Our College Navigator program helps students build skills beyond the college classroom and into their communities to prepare them to reach their educational and employment goals.

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College Navigation can help by: 

  • Providing information to students and their families about what to expect as college students, including their rights and the kinds of resources and supports that might be available to them

  • Connecting students to on- and off-campus resources and helping them develop their communication and self-advocacy skills

  • Helping students to develop time-management and planning skills that they will need to be successful in college and in employment

  • Assisting students with accessing online databases (Blackboard, Moodle, etc.)

  • Supporting students with getting appropriate accommodations  

  • Teaching students new ways to be social: connecting with friends, writing emails/discussion boards, interacting with peers/professors 

  • Facilitating the student's need to be more self-directed

    All services are customized based on the student's individual needs and tailored to their strengths to help them build lifelong skills. We can meet in person depending on geographic location, offer virtual services to students anywhere, or design a hybrid support plan incorporating both types of meetings.  

For more information or to enroll in this program, contact Alexandra, Program Manager, aullrich@eastersealsma.org, 617-226-2854.