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California Careers Innovations (CCi)

The Solano County Office of Education (SCOE) in partnership with the Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) and San Diego State University (SDSU) have implemented the California Career Innovations Work-Based Learning Initiative (CCi).The SCOE CCi is 1 or 6 funded by the US Department of Education throughout the nation.The goal of the CCi program is increased economic self-sufficiency, through planned education, work-based learning experiences and Competitive Integrated Employment (CIE) for students with a wide range of disabilities.

We are currently looking for students to participate, who are interested in learning the skills needed to:

  • increase academic achievement
  • complete career focused unpaid & paid internships
  • plan for, enroll in and succeed in post-secondary education/training
  • participate in career pathway employment

It is anticipated that you who enroll in the CCi program will develop increased independent skills through practice and development of positive work-related habits and attitudes. A CCi Career Coach will help to provide and access services through development of Person Centered/Drive Plan and an Individual Career Action Plan.More than 800 young people statewide will participate in the CCi Program.

To enroll in this program, the student must be between 16-21 years old and have an IEP or 504 Plan.

Senior Director, Resource Development, Transition Services & Post Secondary Opportunities
Susan Labrecque

Program Manager, Workforce Development
LaKesha Lovett

Secretary /Program Analyst

Vocational Specialist/Career Coach - Armijo High School, Fairfield-Suisun Adult School
Chelsey Huff

Vocational Specialist/Career Coach - Dixon High School
Teliyah Bush

Vocational Specialist/Job Developer
Kim Mora

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