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VCU RRTC-Transition

Aug 2022

VCU-RRTC on Employment of Transition-Age Youth with Disabilities

Learn about Project Next at
Kent State University

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Project NEXT is one of the six studies being implemented through the RRTC on Employment of Transition-Age Youth with Disabilities. It is a national efficacy research project designed to provide cognitive support technology and postsecondary support to college students with traumatic brain injury (TBI).

Project NEXT is open to any post-secondary students (at any 2- or 4-year colleges/universities) in the United States who have a documented TBI. Participants receive one year of academic and career support services.

Project NEXT focuses on utilizing Cognitive Support Technology (CST) and vocational rehabilitation services to provide students support in the classroom and with transitioning from college to a career. Check out Project NEXT'S app database to learn about the apps that the project uses when working with students.

A Great Opportunity at VCU!

The Center on Transition Innovations is hiring a Career Support Specialist. This position will facilitate career-related activities for VCU’s inclusive postsecondary education program, ACE-IT in College, including job development and support.

The Career Support Specialist will also provide technical assistance and training to secondary and higher education professionals on how to prepare and support youth with disabilities in employment.

Learn more and apply for VCU's Career Support Specialist position

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VCU-RRTC-Transition is funded by NIDILRR grant #90RTEM0002.
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