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CS Foundation Mission: To create a career path for young and middle aged adults with a disability to learn office assistant tasks that will increase employment sustainability and inclusion in the workplace.

Joining the Life Path Program

Updated: Oct 14, 2020

I joined the Life Path Program (LPP) when I was 23 years old. After joining LPP I was invited to attend the student orientation to learn about how to get assignments completed on time, how to pass the classes, how to register, and what to expect from a college environment. 

In my 1st year at Lifepath, I completed Computer Applications, Professional Communications, and Student Success Strategies. When I struggled with an assignment, I would email the teacher to get suggestions on how to complete the assignments. When completing the assignment, I had to know the assignment requirements and the due date.

During my 2nd year of Life Path, I completed Integrated Self Advocacy, Networking and Customer Service, and Human Relations 2. In Human Relations 2, I completed the Human Relations Magazine project about dating, and consent. In the Spring semester, I did a campus Internship on Vet Tech. 

In my 3rd and 4th year of Life Path, I took credit classes. I struggled with taking tests during credit classes and had to use the book to find the answers. The tests were challenging but I earned an 80 and 100. In my 4th year, I completed a community internship at the Inspiration Ranch.

Finally, I got to graduate from college, and I am so proud of myself.

I recommend applying to the Life Path Program because it’s good for students with disabilities to learn more about the college environment, careers, degrees, and learning how to become independent.

Written by:

Andrew Hoang

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