85% of our graduates are employed.
30% enjoy upward career mobility.
Skills for Work. Skills for Life.
Earn your associate degree in Occupational and Life Skills in a demanding, yet supporting program for
neurodiverse adults with learning disabilities. Our goal is for you to gain competitive work skills and lead a fulfilled life after graduation.
Over the course of four years, you will:
- Get ready for the workforce
- Create your own career path
- Improve your communication and social skills
- Complete a 200-hour internship
The OLS Journey
Explore your strengths, needs, and supports
Determine what you need to be
successful and ask for it
Choose your unique career and life path, understand your choices, and make decisions
Program Fast Facts
- 15 students per class average for more personalized instruction
- 8 credits per quarter (90 credits total)
- 10-14 class hours per week
- Morning and afternoon courses available
- Community activities integrated in most courses
- No classes in the summer quarter
Last Updated October 27, 2020