The Role of Higher Education in Career Development

You may have heard statistics about how college graduates go on to earn more lifetime income when compared with non-graduates, but what about the stories of the grad school grad who goes on to become a barista? Or the grim statistics about individuals with learning disabilities struggling to be gainfully employed?

 

In this Learning Series session (recorded in November 2022), you’ll walk away with a better understanding of how pursuing higher education, along with support services, benefits graduates with learning disabilities and helps them access gainful employment.

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TIFFANY CALDERERA

HOST

Director of Student Evaluations & Outreach

DR. JAMES WILLIAMS

SPEAKER

Interim Director of Career Advisement, Development, and Partnership

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