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Meeting the Needs of Postsecondary Students with Disabilities from Diverse Cultures

This webinar was held 9/30/2015

What are the needs of Minnesotaís postsecondary students with disabilities from diverse cultures? Guest speakers from the Minnesota State Colleges and University (MNSCU) system explore this question by looking first at common challenges faced by postsecondary students from diverse cultures as well as strategies to help address the unique intersection of needs experienced by postsecondary students with disabilities from diverse cultures.

Presenters

  • Eva Scates-Winston, M.S, Equity Specialist, Career Technical Education Unit, MnSCU System Office
  • Josey Landrieu, Ph.D., Director of Diversity Programs and Evaluation, Office of Diversity and Equity, MnSCU System Office

Running Time

48 minutes

 

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This webinar is an activity of Partners for Youth, MNís Disability Employment Initiative (DEI). Partners for Youth was administered by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development, Office for Youth Development from October 2012 through September 2015 with funding from the U.S. Department of Labor.

 

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Translated content: Hmoob/Hmong | Español/Spanish | Soomaaliga/Somali

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