- Program Description
- Career Options
- Scholarship Information
- Useful Links
- Advocacy Organizations: Advocating for children/people with disabilities
- Public Schools*: Providing a transition service plan for students with disabilities who are in transition from school to adulthood.
- Transition Service Organizations: Serving as a transition specialist who conducts transition assessments, Building inter-agency collaboration
- Rehabilitation Counselors**: Developing jobs and providing job coaching
- School Counselors***: Providing various counseling including career counseling
- Regional Center Counselor: Providing services for people with developmental disabilities
- Post-secondary institutes: You can work as a counselor for students with disabilities who attend colleges and universities
* To be a school teacher, you need to complete the teaching credential.
** To become a certified Rehabilitation Counselor, you need to complete the rehabilitation master’s program.
*** To become a certified School Counselor, you need to complete the school counseling program.
For more information on career options: http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/21-1015.00