I Want to Continue My Education
These four courses will prepare you for continuing your education after high school.
These three lessons will provide you with information and strategies for how to explore your options when planning to continue your education after high school. They will help you to identify your career pathways and goals, explore the types of higher education, and prepare for your postsecondary education experience. Gathering information about yourself, while exploring colleges, certifications, and training options will help you make an informed decision as you prepare and plan for your future career.
Explore different options you have for college or training programs after high school.
Learn how to plan for college or training options.
Understand how your career goals can affect your college or training options.
The three lessons below are here to teach you about specific ways your needs, rights, and responsibilities change as you leave high school and continue your education at a university, community college, technical school, or specific job-related training program. Exploring your rights and responsibilities will help you prepare to be a strong self-advocate.
Learn more about how your rights and responsibilities change when you go to college.
Understand the process for sharing information about your disability and needs.
Explore ways to effectively communicate with staff and classmates in college or training programs.
The lessons below will teach you about how to find resources and agencies that can provide supports to help you become an active member in your community. Gathering and exploring your resources will ensure that you have the information and supports in place so you can find the college or training program that is the best fit for you.
Explore resources and agencies that can support you in being successful in a college or training program and your community.
Learn how Vocational Rehabilitation can help you with your goals for continuing your education.
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