Professional Development

Think College 2016 Webinar Series March - June 2016

 

   Think College is hosting a spring 2016 series of webinars on a variety of topics related to postsecondary education for students with intellectual disability.


Click here to register for any of the following webinars:

Roles and Responsibilities in Dual Enrollment Program Development- March 30 2016

MA APSE Employment Matters! conference

Join us on Wednesday May 11th to learn the latest on efforts to advance employment and economic opportunities for Massachusetts citizens with disabilities.

Federation for Children with Special Needs: Planning a Life Conferences

Click here to learn more and to register for the last Planning a Life Conference for the 2015-2016 school to be held April 8-9 2016 at Holyoke Community College

Education and Transition Team available for customized professional development on transition

The Education and Transition Team at the Institute for Community Inclusion (ICI) can help you prepare youth with disabilities for adult life. The ICI is a national leader in transition-related research and practice. Our team includes educators, transition specialists, curriculum experts, researchers, universal design specialists, and vocational counselors.

Certified Employment Support Professional

APSE (Advancing Employment Connecting People) is the only national organization with an exclusive focuson integrated employment and career advancement opportunities for individuals with disabilities. The organization offers a new certificate to become a Certified Employment Services Professional (CESP). The CESP examination is open to anyone, member or non-member, who meets the eligibility requirements and wants to gain the benefits of certification on a voluntary basis.