Division of Continuing and Global Education
Wayfinders Work Readiness and Life Skills Certificate
Certificate of Completion
Wayfinders is a 2-year inclusive postsecondary program for young adults, ages 18 to 28 with intellectual/developmental disabilities. Wayfinders mission is to provide person-centered support and services that advance self-determination, quality of life, and life-long learning for students with intellectual disabilities. Wayfinders students achieve their potential through inclusive educational, residential, and vocational experiences. Wayfinders vision is that students who complete Wayfinders will have productive and fulfilling lives in the settings of their choosing.
Program Requirements: Completion of academic courses as identified by Wayfinders staff. Completion of supplemental instruction in the content areas of Personal Finance, Self-Care and Nutrition, and Social Interaction. Satisfactory attendance and participation, demonstrable progress and benchmarks for skill development.
Further information about Wayfinders program and its cost can be found on the Wayfinders website. A fee of $25 is required for this certificate. Program cost can be found on the Wayfinders website.