You Can #ChangeThings and become #CapableInTech
Chronically Capable is committed to building meaningful opportunities to help our community members take their career to the next level. Whether that's connecting you with the right employers, helping you prepare for your job search, or providing you with access to vetted professional development resources, we are here to support you, always.
That's why we are thrilled to announce a new partnership with Flatiron School to provide opportunities for chronically ill and disabled professionals to build a career in tech.
Why Flatiron School? Flatiron School offers a professional-grade curriculum taught by field and experienced industry professionals. Their career coaches help to make you a no-brainer hire. Flatiron School offers 1:1 career coaching, which includes interview prep and resume workshop. You’ll graduate job ready in as little as 15 weeks.
Interested in learning more about becoming #CapableInTech? Click here to learn more and read about our incredible partnership - and stay tuned for more from us in the next few weeks!
Want to learn to code for FREE with Flatiron School? Whether you want to just dabble in coding or are considering starting your journey toward a career in software engineering, Flatiron School's workshops that help you learn to code for free are the perfect place to start.
Chronically Capable's website and digital assets are not only fully compliant with the ADA but are elevated to the worldwide standards of WCAG.
We are thrilled to announce a new partnership with Flatiron School to provide opportunities for chronically ill and disabled professionals to build a career in tech.
Chronically Capable is excited to announce our new partnership with IndeCollective: The Modern MBA, for the Modern Independent Worker.
Disability is diverse. Just because someone may not appear to be disabled at first glance does not mean that an individual may be disabled / chronically ill.
Many disability advocates and supporters believe that using person-first language helps people remember they are speaking with a person who has dignity, feelings, and rights.
Club Capable was designed to be a space for discovering and connecting with others in our community. Club Capable is the first community designed for chronically ill and disabled professionals to get advice, seek help navigating a job search, and access exclusive events and resources.
If we don’t see leadership standing up as role models and mentors, people will not feel comfortable disclosing.
If you want to be the best employee that you can be, you have to know your strengths. It is as simple as that, whether you are disabled or able-bodied. In the case of being disabled, I have found for myself that it can be hard to know how I benefit a workplace when I do not feel like I fit the general mold for what makes a good employee.