Queensborough Community College

UPDATED: December 20, 2021

CUNY LEADS (Linking Employment, Academics and Disability Services)

LEADS is a CUNY-wide program that provides students with disabilities the skills to make realistic academic and career choices. Many services are available to support students throughout their job search and help them develop successful careers.

Students interested in participating in the CUNY LEADS Program are encouraged to register with SSD (Services for Students with Disabilities Office). This is a program that all students with disabilities can benefit from! If you would like to take advantage of any of our great services, please schedule an appointment to meet with our CUNY LEADS Advisor to determine how we can best assist you on your path to success! Veterans and all students with disabilities are welcome, even if you haven't registered with SSD.

What services are provided by the CUNY LEADS Program?
Each campus has a CUNY LEADS Advisor who provides every student with individualized guidance and support based on their needs. The program provides extensive services to students which include:

  • Academic advisement
  • Career counseling and Exploration
  • Job Preparation Assistance
    • Job search skills
    • Resumes and Cover Letters
    • Interview preparation
    • Mock Interviews
    • Internship and Volunteer opportunities
    • Job placement assistance
  • Self-Advocacy skills

Who may be eligible for the CUNY LEADS Program?
CUNY students with disabilities who are currently registered in:

  • Degree or Non-degree programs
  • Adult and Continuing programs
  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • No Cost
  • N/A


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