|Welcome Students & Visitors!|
Recruiting for Fall 2013
Priority Deadline: April 1, 2013
Final Deadline: June 1, 2013
Drop by Gray Wolf Hall, Room 253, at Everett Community College any time between 10:30 am and 5:30 pm to learn more about the program and get your questions answered.
|Rehabilitation Counseling Mission and Objectives|
The Graduate Program in Rehabilitation Counseling offers a Master of Arts degree accredited by the Council on Rehabilitation Education (CORE).
Mission: to prepare dedicated and qualified rehabilitation counselors who will partner with individuals with disabilities to enhance their lives, including self-determination, independence, meaningful employment, and full community participation.
To offer a quality curriculum that prepares master's level rehabilitation counselors with the knowledge and skills necessary to ethically and competently serve individuals with disabilities.
To recruit and retain qualified students for a viable program that includes persons from racial and cultural minorities and individuals with disabilities.
To promote a learning community of students from diverse backgrounds that enriches student experience and education and promotes full participation of individuals with disabilities as well as persons from culturally diverse backgrounds.
To create opportunities for student interaction with individuals with disabilities as well as individuals from culturally diverse backgrounds.
To efficiently and effectively enhance the program by obtaining regular and timely feedback from students, the advisory committee, field experience site supervisors, consumers, graduates, and employers.
WWU Rehabilitation Counseling Program - Everett
University Center of North Puget Sound
Gray Wolf Hall 253
2000 Tower Street
Everett, WA 98201
Dr. Elizabeth Boland, Ph.D., CRC
Fax: (425) 259-8899