There are no obvious programs for students with ASD’s at DCTC, but two things at the school are of note:
An English professor at the school is nationally-recognized on the topic of teaching students with ASD’s.
Autism Speaks recently awarded $25,000 to MNTRiO for a program at the school:
DCTC’s mission is Education for Employment. The project will launch with a two-day symposium for DCTC faculty and staff, families of students on the autism spectrum and supervisory staff from partnering state corporations to help students successfully transition to the college environment and beyond to meaningful employment. Partnering with these corporations to provide a 6-month internship opportunity for students before they complete their academic program at DCTC will enhance students’ chances for long-term employment.
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