PICCS – Evaluating the Career Engagement Rates of College Interns With Disabilities
This session will describe an internship program for college students with physical disabilities, with a focus on its internal evaluation of their career engagement rates. Implications for using these highly positive outcome data from six cohorts will be discussed relative to program development, employer recruitment, and informing new research studies. Learning Objectives: Understand key factors that contribute to a lack of diversity and equity in the workplace for college graduates with (physical) disabilities. Describe collaborations to engage in with Disability Services staff and employers to provide more accessible and effective career development for students with disabilities. Identify how to adapt an evaluation process for measuring career engagement progress for students following internships.
Measuring Impact and Outcomes Through Data Analytics and Assessment
Larry Markle, The Gregory S. Fehribach Center at Eskenazi Health
Roger Wessel, The Gregory S. Fehribach Center at Eskenazi Health