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Workforce Recruitment Program

What is WRP (Workforce Recruitment Program)?

It is a recruitment program for students and recent graduates with disabilities, and serves as a primary pipeline for bringing new talent into the federal government.

What are the benefits of participating in the WRP?

  • Find an internship or permanent position at federal agencies
  • Explore careers in the federal service
  • Gain interviewing experience

Who is eligible for WRP?

  • US Citizen
  • Have an intellectual disability, physical disability, or psychiatric disability (verified by a licensed professional)
  • Current, full-time, degree-seeking, post-secondary student
  • Alumni who graduated NOT before April 2016

How to register?

  1. Navigate to wrp.gov and click on Student Registration.
  2. Complete the “Student Self Registration” page.
  3. Student Registration needs to be approved. The career coach at AAAC, Ashley Kuznia, will be checking and approving the names daily.  
  4. After it has been approved, students will receive an e-mail from info@wrp.gov containing: Username: (the e-mail you used to register) / Password : (temporary password).
  5. Change the temporary password to a permanent password.
  6. Upload a transcript by following these steps.
    • Log into my.ku.edu
    • Click on My Progress
    • Click on Print Advising Report
    • Save and upload the Advising Report as transcript
  7. Upload a resume.
  8. Students will receive an e-mail from Ashley Kuznia containing confirmation of their completed application and information on the interview with WRP recruiter

Remember of these important dates!

Aug 28th: Registration opens
Oct 13th: Registration closes
Oct 17th: Last day to upload your transcript and resume (if you have registered)

Have any questions or need help with your resume?

Contact or set up a meeting with Ashley Kuznia: akuznia@ku.edu / (785) 864-3624

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