Career development and pathways to employment

To prepare students with disabilities for today's workforce, we must focus on the types of coursework, learning activities, and experiences they need to develop basic employment skills. Career development should allow students to explore their career interests and gain the knowledge and skills they need for getting, keeping, and being successful in a job.

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Through videos, courses, webcasts, publications, and projects, CTI's experts provide the most up-to-date resources and information you need to learn more about effective career development and planning practices.



  • Transition: Changing the Outcomes

  • Course Dates: June 17 - July 28, 2024
  • Registration Opens: May 6, 2024
  • Duration: 5 weeks
  • CRC Credits: 45 Credits
  • Recertification Points: 45 Points
  • Pace: Facilitated
  • Supported Employment

  • Course Dates: February 12 - March 17, 2024
  • Registration Opens: January 2, 2024
  • Duration: 6 weeks
  • CRC Credits: 35 Credits
  • Recertification Points: 35 Points
  • Pace: Facilitated
  • Work-Based Learning

  • Duration: Flexible
  • CRC Credits: 5 Credits
  • Recertification Points: 5 Points
  • Pace: Self-paced


Tonya Gokita

Charting the Course for Middle School Career Development

Hosted by:
Tonya Gokita, Jenna Arndt, Suzanne Burch
Date presented:
Aliza Lambert

Job-Site Support: School Staff Role

Hosted by:
Aliza Lambert
Date presented:
Aliza Lambert

Developing Work-Based Learning Opportunities

Hosted by:
Aliza Lambert
Date presented:
Judy Averill

Essential Components of a High-Quality Internship Model for Students with Disabilities

Hosted by:
Judy Averill, Kelly Ligon
Date presented:
Jessica Stehle

Employment First for Transitioning Youth: Re-Broadcast

Hosted by:
Jessica Stehle
Date presented:
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