College to Career at the North Orange County Community College District

College to Career (C2C) at the North Orange County Community College District, School of Continuing Education is a three-year program designed for students with intellectual disabilities (ID) to obtain academic and vocational training at the Anaheim, Cypress, and Wilshire campuses. The goal of C2C is to increase students’ self-reliance and employability. The program provides on-campus instruction, a range of adaptive equipment, tutoring, educational coaching, and opportunities for students to work independently on instructional modules. Program focus areas are: college course access, employment, and self-determination. Students take the following types of courses:

  • Typical Continuing Education courses
  • Typical college credit courses
  • Vocational preparation
  • Travel training

Housing: No housing is offered through this program.

Duration: The program is a three year course of study.

Admission

Application:

Criteria for Admission include:

  1. The applicant is required to be a current consumer of the Regional Center with an intellectual disability
  2. Be able to safely navigate the campus independently
  3. Must meet eligibility guidelines for state agencies (i.e., VR, Adult DD agencies)
  4. Have basic safety skills in an unsupervised setting.
Program Content

Credit, Degree or Award: Certificate, Non-credit courses

Course Types: Vocational training

Volunteer opportunities, Internships & Employment: Off Campus employment, Volunteer opportunities

Costs

Please inquire with program staff for detailed information regarding associated costs and fees (i.e. Tuition, Application, Books, and Miscellaneous).

Tuition Fees: Yes

Comments:

Costs vary; Department of Rehabilitation covers this cost for students in C2C.

Please inquire with program staff for detailed information regarding associated costs and fees (i.e. Tuition, Application, Books, and Miscellaneous).

Funding:

Funding: Department of Rehabilitation

Most classes are free; 2 classes receive funding through Regional Center.

Program Transition

Transition services for Students exiting the program:

Assistance is provided in career counseling, job search, and placement.

Course Type
Vocational training
Credit, Degree or Award
Certificate Non-credit courses

Contact person: 
April Guajardo

Contact email: 

Phone: 
(714) 484-7065

North Orange County Community College District
9200 Valley View
Cypress , CA 90630
US