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Employment, Internship, and Volunteer Opportunities

Employment Opportunities

Executive Director: Autism Society San Diego


The Autism Society San Diego runs many camps and programs for local individuals and families impacted by autism. The Executive Director, along with the President and Board of Directors, oversees the administration, operations, programs, and the strategic plan of the organization; website operations; management of grant applications and funding; development, including on-line and off-line fundraising; marketing and public relations; strategic planning; hiring volunteers and/or outsource vendors; and budgeting, accounting, and management of funds.


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Jobtoberfest: Job and Resources Fair for People with Disabilities

When: October

The SDCEPD works to promote employment opportunities for persons with disabilities through community action, providing free training to businesses and collaboration with public and private organizations. We accomplish our mission through:

Jobtoberfest: An Annual Job Fair for People with Disabilities, held in October during National Disability Employment Awareness Month. The largest in San Diego with National Recognition!

Disability Training Committee: Serve as a resource for employers to education, promote and guide them with any questions, concerns or topics regarding supports in the community on how to best employ an individual with disabilities.

KSM Scholarship: to promote employment opportunities for persons with disabilities through scholarship for post-secondary school education and training

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Career Connections - West Coast

Where: Berkeley, CA

When: Postponed


The Career Connections - West Coast event is an opportunity for STEM, Business, and Finance graduates, who identify as a person with a disability, to meet some inclusive employers. During this event candidates will have the opportunity to meet one on one with employers, like Accenture, Amazon, BAE Systems, Bank of America, etc, for informational interviews and network in an open reception. It’s an excellent venue to make some new connections and to potentially receive an invitation to interview with companies post event.

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Internship Opportunities

Media Accessibility Intern: Harpers Ferry Center

Application Due: February 19, 2021

HFC’s Media Accessibility intern will work on specific projects, products and resources that promote accessibility and provide guidance to staff and the field. A primary focus includes assistance, coordination and outreach to park partners, stakeholders and users for the special project, UniDescription, to audio describe print materials. This project ensures a fundamental level of access to each park’s history and resources for visitors who are blind or have low vision. In addition to coordination activities, the intern will, through asynchronous training, learn how to write audio description and produce audio described media, with a primary focus on brochures. Other areas of focus include researching accessibility requirements, compiling instructive, media accessibility examples, drafting notated guides, and assisting in training opportunities and promotion of materials that contribute to best practices and guidelines for media accessibility. Cultivation of stakeholder relationships in and outside of HFC and the NPS and collaboration on work teams is also an integral part of the work process. In addition to benefitting persons with disabilities (and their families and friends) who make up part of the NPS’s visiting public, NPS staff in the field, at regional levels and within HFC will benefit from the products created.

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Volunteer Opportunities

Learn more about UC San Diego's annual Disability Awareness Month, recognized each October.

There are currently no volunteer opportunities.

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