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Getting a Job!


Getting a Job!The Getting a Job! online training was developed and designed for students who are deaf or hard of hearing and the professionals who work with them.  Focusing on the transition from school to work, the training offers a series of activities, supporting documents and topical videos designed to help the job seeker prepare for the world of work.  All the videos in the modules are presented in ASL, and are also voiced in English and captioned.

This eLearning course can be completed in multiple sessions, or all at once.  Students can document their thoughts, lessons and important papers in their own Career Planning Log.  Completing all the activities and assignments will earn a student a “Verification of Completion,” which the student can print.

Click here to access the eLearning Getting a Job! course


*Getting a Job Supporting Documents PDF file available below.




Charlotte, North Carolina

SERID 2014 “Refueling Our Consumers” will be an exciting opportunity for professionals involved in the Deaf, Hard of...  

PEPNet has been a valuable resource to the University of Arizona for years. Using the listserv, we’ve been able to con...

PEPNet has been a valuable resource to the University of Arizona for years. Using the listserv, we’ve been able to connect with other disability and higher education professionals and stay in up-to-date on emerging issues in deafness and education nationwide. We’ve even been able to locate and hire interpreters for study abroad assignments using the PEPNet network! Most recently, we were in need of information on amplification systems to support our city-wide book festival. The PEPNet team connected us with a colleague with extensive knowledge in assistive listening devices. Using the resources she provided, we found a perfect solution and were even able to serve as a source of information for another service provider who was seeking similar information. PEPNet is like having a team of colleagues in your pocket.


- Carol Funckes, Associate Director of Disability Resource Center, University of Arizona

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