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San Diego State University

SDSU Division of Student Affairs

Workability IV

SDSU Career Services and Student Disability Services co-administer the on-campus Workability IV Program, serving about 300 students annually. WorkAbility IV is a partnership of SDSU and the State of California Department of Rehabilitation. Learn more about the WorkAbility IV patnership.


How WorkAbility IV helps employers

WorkAbility IV provides workforce recruitment for government employers and defense, who have requirements for hiring disabled employees. 


How WorkAbility IV helps students

WorkAbility IV helps SDSU students and alumni with disabilities to achieve their career goals. The program promotes access and offers enhanced career services that empower students to:

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An Award-Winning Program
The WorkAbility IV program has won awards from California's Department of Rehabilitation, and for 3 years it has ranked first in the state for successful client placements.

  • Choose, plan, and prepare for a career
  • Meet academic and career requirements
  • Secure and retain employment

Employing Veterans

SDSU ranks as one of the nation's most veteran-friendly universities, according to Military Times Edge.

Student veterans may suffer from a variety of disabilities. Workability IV helps you find qualified veterans to hire, and helps them find employent while they work toward their degree. (Content from James needed here.)


Veterans Career and Resource Fair 2010


In continuing to grow services for the university's Veteran's Program Career Services offered its first Veteran's Career and Resource Fair in 2010.