Why join the MyPlus Students’ Club?

Find your dream job

Jobs and opportunities from disability confident employers

Supercharge your application

Improve your chances of employment with our useful templates

Your tough questions answered

Advice on disability disclosure and tough topics including free eBooks

Make valuable connections

Join events to network with top industry employers

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I would definitely recommend joining the club. The advice and connections I’ve made through the club were a huge help in landing my dream job.

Student from University of Law, Bloomsbury

Helping students realise their potential

MyPlus Students’ Club exists to offer specialist careers advice to students who have a disability* or long term health condition. By working with top graduate recruiters and university services our sole intention is to help students identify and realise new possibilities.

Find your dream job

Browse all the latest internships and graduate schemes from disability confident employers sorted by deadline. For more specific information on support and the recruitment process, see our employer profiles.

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View free resources

In the Resource section, we have a variety of tools; ebooks, templates, and tips to help you be open with employers about a disability, account for differences in your application and request adjustments in the recruitment process. The resources will continue to grow and develop, and we hope that you find them useful as you apply for jobs and prepare for interviews.

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Need career inspiration? 

Here, you’ll find graduate and student success stories, career blogs and application advice from our incredible community of disability confident students, recruiters and career advisers.

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*Disability and long term health conditions include, but are not limited to: visual and hearing impairments, mobility impairments, Asperger’s Syndrome, diabetes, epilepsy, dyslexia, dyspraxia, mental health conditions, speech impairments and major illnesses such as cancer and MS.

“Not many other organisations offer advice on as wide range of careers across a number of industries. The website provides very specific, practical advice on issues that affect disabled students.”

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