A new learning environment to meet career goals

After high school, students may benefit from additional education and training based on their career interests. Postsecondary options include public or private universities, colleges, community colleges, career/technical schools, vocational/trade schools, centers for continuing education, campus transition programs, and apprenticeship programs.

To be successful, students should know the options available and match their strengths, preferences, interests, and support needs in various environments. They need to be aware of the differences between high school, postsecondary education and training options, and be able to use skills related to self-advocacy and self-determination to access services.

The essential information, all in one place

Through videos, courses, webcasts, publications, and projects, CTI's experts provide the most up-to-date resources and information you need to learn about postsecondary education and training options.



  • 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
  • Get Ready for College

  • Duration: Flexible
  • CRC Credits: 10 Credits
  • Recertification Points: 10 Points
  • Pace: Self-paced


Christine Groah

Mental Health, College Transfer Students, and Project College Success

Hosted by:
Christine Groah, Jan Shea
Date presented:
Jan Shea

The Case for Inclusion: Women with Disabilities in Social Mobility Practices in Higher Education

Hosted by:
Jan Shea, Katherine Martinez
Date presented:
Stephanie Lau

Transition Tips: Enhancing Postsecondary Education and Training Skills: Re-Broadcast

Hosted by:
Stephanie Lau, Chris Parthemos
Date presented:
Jan Shea

The Project Achieve - Part 2

Hosted by:
Jan Shea, Katherine
Date presented:
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