These programs provide continuing education and lifelong learning for an extensive group of professionals.
The purpose of the SDICCCA is to identify, recruit, train, and support prospective community college classroom and counseling faculty in their pursuit of part-time and full-time faculty positions within community colleges in the region.
TACE IX provides technical assistance and continuing education activities to personnel of the seven vocational rehabilitation agencies of Region IX.
The goal of this project is to enhance the knowledge and skills of administrators, faculty, and staff through a universal model that links disability and diversity in postsecondary education.
The Capacity Building Project's main focus is to promote and enhance the participation of minority entities and Indian tribes in Rehabilitation Services Administration and National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research funded activities.
Since 2008, the Interwork Institute has hosted the Brown Bag Research Seminar Series. The purpose of the Brown Bag Research Seminars is to offer Interwork Institute faculty, staff, and students an opportunity to present their research at either a formative or completed stage. Brown Bags are held once a month on Fridays at noon. No RSVP is required. Interwork Institute faculty, staff, students, and guests are invited to attend. With the assistance of the Interwork Institute Center for Distance Learning, the Brown Bag lectures are now broadcast live via the Internet and archived in the training section. Please contact Dr. Chuck Degeneffe with any questions regarding the Brown Bag Research Seminar Series at email@example.com.
This section includes webinar presentations addressing different areas of professional development for both current students as well as alumni of the SDSU Rehabilitation Counseling Program. Webinar presentations are given by Interwork Institute guest lecturers and free to access.