Special Populations Support Strategies Webinar Series

The Illinois Center for Specialized Professional Support (ICSPS) presented  evidence-based strategies to effectively recruit and retain Students from Special Populations, as defined by the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act.  There were 4 webinars in this series.  During each strategies were discussed and resources were provided.  If you have any questions related to these webinars or related to serving special populations students in your area please feel free to contact us directly.

Nontraditional Occupations – This webinar was delivered on November 8, 10:00 AM CDT

The webinar and its resources can be found at the links below:
Super Strategies for Recruiting and Retaining Students Pursuing Nontraditonal Occupations (NTO) Webinar
Webinar Slideshow

Students with Limited English Proficiency – This webinar was delivered on  November 15, 10:00 AM CDT
The webinar and its resources can be found at the links below:
Super Strategies for Recruiting and Retaining Students with Limited English Proficiency Webinar
Webinar Slideshow

Single Parents & Displaced Home Makers – This webinar was delivered on November 17, 10:00 AM CDT
Super Strategies for Recruiting and Retaining Single Parents and Displaced Homemakers Webinar
Presentation Slideshow

Resources were also provided by the presenter.  They can be found below:
Example Memo to Students
Example Special Populations Survey Form

Example Eligibility Notification

Students with Disabilities – This webinar was delivered on November 28, 10:00 AM CDT
Super Strategies for Recruiting and Retaining Students with Disabilities
Presentation Slideshow

Resources were also provided by the presenter.  They can be found below:
CSC Letter of Accommodation Sample
Letter of Accommodation Template for editing (Word Doc.)
CSC Notification of Disability Support Document Example

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