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College to Career
Santa Rosa Junior College
College to Career
1501 Mendocino Avenue
Pioneer Building
Santa Rosa, CA 95401
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Program Contact Lindsay Eigenauer
Email leigenauer@santarosa.edu
Phone 707.522.2807
Website https://drd.santarosa.edu/c2c

The College to Career Program is a new program designed to help students with intellectual disabilities and/or autism obtain employment in the community in the career area of their choice. C2C is a three-year program culminating in competitive paid employment in Sonoma County for participating students. \ \ Serving a cohort of 20 students annually, C2C is designed to meet the unique needs of students who are challenged with intellectual disabilities and/or autism in postsecondary education and the workforce. C2C is one of five such programs in the State of California and is a cooperative program with the California Department of Rehabilitation.

General
Public or private: Public
Type of school: 2-year community college or junior college
Is this program a federally funded TPSID program? No
Students in this program: Have graduated or exited from high school
Requirements
Requirements for admission to this program:
  • 18+
  • A client of a Regional Center as an individual with an Intellectual Disability and/or Autism A Department of Rehabilitation participant (or eligible to become a Department of Rehabilitation participant) Able to provide or access transportation to and from SRJC and potential work sites in Sonoma County Able to demonstrate the ability to attend classes, work, and other program related activities regularly Able to demonstrate the ability to abide by SRJC’s Student Code of Conduct Able to produce necessary documentation in order to work
Please indicate which disabilities students in this program have:
  • Intellectual disability
  • Autism
Program length: 3 years
Cost
Is this program able to provide federal financial aid as a Comprehensive Transition Program (CTP)? Yes
Students pay for the program in the following ways:
  • Tuition Waivers
  • Vocational Rehabilitation Funds
  • Federal Financial Aid
Academic
Students take these types of "typical" courses (with students who don't have disabilities):
  • Typical college courses for credit
  • Typical college courses for audit
  • Typical Continuing Education courses
Last updated: Friday, January 26, 2018 - 14:20