Career Services and Employer Relations

The mission of DRES Career Services is to meet the individualized career preparation needs of students with visible and/or invisible disabilities by:

  • providing customized career readiness experiences
  • collaborating with allies and the career services community across campus
  • partnering with corporations to promote disability hiring and workplace accommodations

DRES has over 4000 students registered with a disability and 75% (of that 4000) have a non-visible disability such as: ADHD, Autism Spectrum, anxiety, depression, chronic health conditions…(and more)

Career advising at DRES offers a confidential and collaborative experience to work with an advisor to address your goals while exploring your values, skills, personality, and interests.  You will be supported through the process of deciding to apply for internships, graduate school, full or part-time positions, or whatever plan you decide to make with your career moving forward.

Students can SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT to meet with a member of our team through the link below. Appointments can cover to resumes, cover letters, mock interviews, workplace accommodations, career exploration, career fair prep, graduate school prep, LinkedIn, Hand Shake, and more!

Allison Frees-Williams, MSOL

Career Development Coordinator

Jenna Silverman

Graduate Student – Career Development Specialist

Denise Diaz

Undergraduate Career Services Intern – Community Health

Chloe Griffin

Undergraduate Career Services Intern – Social Work

Citlali Tovar

Undergraduate Career Services Intern – Social Work