Resources for Special Student Populations
The Office of Career Education and its staff celebrates and supports all Marshall students and alumni. We provide resources and services to meet the career development and job search needs of Marshall’s diverse student and alumni populations. Feel free to review these resources that are available to you!
- Best Places to Work for LGBTQ+ Equality 2022
- Where do employers stand in the movement for LGBTQ equality? Search companies, municipalities, and healthcare facilities to see how they rate on HRC’s Corporate, Municipal, and Healthcare Equality Indices — benchmarks of LGBTQ-inclusive policies, practices, and benefits of our nation’s employers.
- LGBTQ Workplace Resource Guide
- Resource Guide
- Self-disclosure form
Students with Disabilities
- Employment Resources – The College Program for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (marshall.edu) The College Program highly values and emphasizes the career success of its graduates. Students have access to support regarding career planning, resume and cover letter development, internship/job placement, advocacy and disclosure planning, and more through our full-time support program.
- Youth, Disclosure, and the Workplace Why, When, What, and How
- This Employment with a Disability Resource Guide, created by VelvetJobs, includes resources to help an employer become familiar with rules and laws that outline employment rights for a person with a disability. It also covers important topics including job-seeking strategies, acts and government resources, language and groups and associations.”
DID YOU KNOW?
Legal Information Hotline: Tuesday Legal Connect- 1-800-642-3617
Drivers Lisence lost due to court fines: https://www.lawv.net/Resources/Self-Help-Library/Individual-Rights/Drivers-License-Suspension-for-Failure-to-Pay-Court-Fines
Replace Important Documents:https://www.lawv.net/Resources/Self-Help-Library/Consumer/Replacing-Lost-or-Damaged-Vital-Documents