Date of Award
Master of Education (MEd)
This evidence-based, qualitative study explored the experiences of college graduates with disabilities who are employed. The study used criterion-based analysis and examined the ways these graduates participated in internships, communicated, and the navigations in general that led directly to employment success. Data was collected from programs that resulted in successfully employed college graduates with disabilities, empirical studies, and case studies. The study ends with a consideration of the findings in light of theory and implications to practice. Suggestions for future research are also made pointing to the immense gaps in the literature pertaining to the process of becoming a successfully employed college graduate with a disability.
Brake, Elizabeth E., "Bridges to Employment for College: Graduates with Disabilities" (2016). Graduate Education Student Scholarship. 7.