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Workforce Recruitment Program
The Workforce Recruitment Program for College Students with Disabilities (WRP). coordinated by the U.S. Department of Labor and the U.S. Department of Defense, is a recruitment and referral program that connects federal and select private sector employers with highly motivated college students and recent graduates with disabilities who are eager to prove their abilities in the workplace through internships or permanent jobs.

How to Apply (Student Registration Starts on August 22, 2022)

Visit and click “Students Register Now!” to get started! Please use a computer or tablet and not a mobile device to register.

Who Can Apply?

Eligible students must:
- have a disability and be eligible under the Schedule A hiring authority
- be a United States citizen (residents of American Samoa and Swains Island)
- be enrolled in a degree program on a substantially full-time basis OR have graduated with a degree in April 2020, or more recently.

Registration and Application Deadline

Registration closes on Thursday, October 13. All application materials must be submitted on the website by October 16 at 11:59pm PST. You will need time to get your registration approved, gather your resume and transcript, and complete your application, so please don’t delay!

For more information or questions about WRP, please contact Alan Fisk at


Are you a Computing Student with a Disability Looking for an Internship?

AccessComputing, a National Science Foundation funded Broadening Participation in Computing Alliance, provides mentoring and funding for career development activities for students with disabilities in computing-related fields. This includes:

MENTORING: Through our online community, students and mentors discuss a variety of topics. It is a place to connect with others to share your successes, ask for suggestions regarding any issues that may arise for you related to your disability, education or employment.

TUTORS: Struggling with a computing course? Each term, AccessComputing can fund a limited number of tutors for project participants.

CONFERENCES: AccessComputing may be able to provide funding for travel, registration, or accessibility-related costs.  While we can't send every student to every event, we do fund many students each year to attend events like Grace Hopper, the Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing, the CSUN Assistive Technology Conference events, among others. 

RESEARCH INTERNSHIPS: Every year AccessComputing funds students with disabilities to participate in the Computing Research Association's Distributed Research Experience for Undergraduates Program.


Age: Participants should be 18+.

Disability: We do require a self-report from you, discussing your disability and the ways in which it creates barriers for you. All information provided on the application is confidential and is only ever reported to the National Science Foundation in an aggregate manner.  

Academics: Participants should be in a computing-related field.


AccessComputing does not have an application deadline; because of the way our funding is designed, we can accept applications at any time throughout the life of the AccessComputing program. We've been around for more than 15 years and have been successful enough that we're on our fifth consecutive NSF grant!

Find the application and more information online.


DREAM Student Organization

DREAM (Disability Rights, Education, Activism, and Mentoring) @ SFSU is a space for disabled students and our allies to:

  • network with each other and professionals
  • advocate for increased accessibility and inclusivity- on campus and in the community
  • empower personal disability identity and exploration

In the 2021-2022 school year, we plan to meet bi-weekly Monday evenings at 6 pm, please check our website and Instagram page for our events.

Support at Home

Support at Home provides assistance to San Francisco residents needing in-home care services, see the flyer.