• Check out these college programs for students with disabilites 

     

    Community and Career Readiness Studies- BSU

    The Community and Career Readiness Studies (CCRS) Certificate is earned by students participating in the Providing Exceptional Education and Raising Standards (PEERS) Program. The PEERS Program is an inclusive, two year postsecondary education program for students with intellectual disabilities at Boise State University. Students in the PEERS Program are enrolled in Boise State University coursework, taking PEERS specific courses pass/fail, as well as Boise State University courses for credit or as audit (depending on individual student goals).

    Department Name: Department of Early and Special Education

    Official Certificate Name: Community and Career Readiness Studies Certificate

    Certificate Type: Undergraduate Certificate

     

    https://www.boisestate.edu/education-esp/ugc-ccrs/

     

    Postsecondary Rewarding Education is Possible (PREP) Academy

    For this program students need to be Vocational Rehabilitation clients to apply and participate.

    This is a link to an article about the program. Please contact BSU for more information on it.

     

    https://www.boisestate.edu/news/2019/06/26/prep-academy-helps-students-with-disabilities-prepare-for-college-success/

     

    Academy NExT Summer Program at ISU

    This is a summer program. I will uplaod a brochure as soon as they are ready for summer 2020. Jenn Gallup is the contact for NExT Academy. Please feel free to contact her for more information.

     
     
    Jenn Gallup Ph.D.
    Assistant Professor of Special Education
    Department of Teaching and Educational Studies (TES)
    College of Education 
    Office 107D
    Idaho State University
    921 South 8th Avenue, Stop 8059
    Pocatello, ID 83209-8059
    208-282-5382
    or --208-406-2492
    galljenn@isu.edu

     

     

     

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