An online Letter of Accommodations (LOA) Request Form is available for students. You can ONLY submit this Request Form online if you are already registered at the Disability Resource Center. If you are requesting an LOA for the first time or if you need to make any changes to your accommodations, please schedule a meeting with your Disability Specialist.
If you want to register for services at the Disability Resource Center, a new online Confidential Student Registration Form is now available. Before your intake appointment you can fill out this confidential online form in preparation for your meeting with your Disability Specialist. You will need your UIC Net ID and password to fill out this online form.
Watch here for career training and employment opportunities with the Federal government sponsored by the Disability Resource Center, Office of Veteran Student Affairs, the Office Career Services and the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
The Career Pathways to the Federal Government Event site provides detailed information on scheduled seminars that will give you step-by-step guidance on how to find the job of your choice, how to prepare a winning federal resume and how to prepare for an interview with the EPA and other government agencies.
Additionally, there will be frequent postings of vacancy announcements for internship and permanent employment opportunities with the EPA and other federal government agencies.
For more info concerning Career Pathways to the Federal Government events or if you need accommodations for any of our career training and employment opportunities please contact email@example.com
The Pathways Program provides three clear opportunities for internships and full-time employment in the federal government. This program will provide individuals who are in school or who have recently graduated with greater access to jobs and internships in the Federal government, as well as meaningful training, mentoring and career development opportunities. It is comprised of the Internship Program, Recent Graduates Program and the Presidential Management Fellows Program.
For more information about the Pathways Program and other avenues for employment in the federal government go to their Web site.