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College to Career (Sacramento)

College to Career (Sacramento)
Sacramento City College
College to Career (Sacramento)
3835 Freeport Boulevard
Sacramento, CA 95822
Program Contact Tasneem Sah M.S.
Email saht@scc.losrios.edu
Phone 916.558.2107
Website https://scc.losrios.edu/student-resources/dsps/college2career

C2C is a program at the Sacramento City Community College, Disability Services & Programs for Students (DSPS) to support the learning needs and employment goals of individuals with intellectual disabilities. Sacramento City College is one of eight California Community Colleges selected for the College to Career grant, funded by the Department of Rehabilitation. The purpose of the program is to improve employment outcomes for individuals with an intellectual disability and to expand the range of jobs available to persons with ID, with emphasis on areas of job growth. C2C works in partnership with the Department of Rehabilitation, and collaborates with the Sacramento Alta Regional Center, faculty, and community employers to provide pre-vocational and vocational services. The SCC C2C program is a fully integrated program on-campus instruction, on and off-campus internships related to students’ employment goals, and placement with follow-up as needed. Students also participate in campus activities to improve social and communication skills needed for success in getting and retaining a job. C2C admits 20 students per year. Criteria for admission include: Current consumer of the Department of Rehabilitation with an intellectual disability; graduated with a high school diploma. Age: 18 years of age and students ages 20-22 should have already exited from high school transition programs; Commitment to work and demands of college level coursework; Demonstrated compliance with the College Code of Conduct; Ability to work, with decreasing support, in an independent placement following the C2C program. An application and interview with C2C program staff must be completed for acceptance.

Program information submitted: April 20, 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
Number of students: 32
Affiliates
School district or agency partner: Department of Rehabilitation
Contact person: Katelynn Williams
Email: katelynn.williams@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: Varies
Criteria for admission
  • Age range: 18 and up
Please indicate which disabilities students in this program have:
  • Intellectual disability
  • Autism
Program length: Varies from student to student
Cost
Is this program able to provide federal financial aid as a Comprehensive Transition Program (CTP)? We are not a CTP, and have no plans to become one.
Students pay for the program in the following ways:
  • Private pay (student and family)
  • 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
More about course access: Students adhere to the student education plan relating to employment goals and approved by DOR and C2C. Students also take College to Career specific workshops series for Job Development and Customer Service.
Students take courses that are only for students in this program: Yes
Are students in this program able to access support services through your IHE disability services office? Yes
Information on special classes: Job Club C2C Customer Service Certificate
Percentage of academic time spent only with other students in this program: None of the time
Employment
Other career development activities are:
  • Internships
  • Volunteer work
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: No
Extracurricular
Students participate in student organizations on campus: Yes
Proportion of social time spent only with other students in this program: 25%
Students have participated in these social/extracurricular activities and organizations: Student clubs and organizations.