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College to Career (C2C), Shasta

College to Career (C2C), Shasta
Shasta College
College to Career (C2C), Shasta
11555 Old Oregon Trail
Redding, CA 96003
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The focus of the C2C program is to provide students with the education, training, and tools necessary to obtain jobs related to each student's unique set of abilities, skills, and interests. The College to Career program is an approximately three year program (tailored to each student) with end goals leading to competitive integrated employment (CIE) for each student. Shasta College's C2C program aims to prepare students for competitive employment that is:
Paid at a rate of minimum wage or higher
Paid at a rate comparable to non-disabled workers performing the same tasks
Not short-term or of limited work hours that are less than what the C2C graduate would like to be working
Not a sheltered workshop, any employees with disabilities are integrated with non-disabled staff in the workplace
Fitting to their stated interests
Students will enroll in courses related to their education and employment plans tailored to career readiness. The students will participate in job shadowing, volunteer, or internships during their time in the program, to support their successful transition into competitive employment at the end of the program. Most students typically start with classes designed to help them make the academic transition from high school to college level work. Students work regularly with program staff to develop and reach their goals, including academic and employment plans.
The Shasta College C2C Program started accepting students in the 2015-2016 academic year. Twenty new students are accepted each year.

Program information submitted: February 24, 2021

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
Affiliates
School district or agency partner: Department of Rehabilitation
Contact person: Bonita Glavaris
Email: bonita.glavaris@dor.ca.gov
Requirements
Program serves students who have left high school? Yes, all of our students have left high school
Regular H.S. diploma required? No, an IEP/non-standard diploma/certificate of attendance is accepted
Deadline to apply to this program: We accept applications all year and work with the candidate on what their best start date would be
Accepts out-of-state students?: Yes
Please indicate which disabilities students in this program have:
  • Intellectual disability
  • Autism
  • A variety of co-morbid disabilities related to Mental Health, Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy, etc.
Program length: Varies from student to student
Cost
Cost of the program:
Students pay for the program in the following ways:
  • Tuition Waivers
  • Vocational Rehabilitation Funds
  • Scholarships
  • Federal Financial Aid
Academic
Students take these types of "typical" courses (with students who don't have disabilities): Typical college courses for credit
More about course access: Students have access to take any course offered by the college. We typically recommend they start with a set of courses designed to help them successfully transition to college before they engage in broader courses of the campus. An academic plan is discussed and adjusted each semester between the student and program staff.
Are students in this program able to access support services through your IHE disability services office? Yes
Percentage of academic time spent only with other students in this program: None of the time
Employment
Percent of students in this program have paid work while attending the program: 25%
Other career development activities are:
  • Internships
  • Work Study
Percent of students in this program that had paid work after exiting the program: 45%
We offer the following specialized credentials: We have multiple programs to provide paid work experience for students in the program
Does this program have a working partnership with VR to provide funding, supports and/or services to students in the program? Yes
Housing
Housing is provided to students: Yes
Housing options available:
  • Inclusive on campus
Extracurricular
Students participate in student organizations on campus: Yes
Proportion of social time spent only with other students in this program: None of the time
Students have participated in these social/extracurricular activities and organizations: Students have joined a wide variety of clubs and organizations on campus, including the Phi Theta Kappa academic honor society. They have also held leadership programs in some of the student organizations they have participated in.