives from law school programs.

  • International Opportunities Fair: Wednesday, October 24

Preparing for the Fairs:

Many other recruitment events take place on campus to help you prepare to engage with employers and find a job or internship. For more information, you can check out:

We can’t wait to see you! Go Blue!


Joelle Fundaro Randall | Assistant Director

University Career Center — University of Michigan 

3200 SAB, 515 E. Jefferson | Ann Arbor, MI  48109 | 734-764-7460

Pronouns: she, her, hers