Career Skills Institute: Students with Intellectual Disabilities
Harper College Continuing Education offers the two-year Career Skills Institute (CSI) Program for young adults with mild intellectual disabilities to help them gain basic academic and employability skills. To supplement CSI, the Harper CE Personal Enrichment program offers classes in cooking and other skills that are both fun and practical and tailored for the CSI student.
For more information contact:
Eric Wiebe, Program Coordinator, Careers Skills Institute Program
847.925.6000 ext 6161
About the Career Skills Institute
Career Skills Institute Program Application
Career Skills Institute Self Evaluation
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