When thinking about jobs, students with disabilities may worry they won’t find a good fit. The strong message in high school (or even earlier!) is students must get bachelor’s degrees. But college isn’t for everyone — regardless of ability.
And that’s OK!
There’s no one-size-fits-all way to get to a great future. For example, trade or vocational schools offer focused, career-driven education full of opportunities.
Benefits of Trade School for Students With Disabilities
Trade schools can provide the perfect learning environment for students with disabilities. Programs tend to focus on a subject the student is passionate about rather than a wide variety of topics. They also often have hands-on learning with small class sizes and short timelines.
Read on to learn more about applying to and attending trade school as a disabled student.