Students with Disabilities

Over the years, CaPS has worked in collaboration with the Office for Students with Disabilities (OSD) to offer a wide variety of services with regard to career exploration and job search strategies.

We continue to hold panel discussions with employers and employees with disabilities from a variety of industries. These are excellent opportunities to talk to professionals about their career paths and job opportunities. We also regularly participate in discussion groups held by the OSD on various job search topics.

CaPS has a designated advisor for students with disabilities. If you have any questions related to career exploration, job search strategies or have a specific question such as, “when and how should I disclose my disability?”, please make an appointment with the Career Advisor, Jesse McClintock, by calling 514-398-3304.


The following websites list information and services to students with disabilities.

Taking charge of ADHD during the job search InfographicPDF icon Taking charge of ADHD during the job search





Recommended Websites - Links to organizations offering services to students with disabilities.

Recommended Books (Available in the McGill Library and also available at CaPS)

  • Job search handbook for people with disabilities
  • Asperger syndrome and employment: What people with Asperger syndrome really really want
  • Developing talents: Careers for individuals with Asperger syndrome and high-functioning autism
  • The ADHD guide to career success: Harness your strengths, manage your challenges
  • The complete guide to getting a job for people with Asperger's syndrome: Find the right career and get hired


Please note that CaPS and McGill do not endorse any particular websites/services; the listing is for your information only.
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