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IDPP Provides Virtual Access to AU Career Center Services

CIDP students participate in virtual faculty chat during residency photoThe Institute on Disability and Public Policy (IDPP) is partnering with the Career Center at American University (AU) to provide virtual access to a host of career center services, including select professional development workshops and virtual advising for students in the Master’s of International Affairs in Comparative and International Disability Policy (CIDP) program.

The first outcome of this enhanced linkage between the IDPP and the Career Center was virtual access to a resume and cover letter-writing workshop hosted by the AU Career Center and the School of International Service on 7 March 2012 from 1:30-2:30pm U.S. EST. While the workshop was held physically in SIS Room 300, virtual participation was open to all students, including CIDP Master’s students, who also received an accessible recording of the workshop afterward.

The strengthened ties between the IDPP and the Career Center ensure that CIDP Master’s students receive access to quality career services and are provided opportunities to enhance their professional development skills.

Participate virtually in the professional development workshop
(Link to Blackboard Collaborate, which can be navigated by a screen reader. American Sign Language interpretation provided in the virtual session. Captions available via Window>Show Closed-Captioning once in virtual session).