Career Development Service

Career guidance for dyslexic people

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Please note, this is a very small service and mentors are volunteers. We do our best to help as many people as we can but we have a waiting list and often we signpost to other services which may be able to help more quickly.

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How we can help

Dyslexia Scotland's career service can help dyslexic people to take the next step in their career, whatever stage it may be at. We understand the challenges that dyslexia brings but we also know that people with dyslexia can achieve their potential. Our career guidance and employability support is for dyslexic people of all ages. This small service is led by full time staff member Katie, a Registered Career Development Professional, with support from experienced Career Mentor Volunteers who provide one to one support. The types of help we can offer include:

  • Accessing other services 

  • Understanding your strengths

  • Planning a career path

  • Help with application forms

  • Improving your CV

  • Preparing for job interviews

Enquire about the service through our referral form.

Impact Report

Learn about what we achieved last year around dyslexia and career guidance in this impact report.

Our dyslexia and career resources:

Dyslexia Scotland has a selection of books on dyslexia and career development in our members' resource library. Visit our membership page for more information on how to join.

Existing clients: download the client handbook

Information on dyslexia at work for employees, employers and managers

 Dyslexia Scotland is an affiliate member of the Career Development Institute, the UK's professional body for organisations providing career education, information, advice and guidance.