I can give you many suggestions but not sure if all will apply to you. His ability to find a job might depend on the type of work he seeks, his schedule, his transportation and the geographic area. In general, he should network as much as possible. If he's not comfortable doing it in person, he can do it on social sites. He should join LinkedIn Alumni groups for his college and also for his major. He can then post the type of work/schedule he's seeking. Also, check local unemployment offices for postings, staffing firms if he has full days available to work, etc. He can search using the term part time or internship (some are paid). He can also check local Facebook groups about jobs. Of course, he should work with his college's placement office as well. There are some staffing firms that work with individuals having disabilities if he wants to self identify and work with them. I hope this is helpful if there are any specific queries you have do not hesitate to ask.