Sean Murphy, who is working toward his Digital Music and Beat Production Certificate, is part of the inaugural class of CareerNext at SUNY Schenectady, So far, CareerNext has helped him grow as a student and become more independent. Read more about his experience.
Living Resources today announced the details of its CareerNext program, a residential program in partnership with SUNY Schenectady, that helps individuals with autism and learning differences develop the confidence and skills they need to find success in college. The program is now accepting applications for the inaugural Spring 2019 semester.
Earlier this week Living Resources and SUNY Schenectady County Community College signed an agreement that will bring their “CareerNext” Program to SUNY Schenectady.